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Full text of "Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Synod of North Carolina minutes, 1961-1965 Presbytery of Albemarle 1951-1964, Concord, 1951-1952"

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MONTREAT 
N. C. 



1965 



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IM MINUTES OF THE 

a. FINANCIAL 8TATKMK\T — (Ht'RCH B.XTENtUON 

Smnumry 1 — December 31, 1951 

a. OeB«ral Krrelpts mmI lNsbar»eDienta 

RecdpUi: 

Prom Prrabyteries: IWW 

Albemarle $ 4,77i.6f | S.tll.r? 

Concord 7, ISO. 11 4,ftS.0« 

Payeiunil* ,-— , 6.128.41 4.ill.74 

OraarUto 3.843.6t 1.144.43 

KlagB MovbUIb ;. S.lOt.Ot 4.«I0.77 

IfeelilMkvrff li.73f.0O 10.eS».71 

Oranc* _*— ._ lO.tSC.Ol •,•#!. 47 

WIlmlBVtOB ___, .: ft.l8f.S7 S.7Sl.t9 

WlBBton-telea S.StO.SS 1,018.84 

Total from Presbyterie* . . ftS.BOf.li $41,411.22 

Lwa 5% BqualisaUon • 

P«Bd DiatribBtloB __- V S.176.4t 1.110.6S 

ToUl from PrMbyterlas .ftO.lSS.Cf $40. 1*0.17 

From Otber Soarces: 

Rent Income Wharton Katate (Net 
— After I^Kal Exp<»niiea, Taxea and 

Upkeep* 9S5 76 

Interest Recelred — 

Wharton Eatata . lf«.71 

Oranta-tn-aM __ . . ._ . 725 40 110.11 

Refand from Rqaalltatfon Pand 3.17&.4C 1.C19.87 

Total Receipts 116.477 SI 144.1ftO 6S 

IHsbunM*m«MtM: 

Home MlastOBB 

Suatentation Salaries of W^orkera* 

Albemarle — 4 Qaarters | 7.412.71 $ 7.810.61 

Oranvllle — 4 Quarters 4.300.00 t.lll.n 

Wllmincton — 4 Quartsrt _ 6.72S.20 l.ltl.O? 

WtnatonHalem — 4 Qaarters 1.404 26 11.068.42 

127.822.22 I13.1I6.1S 

Mlassllaneoaa Palarlea and Annalties 

R#v. A r Miller I 600.00 $ 600.0(1 

Dr B. K Oniespie (DereaRed) 760.00 

t 600.00 I 1.160 (fR 

Oranta-in aid fll.lOO.OO I §10 00 

Total Home MiMlom f47.111.1f 816.616 11 



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1.100.00 


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ETaagelism Conferenn* Expense 




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$46,307 47 



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Home Misalona 847.112.22 



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Public Relations 
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BALANCB OM DBTOatT JANUARY I. iMt 

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RALANCK ON OBFOWT WACHOVIA BANK AND 
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Oacember 31. 19&9 

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rHURCH LOANS- 
PRINCIPAL AND ACCRUED INTERBBT: 
CaitwnMiias Pr«)ib]rt«fi«n Ckurek — 

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Harctd J D»dWr-Orl«l«al Loan »4.MtJB™....J 

Tt)TAL CHURCH LOANS 

SKCURITIES— AT PAR 

WrH>its MlOi CawMM Stock: 
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Cart. Na. in - M Skaraa— ft Par Valoa 
C*n. Na. M— Its Bkaraa— tt Par VaJaa 
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C«t, N«, I7»-It\ Skaraa— N* Far Valoa 

TOTAL 8BCURITIKS 
CASH IN BAVW08 ACCOUNT 

"2*. f*?^ Sarli^a and Laan Aaaoeiattoa. 

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IVrini»i>.fii fiffMYve Fund — Ii«<c4>lptii and IHKbur«rBM-nta 

** January 1, 19S9 to r)«>r«mb#r 31. 1969 

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TOTAL 

OtSBURSCMENTB: 
Laaa t« Dr. HaraM i DoAay 

BALANCB ON DBPOSIT FIRST PEDERAI, 8AVIN<;« AND 
J^AN A8SOCIATTON. RALEIGH. N C. DBCEMHRR %\. l»»« 

d. Hynod'a lki»>i|rn«t«'fl l-iinda 
Jsaaary 1, 19S9 to Oeeemb«T .11. 19$t 
BALANCB OM DBFMIT JANUARY 1. 1«M 

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SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA Ul 

REPORT OF EXKli^TIVK ( n^nirrTFF 0\ 
HIGHER KOrt ATION 



Rsr. C Ly 



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SlBce 1955 Synod"* r«»p<.nhibimv for HlRhcr Eduration ha?! h«,n 
the charge of bo exi-cutive committee with <»ub<-,,n»n-.if tw*» for KcLi 
rational In8tltutlnn«. r«mpus Chrlttlan Life, and Voctttiiumi Uui.l- 
Mve The task Irureasfs each year in dlmenston and chall. hk- 
Thf- careful reading of >he apr^nded •ubconimUt«« report* will 
arqn«lnt you with some of the many facets of this «r««. 

Bemuse of the rapid growth in th.- number of ttadMlU for which 
our Church 1« re«j>on»lhle under its Campai ChristUiD Uf« Pn^ram 
the SyncMl of 1959 has authoriieij that a aew ezecutire coomlttM 
be rr^ted The Executive Committw; of Campaa Chrlatlail Life 
The reaponsibiiitv of Educational laatltutlona and Vooitlonal Gold- 
anre will renittin ua«l«r lb« Execatir* Committee of Bdncatloaal 
InstltutionH We feel eoBfldent that because of the Inrreaaed reprv- 
tenution made po««fble tindrr these two commlttMs tlMt the total 
work will be "trengthened 

Our Synod • opportanlty m this area remain* un^ralleled In oar 
fmrrhs hiatory. With the Increaaed enrollment in the Bdaea- 
ttonal Institationa of hJi^Mr iMralac. our Church mast eziwnd aad 
eiteod lt» facilltiM and Ita ralelatry. The future of oar Churvh 
for many yeara to come la being determined an we face the ehalleace 
of Higher Education 

ile«'omm«*nd»ii<»t»(i : 

<1 I Thai .svi,,,d be reqvMted to exprtM appreciation to the Rev 
erend Harry E Smith, the Reveread Sheldon F. Koeay. and 
Un. Fay Phillip* for the fine ■enrfce they have readwed the 
Synod a« CCL Workers reapectlTely at Chapel Hill, laM Caro- 
llaa Collaca. and Greensboro. 

ft) T%Mi Syaod approve the calla to Misa Patricia R. Hall aa CCL 
worker at W.C.U.N C. OrwMboro; and to Mtas Brandoa Me 
IteBiel a« a3L worker at bat Carolina Collece. Greenville 

< I ) That Synod caUa to the attention of all Pre«byterl«« and 

ehar«li«a of the Syaod the IMI CampalgB for capital faada ler 
tha CoBM>114at«d PraabytmrlaB Collefe. aad irfea whole-heartad 
and cenerow aafVMt of Um Caatipaicn 

i i ) That by rMac Tata Sysod axpraaa to Dr MaraUaJl 8 Wood-on 
Ita abidinf gratitude for hia years of devoted and aarrlflrui 
aerrlce as Priwldent of Flora MacdoMid CoUMt aad aa AeUBc 
Praiident uf the Consolidated CoOaga. and aaa«ra hla af t^ 
|^«yers for hia new work for the Bdi^r Tafta FNniBdailnn 

**^ Tf**t Sfbo* r»otBl«* with fraat aatlafactloB tfea alaetlon of 
^ Ab^ C. Meora t« ba tha PraaMaat of tha OeBMilldatad 
Pr^bytwiaa Ooitota aad aaaare hia of oar ^ayara mmi eo- 
operatloB la all his endeavors in thjt feld ef Hlcbar BdoeailoB. 

< C ) That Syaod arta .paatora aad cotolttaaa of ChrtoUaa Mbc*. 

iteo la local charehaa t« baM hirfwa tfea yoath of oar chardMa 
^.i2S*^".1*"?? f?*" ▼oeatJoBal taidaBce which are avatlaMa 
ta tke« at the OaidaB<^ €3aater at Flora Mac^waM CoUac*. 
il) That the prayers of the Preahyterlana ef the Sjaed of North 

tka PrsabytaHaa 0«lteaea OaMar weanua ta tha Sya«d If 
North caroiinm '-^ ^^ m^mrmm m taa ayaad ar 



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it) That Bjrwid •x pr t ma ^rmiUudtf lo Prof«»wjr Iiodgfr Wayn^ 
D«ck»r, Director; to Proteumor Ernett H St Jacques. Aiwoclato 
Dir«etor; to Prof«»or Hmrold r 8!«»ph#ofton. AmIsudi Dlrec 
t<w: SMI to Mr*. Nant-r rmrDi#r and Mr* Jeannett* Oestry. 
S«er«tari«a of tll« Pre«byt«r!an Guidance C«nier 

(») That the Sjmod expre»i Rratltude to the Adtninlsirnfi.in of 
Flora M ao do a a ld Coll#g* for providing the physlral f«rilitle« 
aa4 a larpa part of th# flnmnnBi «upport of »h*- r.uidmru-.- 
CoBtar. 

(10) Tkat StkkI be requcnied to suspend Rult> 24 lA In order ihai 
the Claaa oC 1M« of tiM PWmanent AdvlsorT ComralttM. m«v 
ba ra-elactad to aarra a taim of t^rw ycarw 

(111 That SfBod (a) Aceopt the ■uan of ti54.6uij »» lu qaota 
towards the raoatraetlOB of th^tropoaod aaaetnary at Chaptf 
Hill: (b) Aathortsa and inf tract the B««l]r-«raatad Bnea- 
tlre Commlttoa of Carapas Chrlatlan Life to proceed !»«•• 
dlataly with HTorta to aacare ^nds for the aapport of the 
Chapal Hill Preabjrterlan Char^h: and (c) A* eooo aa aaf- 
netaat plodcaa or fanda are i^Mlahla to afford collateral to 
the aatlafaetiiw of the TrmMaia itf traod. said Traateea ar*- 
aapovorad aed aatlMrlMd (» forrow ap to tlM,M« aa 
■oa4od. 

(1») That Sjmod «'xprew by rUJog vote Ita appreciation to the 
Reverend Charlea Lynn Brown for his excellent leadership 
in the procram of hlshar education durinc the period he 
has served as chalrmaa of thla eommlttaa. 

(ia> That Dr Analey c Moora. Praatdant of tha Coaaolldatad Praa- 
hyt««rian College, b^ reqaaotad to addr^a Synod In conaacU— 
with the report of the Ihcecgtive Commlttaa on Hichar Bda 
ration. 

r I.T-*** Bar)W!t, Chairmrtn 



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The rainlMry <rf r« 
of the total mlBl^f 
lac tfco OoqMl of h*. ,> 
Braod. Thar^e^iir; . ,,.,^v„ 

•fUia aeaiaarie '..inuniint* firi,i 

ptaaaalM tha OCL mlDNtrr vtth at 

taaltF- Tha aMwrntiHd*. of th.v -fp'. 

demands 80h«r thoyeh! d, -Vwri,!, 
port of tha aatlr- hv^ .<i -,-«. 

with ... W,„i:,; .tnj r, 
frfai w,>' k and hiii 

erjr af tha hear la thnr h.' awnkntx^. 

llM yrafar aad tb^ rin.n « t, «-fpri'i 

tare af faith ao tha* 

•Btar tha Ifo of t 

■Utiad iiadlplM J 4_. 

la tha paM f^f doflnito prograa* 
lo ajprai tmateiy 4.000 atudeata Who ara 

tlOM Whert the CX:*!. minMry la 

la aMtaxlMMy fT« Of 



i^irrg 



Itself on the frontin 

taak 9t ^-acUim 

i waHla a of the 

flletti« Tlawpoints 

N t-nm of tha campas 

!i.'.:, ':nnmii*rm yaan 

'i • i"iii. f',il s«p- 

n..4 Baat 

•ni'iii.!--* w. have 



In iti*- nlBlatry 

at Utai ■▼• laatlta 

tliia PraihirtartaB 

^nralteaat af Pre» 



or NORTH CAROLINA 



133 



u>ien.n '^tudi.nt. la all adaeattoaal laatitatioBa of tha Sraod of 
r h ( arollna Thla percaataga. of eoaraa. doaa aot iaSSTcha 

rsmlllM of the Btudent^ To fh^»*. f.mHIP, th,- CCL MlB^rhaaa 

'" P"*«^'n« 'or th,- mimstry to 8tud«u« and their f.mlliM th.. 
^ynod hM comp^l^d ^ul dedlrat^l the Student Ont.r .1 Thai..! 

i r^? rf"'"" ^*'^* ^"'^ **" "^^-•ly Pr^^t-d it« worth to 
he «X ministry «, the Unlv.r«Uv of North €.rolln. In A^ril 

Indicted Th. CCL ministry will „„w h.v,. i i,n^ «f "p„.|T" 

w''ll2li.I ^r? '''*' ""'^ ■"'""« "'* "tudMUs at N C SctV 
MeretfUh. «nd rt-acf. ( olifrei. to ^row and flourish Thi. plan* hare 
beencoBiplHwl for . Sludt-nt Center at l>uke Cnlver-itv Thr«. ttit 
coaatmctlon win b^rm m th« Summer of I960 with a'.j.* o^ d"* 
pytBff thw farilHlra Jat,. in s«ififi or early tn 1961 

TKr*^ 'L''"'.,''"* ■'*''*^ "^ Rorvke for' the sub rommlti*.^ .->f (X:L 

IVr»«»n»ei: 

r'^alilSLSirJ-'TS^^'i.'*'* raaitaatloBs of three CCL work- 
N r iSSfSSli!^ *.*"£F^ Commlttaa Mra ray PhllUpa af W.C. 

rue Kavarwd Shaldoa r. Koaay. Baat Carolina CollMa. aatf Tha 

R"«Bad Barry B. Smith. Unlveraity of North CarolSa. hara ViT 

fsn«! to patrna Kra4aate stady to prapara for a wSlMtea omb^ 

ht S JSl« L^JL"* """^ »•"»>•" o' th« OCL family Wa pray 
^r d tSSSflB HtoKtaSSUL ** ''"'^ continue their preparation 

rJri^ltrjJi,',,^"'?- '^f 1^* '"*■•' ^»' «»mmltfea .t tha 

uiT^ IL L" "»" *»*'• ^'°*<' '« * •••" to Mlsa Patricia Ilooto 

l^^iSiifT ^u^ " f " ^' ^ ^ •= araaaahoro-aad to Mlaa 

McDaalat to the work at Baat C^roliaa Oailoca la tTriiiT^ 

"'■^kT^J^ T*'L **""*• **•*' '•^•■•iMUtlaa la tha aaa 

^.Iz! IT* "' '^*' sraod'B WaatMlaatar rallowahiB tea haao aMv 

fJ^nSt^Jf;. H^fa M^W^II who te a atodantTt nT iSL "' 

y/gf_*^ *~ ••'^^ •■ Moderator dariac the paat war^ Tte 

!! ^f_ " ■■ y <»^ wrvtea. Mr. AJbart H. Kallar, a miiat ai 
'^''^ff^^O^*^ wlU aanre as Mo4aralor of tha W« "•"" ■* 

owshlp af tha Syaod ta tha comlnir ywir 

^ in*acr: ^ 

, rt'!,'.*"""'**^ *• »«'*t«f«l to tha Syaod for tha 
t 1 '><7 t4 which eaaeallai tha JatatiUiTiai if 
mrnittee Is aiao paiafal toT Um taeraaaoi aaaaart vhtoh mmm ■..«. 
on to the baportaat work ta tte aaat tva mj« tC aSl-T; 

t . ^* *^ Wwafw. with raised aMotteaa ttet thliiraaaf^^aLi.' 
' '^.^^ SSZ'Z^IT^ the work wa. crrloi T^mhiTSi 

^'ry badcat to tha ahaolate mlBlmam. hy ^SSvSTan tha 
r^iiervea whieh are allowwd for #m#.rK»T>r|« at tha^^M.^4 k. 

rr?m^iSLrtTTf ^"'"'"""- ':!» 'ha, !, coald J«,flfy ,„.h , p" 

•m of aaalarlty for on. raar. hat 4mm «o« faal thai a &mu„nJum 




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MINUTira OF THE 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



of this Mvcr* procrmm Is at atii wIm In lh« llfht of tht itiuuattn^ 
rMpo— tlriltU— at Um variouB < ruterK 

Thit tteaa ismaaJ ao advance aod au exp«nsioti of staff to p«Trorn-i 
•d « <— trty tte r Mp o BSlbtUttwi <rf • vigoroui and vfial CCL mini»ir, 
calllBC et aMWclste worksrs st thf I'niveralty of North Can-.iiiia 
Dake I'niverglty la of paramoyni iinixjrtaiii r and mutt be given 
ki^ priority tor addltioBSl fiiiaorial Mupptjrt 

Tbe deT«l^MB«lt of tk« new fariltttM brings tbo InrriUHJ eoot of 
malnUiuwco asd operation Tb« Synod cKonot neti«et Its 
billty tm thtm r«cllitle« Csrfful trrangeniriitB »r«. being de» 
(or tkm OMitrol sad as* «€ Umbo f»(iiiti«M in rt-iaUom^p to tht 
aB4 oblicaUoaa ot tba leeal «>ngr(|catk>uH Tkaao eoiMPr«fs- 
be left with the entire roiit of maintaaaaoa and open 



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The badget for itCl, ia the aasoaat of |77.3««. to an ■<< ura' 
deecrtfikHi of the reapoaslMUty of tb« Srnotf twr OMtlDuiag and 
Jd T olap iitg tha Caoapm CkrMtea Life Ministry, (tely as the Sjno<t 
r— P— < ■ 1M% can UM next BxeeatlTe Committee b^a to aaaam* 
aad 4laeharge the challengloc task committed to its ear* and 
direct loa. 

Aacan O. McKaa, Chttrmon 



CAUfvn i'HianriAs i.trr. At'<'<>rvT 

a. FlajMdal HtAtetnrnt 
Jaaaanr 1 — Daeember 31. iSSt 

from Prea^arfas: 

▲Ibaauuna 1 i.t»s.is 

OOMOrt 4.«74.»t 

raraCtVYUla 4,647.70 

OnuivUla 1.1 §4. 71 

KlMPi MOaatiaB --rr — r S.fl9.«t 

Maeklaabarg ...^ lO.Otl 14 

Orange , l.fSS.Sl 

Wiimiafftaa 1.710. 41 

Wioatoa Mimm ^ «.87t.l7 

Total from Presbrteriea |SI,443.St 

Laaa 1% ■^aalisatton Fa ad 

IMatrlbvtlM l.tfZ 18 

tSC.SSl 41 

From CHh9r Soarres 

L Rtebar4soa. Sr.. Trast Fund S 110.00 

Rafand fron Etaallaattwi Paad 1. f2X.lt 
Refaad from ReTolTlag 

Salary Faad 

. MtoMllMSBos soo.eo 

^^' Roard of Christian EdoratlOB — ^ 

Challenge Gifts for 
Chapel Hill Workers tl.OKO 00 
N. C. State Worker ISO. 00 

Daka Workar I.f.Ot 

I t.70t.M 

TOTAL RECEIPTS t41.SSS.St 



l.l»4 44 
t.«OI.44 

S.1S4 14 
S.14t.ll 
S.0S4 11 
f.tXf (( 

4.SSI.2e 
1.7Sf 07 
l.ltl 7t 



1X7. 104 r 



l.SfS 21 



Iti.ISS 94 

I 130 <<• 

X.23h <ii 

IX.I47IT 



SM.OO 



I41.2S1 41 



CnlTer«lty of North CaroUn% 
North earottna SfstV ColTege 
Duke University 
Woman's College 
East Carolina College 

Wake Forest College 

Teachers College— FaretteTtrie 
WestmlBister Fellowship 

Committee Expense 

MtocellaaaoBs 



iioais.oo 

S. 344. 00 
S.07S.00 
3.t7C.00 
1. OSS. 00 



1.000.00 






603.98 

108.17 



Other Dtobarsements: 
Challenge Funds 
UNC 
NC8 -_ 
Daka . 



TOTAL D18BURSE.MENTS 



$36.807. IS 



11,060.00 

160 00 

1. 600.00 



13:^ 



$i3,oso.a« 

11.795.38 

4.000.00 

4.000.00 

S.01S.14 

• tt.72 

1.80X00 

1.80X.OO 

S0I.88 

86.31 

140.961 41 



300.00 



I X.700.00 

tlS.Sf?.^ 841.r81 41 



81 MMARV OF STATEMENT 

52£Si!« . "^- M1.6SS69 

nabarsements __ 88, 607. 16 

Cash Bal 12-31-69 t X.9t« #4 

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RKt. HAtsT M Miwrrrr. Ja. d^^mmm 
The stteatlon of Synod is called to the BM|or ekaliaBM nffaiei 

-■?~1 9wl?t«) A aoaocraith oa aaek of tbaae in.ifitatio«« is 



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K*j-h of our Si hi>«ji» h«« it» own particular area of mr^itm and n- 
pMUllar problfTOB The Synod mmt Inform lUelf of tb««e particulii 
•UuatloD* and »«-ek by every m^as powlble to anderclrd rt»t oti;< 
the work of theiw Initltutloiis but ih» r«l»tloii«hlpa b«twe«ll tk«a 
aad the Church A major portion ot our rwaponalbnity to thaa l« 
a flnanrlal on«. For thf» p««i teveral year* we have b«eti «!ti. 
to givf to each of the«« $1(H>.W©,00 p«r aaoum We ar*- clo»,- 
that goal In our aaklng boi far »hort In our actual rJfta. IamI \. 
It waa 8UiBg««ti»d by fhl» »ubcoo»mltt«« that the g^oal of $l"><i.'it> 
wa« too low. because of the obvlon* needi of tb«»i« »chc.ol« 

ThlB year we igalo onderlloe the fart ibat thea*" «< boo',!. 
have our nupport And we urge t»TP«bylerle« and fhurrben t 
Individuals to give In order that oar relattonahlp (>> th<»n*' ins' 
t!cm» ■hall b* Btrrnirthened (M particular tnter^t ti' t!w ;->vi! .-' 
the evident progrcM In the conaolldatlng of Flora M»< d<>ca!d 1 >•... 
and r*r««byt#rlar. Junior College The work ha"* rx'en grtsi 
itr«nflhen#d by the coming of Dr Aoaley C Moore to tw th*- '" 
Premldeo! Con«trurtlon of Ihe new raropus ha« tte^tun We arc 
looklnf forward to fbe opening in H..r,ti»mber of l««I with approxt 
mately fOO to SW Btudents 

T^e work whlrb the Synod ha» b»-gun wi uniii^ly and »o Btriiiig:^ 
must Bot lag Synod ha* approved a campalgo for fundii to uiidfr 
|lni f«rtb«r tte eoaaiructlon and work of our new ooUsg*. Wr 
cannot org* apoa Wfmoik too strongly the untquf and primmrj oppor 
tanlty which ia b«r«. 

C. Ltur BaowR. ChUkrm&n 



HTUOMminr MI>I(>M1 NATION H IN 
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H\\ ii»Mi\ tx)lJ.K<Mfi, DsrtdMHi. North Cnro- 
ilBa. D Urier Martlo. Pr««ld«Bt. Tlie Coll»ce ta 
owned and controlled by tba Preabjrtarlas eoia- 
poainc th« Srnoda of North Carolina Md Florfte, 
plQs Aahevllle Praabrtary of Appala£hia Sfsod. 
Pounded Id 1837. Man. 

A r a dw i c IHa»«W«g: Menober ol tiM 
(loQ Of ABMrteaa Collacaa; tba SoatlMra 
tton of Coll«««a aad SacoBdary Bdioofci; the 

< uihfra LQiveriUy Conferaaea; tba Natl<mAl CMi(«ra^M of 
hurch Ralatad Collegaa; tba Praabytarlaa BdaeaiioHtU Aaaoela- 
I n of ih« South; and la on the list of eoUacaa approvad by tba 
\<tsoriatton of American UnlranUles Daridaoa baa a Cba^ar of 
hi Beta Kappa <Slaa of Collate: tlZ atadetits. 73 ProfMaora, 
;/ officfri .if AdmtetoUratlon.) 

I imaarial itouk value of property. $C. 760. 000; Oaaaral and 
.Scholarship Eatewaaat. H.iOO.dOO; Por tba eollaca yaar aadlng 
Jane 30 i»fl9 tba aapportlaf ebarebaa of tba Syaod of North 
Carolina will hav« contributed ISt.OOO or t.4% of the adacatloaal 
budget of the ( oUege according to aa estlmata baaad on paymeota 
■ -' tmr piui fln»i two paymaata of aaaa parted laM yaar. 

it .< anticipated that the enrollment win ba htiA to approxl- 
ii.iy »'. S itudenta for the ItfO-ll college year Tlie Celiac* 

' .11 received mora than 1,100 appHcationi for enrcliment Ibto f^tOT 

^' nu a friwhmaa elaaa ol ftO Madents 

The Troatfea of DaTldaoa Collage havf auth.>n«»-d a gradaal 

:nr-r»»a«e In enrollm»-nt to 1.000 atudenta. and they have tpadlad 
■h.st goch an Increase will be made only an the r«»aoare«a of tba 
..Uege are •nlarged to Koarantaa tba quality of the instraatloaal 
..rogram To Bopport thin effort, a inalll-ininion dollar TaB*Tear 
i Un of r>«velopm«nt h«« l>een charted by the Truileei and Paealty 
'•> rirganlie on a i«rig-r«rige ha«i«, Um planning, carrtcalar irtadlaa. 
■nd ftnanclal eipanilon ih*« will bflag added str^idb. rlc*^, aad 
^ ff'Ttlveneaa to I>a«-ld»nri during thp rit-it dccmde 

4iready completad are a 1270.000 Ubrary addition: ttlO.OOd 
n I ittie itormltory; and liOO.OOf PraiaraHy Court 

Th«. i7if, lioo Daaa ■elaaea Batldlag waa aMaplated in Jaaaary 
« and a new |4ti.*«« dOT«iltoff7 will be raa4y for aaa dartac 

isfio-ii roiiega yaar. 

v n -hf. (ut of ! .)R«(rtictlon l« a tlOO.OOO Fin*. A rta BalidttlC 
' r 'loaor of Praal d a a t BaiOT^aa John R t:«MUai^Mi. 

. sdAwmeat laeraaaa of I7.999.M0 for faaiItT aalar- 
•'^''•^' ' rsvtl ramalBt a eoBtlaalBg goal. 



Its 



MINUTES OK THE 



SYNor) OF NORTH TAROLINA 



Its 




FLORA MAtliONAl^ (X>LLEtiE, Red Springs. 
North Ckrolina. Cbaries G. Vardell. Jr., Acting 
Prevideot, owned and opermted by the Synod of 
North Carolina, Presbyterian Church In the 
I'nlted StatM Fonnded In 189«, Women. (Men 
cnrollad aa dny studenta.) 

Academic Himadins: Member of tha Aaaoclatlon 
of American Cotlegea; MembM* of tlie Sovthem 
Aaaoclatlon of Collegea and Soeondary SehooU; 
Member of the National Association of Schools of Maaic; Memb«r 
of the Southern Aaaoclatlon of Colleges for Women. North Caro- 
lina CoUese Conference, and the Presbyterian Educational Asso- 
ciation of the SoBth 

fiMae of Um GoU^ge: Administrative BUS, 8; Faculty. 36; Stu- 
dents enrolled In Degree Courses, 360; Business Stadents, 33; 
Special and Studio Studenu, 28; Summer School Students, 300; 
Total Students. 711. 

Frofwrtjr aad Kinnnces: 

1 Valaa of property 1 41MM.fS 

2. Oeaorml Itedowmeat iST.f7i.t9 

3. Scholarship OBdomBoat --. 170.«Sf.«l 

ToUl 11,131,178 «3 

Flora Macdonald College la a four-year college accredited, as 
stated above, to grant the followiac dairrooa: 

Bachelor of Aru Baeholor of Mvalc 

Bachelor of lot— co Bachelor of Music Bdneation 
Tha chlaf alBM ol tko college are two-fold: tho llboral educ&uuL 
of yo«BC poopio tor Chrlatian AmM-lc«n cltlsMMklp; and the train 
!ng of Ita irtadanta for cartaln profiaaloBal ealUacs that will eoabie 
tfaem to b« uaeful and Mlf sustataUic. A partial list of th«M op- 
portunltlaa toil«ws: 

'Oftu ia paMIc sad private schools 
•a paatora' aaatstaats, workers ia Christian edu 
ration aad aocretarloa 

HaoMi aiatt u ta UM ftolda of medical iadwolocy and nursing 
(la oo-oporatloa vHk eartala BMdlMl Mfcoaii aad koapltala). 
MMta^ whmm thara ara eoaataat opportuattlos for t eaelma la 
■taiieii. aAoola aad coilag a a : for onanists and choir dtraeCors 
in charchaa; and for talent«*d musicians !d thp fields of radio. 
uioTlaioa aad popalar maaic 

in the fletda of child ear*, dietetics and bom^ 




■d otfirr work, with ■paclai training aa 
trators. teachers, secretaries and accoaataats. 

Flora MaoAmald Collece has a strong rhristlaa faeulty, traJaad 
la Um gnmt eottovaa. nnlveraltlea and graduate achoola of Amortea 
aad ^ropa, dadleated to the cause of Christian edacatioa. and 
ta daaliag with the iatallectaa) iptritua! and aocial 
af tiM aMidoni eollaca stadoat. 
The effeetlv«MMS of the loacblac program is showa by the 
qaalUy of the gradaatea of tho eolliKfo Many Flora Ma«doaald 
■tadoata have mi^e brilliant roeor^ la pr<^aaaional and bastaaas 
earw»r« Thf rontrlbatlon of the colleir*' In tr«snlnir ton-hara. 



pastor R assistaniH, aw lal workers, secretaries and homemakera 
bitB b«fn not»bI«" 

The Vardell s<'h»)lar«hspfi. nuw in (hf «mri year of operation 
and offering K^'uerous iiimiuiUM tu recipients of these acholarahlpa. 
have attracted to th*- iBnipus a number of studenta of excoptloaal 
promise 

With increased Ktfta from the Synod, the coUece haa been able 
to keep th»> qunitty of its work high in the face of Inflationary 
threats to a successful business operation. 

The total enrollment for the year la the largeet in the history 
of the Institution, and the Indicatlona are that the number enrolled 
next year will be even larger. 

The religious life on the campus during the year haa been ex- 
ceptionally fine. The program sponsored by the Student Christian 
Aaaoclatlon haa been most efrectlve and the studenta and faculty 
alike have contributed to the maintenance of the spiritual vitality 
which haa always been one of the marked characteristics of the 
college. 

The Presbyterian Guidance Center at Flora Macdonald College 
contlnaea to serve the Church The center employa four full time 
sUCf membMS and six part time staff BMOibars. Approximately 
600 young people from the Synod will aae the aervicea of the 
ecater thla year. The center cannot meet the demanda for its 
aervicea and further ezpaaaioa te 




QUBKN8 (X)MJeGE. Charlotte. North Caro- 
lina; Edwin H Walker, Ph D.. Presldeat. The 
college Is owned and controlled by the Synods 
of North and South Carolina Founded 1857. 

Ar«<l«'tnir gtaadlag: Pour-year, fully accredit- 
ed liberal arts eiHIaca tor women College la a 
Boaiber of the Soatkora Association of Collscss 
and Secondary Sehoola. tlM AiaHraa Coaaell 
on BdacatloB. the Presbytarlaa Bdaeatloa Asso- 
ciation of th«> South, the American AaaoelatiMi of C^lacaa. the 
American Aaaoclatlon of University WooMn, the Natioaal Com- 
aisstoa oa Aecredittng. the Collece Katraaea Examination Board. 
aad tHe Collie Scholarship Servlee The Maaic Uepartmeat la 
asoadttad hf the NatlMal Association of Sehoola of Maslc. and 
ths ■▼aslas College Is s neraber of the Naiioaal Association of 
Ualtrar^ty BreniBg CoII^tm. 

Stes of tt^e r«lleir«> Enrollment in regular collecs ssaaloa. 474; 
Bveatag College, credit stadents, lOt; non cretdit stadeots, 771; 
total Kveeing ColieKc iflSn. non-college music enrollment. 137; 
saaiMW ssssloo <tf l96f. 142; total 1833. 

Flaaailal fti»tuM Valae ^ property. |S,6*t.ft9. Ooaeral and 
achotarahtp m^wmtnH ft, 000.000. The eontrlbationa from the 
two MipporttBK Sraods darlag lOil-61 were 866.206 (North Caro- 
lina IS8.6IC) vhfrh l« 7% of hadcotod operattnit expeadltur^ 

Cle arer a l iBformation; The carrent balldlng program of the col- 
lega will be completed daring the summer of IttO whea the 
B^rett Library and the Daaa rianroom Balldtnir now ander 
construction are ready for tMW. A new resldeace hall bousing 140 
studenu was opinied la September. ifSf ; aad the collate kitehoa 
and dlBtng roon area was eompletely remodeled aad refamlahed 
is the saaiaMr of ii6» In October. l»«0. foar halldlm«s will be 
forsBsltr dadktatad 

An lacraaaa la seholarahlps aad irrsats has beoa a part of the 
r^nera! pr«rr<H»« «' 'he college. Carrentlr Qfi^#»n« Is jrtTlat flaaa- 



!«• 



MINUTKS OF THE 



Cl«l aaslaUUIC* to 9€ Studentu A rccpnt gift from 
plltkuitkreplat Charlen A Dana has eudowt-d a yrngrum of wlioltr 
•hips for 46 upp«rclasa 8tud«nti§ aiiDualiy 

Tli« college curriculum i» underRoing Bludv b> the faculiy aQdtfr 
• grmnt from the Fund for ihr Advancenifis! of fclduration of the 
For4 Foundatliin Tlir'.iunh thlB study th*' curriculum l« being 
broaden**^ »nd #trengtht-iied, and a Beiulnar Ivpf ut tastructton 
called iht" (iroup Tutorial In being empha«li*d Additional 
■treagtb fa** been brought to the faculty by the appoiotnient of 
a BSmber of highly Qualified profeBUors 

Tll« Que«nB Evening College, ■ program of adult t-ducation, has 
■kowa a 6u pt>r cnt irnrea»» In enrollment over laat year, and 
Ul« Q«— ni rhnrlr-itt' l,»»«der«hip I'rograni. a )olnt proj«cl of the 
COUCS* ftnd ehufihe* of Charlotte, contiuut^a to traio lay l«>ad«r 
■klp. Through flecttve lOurseD, que«>aa atadenta doloc major 
work In Bibl« and rpllgtou can (jualify for certification as Aaaoci- 
«tM Ul Christian Education 

SvrreylBc the recent period of progretts it la aigaificant thai 
in the laat two year* the colleg(> haw added t^-n bnlldinc*; ^nd in 
th« laat d«eade Queens has morf thHn doubled the aaniial op«>r 
atlac bMlset, haa tripled endowment. Mod increaaed facult> 
■■lartw 1*0 par emit. 



rredUed b) th*" 

Schcioi* asd by 

Martjonald Col 



, o-vrtOlJUATKI) rilKHBVTKIUAN (XHJJ«iK (Temporary 

Name), Laorlnbyrg, N C , I)r Aniiey C Moore, I'reaident; Owned 
and aapported by the Synod of North Carolina, Preabjrterlan 
Chmreh la the Cnlt«*d Slaten operating dlvl«loni i'nmem College 
(Ralaigh), Flora Macdonald Collisge ( Hed Spring! » , !'rMibyt*rian 
JOBlor CoH^gr- (.Miiitoni Op«»nlng date 8«ptember IHI Co- 
edacational , Liberal Arts, Four yaar 

AmmStuuc WtAJiding^ Ail rollege* mrr- fuUy »< 
toVthara Aaaoclatlun vt t'ollege* and Secondarv 
tba North Carolina Collegi* ('onfareocf" Flora 
lags la aI»o an Inilltulional Mftnber of the National Asioelatlon 
of Belioola of Music and \m rfcognlned by th^ Aaaoclatloo of A.meri 
eaa Coll^«*« Appropriate steps ajre being taken to aaaare th^ 
•OBttaBlng accreditation of the Conpolldat«»d Preebyt«rian Collef* 

Darlog the p*«t 1 1 montht work crew* have b«'»n bu«y alter 
tag the campuB Iand»<:ap*» «■ the way 1« ("k.ared for baildera 
OradlBS ot buildini Bltee and roadii and tn«tallatlon of aawajf 
dlatrlbutlon «T»t»>mi have b#>*»n complft^d Heating 
leal lyiitemi ar# now b*lng laid underground and con 
of the heating plant building ha« begun 

Soma aiOBtha aCO tha Board of TruKtee« agre^'ci nn an arrhK 
tectaral Myla (eOOtWBporary l for the new campup »nd gave th' 
arehltaet the go-«hea4 0« plana for the aradetolc balldlBK. the 
flrat Biajer baildlBg to b# «>onRtracted. In April the coatraet for 
thia I1.909.990 building mm» awarded to McDevitt A Streat Co. of 
Charlotte. 

Tha arehltaet ia now bu*> with working drawing* for aii 
dormitortaa. Aaoordtag to preaent plana, the coBatraetloa aehedate 
will follow thte priorltr ajratem: 



1. A4Mdo»lc (ClawoBBi) Balld-I. 
lag hinr aadar oonatntctloa f. 
S. Donattortaa (Mx) 7. 

S. Stadmt Coator I. 

4. Maatc Bsilding t. 



AadltorlBiB 

Utavry 

OjraiaaaiaBi aad riatd 

AdailatetrattoB Balldlag 

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1 lane call for the letting of building cuntracta at regular interv.lg 
throughout the coming munthi in order to have the colleg* ready 
for opening In the fall of 19«1 

The architect'! design for the campus ha* received national at- 
tention in January A U odell und Abuo.; lalea of Charlotte re- 
ceived a citation in a national competition for their deeign of the 
new college The citation noted that the Brm waa dealgning a co- 
educational, liberal arts college for approilmately 8c,g studenta 
with provlaioni to eipand the campus to fSOO atudents 

Three degrees will be offered by Consolidated I'resbyterian Col- 
lege — Bachelor of Arts Hachelur of S< icnce, and Bachelor of 
MbbIc. The ba«ic liberal Btudieii will Include a four-year courae 
la CHhrlatlaaity and Culture with work in the Humanlilea, Nataral 
Seleaca aad Mathemailcn. Fnglish and Foreign Langaage. 

Work on the ChrlBtiHniiy and < ulture |'r«igram entered a new 
phaae lant fall Two professors are working full-time on the 
project with the aid of a grant from the Daafurth Foandatlon 
Dataite of this unique curriculum may be found in the Conaoli- 
datad Presbyterian College Bulletin 

la Jaaaary ot thla jrear Dr Aniiley Cunningham Moore, flral 
praidd^t of Coaaolldated College, arrive>d at Laariahnrg. Since 
that time he haa b ea a baajr co-ordinating all phaaea ot the work 
of the new rollefra aad foraialating plana for orgaaisatloa of ataff. 
faculty and public relationii He has vl^tad iB fire ot the alae 
Preabyteriea and spoken 4 6 timea and held It eoafareaeaa with 
paople about the college In an effort to aoa what Other eoU^ea 
doing, he has visited the campaaaa of Davldann Queena, 
rniverBlly In Atlanta, and othera. 

The flnan<"i«l picture of the college Is an followa: Total aaaeta, 
laclndlng the property whifh in paid for the amoaat tha Sjraod 
gave and will give through 1960 and the amoaat wa eaa borrow 
from the government, amount to 14 000.000. We a aa d II beild- 
laga IB tlw flrat phaae of the program aad thla will reaalre ap 
proKlBiately IS.SOO.OOo more than we BOW hare. The firm of 
Kateham. Inc has been employed to handle the Synod-wide 
flaaaclal campaign In ltd Thev are at work In the Synod aow 
maktag preparations for thl» undertaking 




North CaroUaa. 

esideBt. The College 

the Synod of North 

aj . snted from each 

a from the Ftrat 

^- ' *ith eli- 

la;Kt:. Ft;tta4cd 1S7X. 



Jl NIOK fX)IJJt<i|.>. 

I'KACK <tiM.lv<.K I M 

rsr WUltam '■ fr»s«;. 

iR II wned aril! ^ < n' - ^ i^^ ■■ 

Carolina with iw^ 'i !«'•.■ 

of the nine rre«h,iir ,„ ;< ; 

f'resbyterlan Chii- - * ■ 

teen Truple^w apiH!inU;d at 

Women 

Academic Standing: Member Southern Ai>«'m latlon of Collei 
•■tf' Secondary Sfhonls North ( arfilin.t <'i"!lege ( onference, the 

lerlcan Asacx-iatton of Junior «'oliege« tha Soathara Aaaocla- 
of rcillegPB for Women, and the f'reabjrtartaa Bdacatloa 
Aaaoclattnn of the Bouth 

(Mar of the t V,IIeg« 111 atadenU: II full time, « part tliaa 
Faculty: If Siaff f« full time. 4 part-time) 

Finawelal Ittfif) value of property §710,000. (leneral Seholar- 
ahlp Kndowmrnt |25u,0iio The eoBtrtbutlona from the ebarehea 
for operating budget were IH.74T «1 and from the Coatlageat 
Fund |i S'ln n total of |10 JI7 «1 Thl« i« 10. S% of the nperat - 



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ioK fund. Tbe »chool is operating with a small surplus which la 
put Into permanent ImprovemenU , ,„.« 

Peace College completed its 88th year on June 1. I960 
The auallty of academic work was good. In admltuui <* »iu 
dMt aeTeral factors were taken Into consideration ; ( i J her 
2?re. on the Scholastic Aptitude T«^t of the College Eiamlna- 
tlon Board. (2) her high school record. (3) her reference reports. 
44) her church Interest, her aeriousneaB of purpose, and her 
generalpronUse of growth. For the l»St-«0 «:hool there were 
Drscilcally three applicants for each boarding space available^ 
»»T*J21 I. constantly striving to secure a faculty of ouUtandlng 
academic ability, who appreciate thorough scholarship •b« Tfo 
have a certain sympathy with and undersUndln* of «»«««* J**^"^^ 
lems. met of whom are Presbyterians, and all of whom are 
members of some evangelical denomination and genuinely inter- 
ested In promotion of the cause of Christianity 

pMee College to striving to promote a real program of Chris- 
tian Education. The Administration and Faculty are planning 
.u?h a program largely by m«ins of Chapel. Bible, and the claaa- 
'r^m in'ge'neral A course In ■Cbrl.tian Belief." was add^re^ 
MStly Also since student cooperation Is ««MJntlal. the Peace 
■Udent Chrtotian Aaaoclatlon takes the lead In encouraging atu- 
dMts to participate In all religious programs In the -c^oo' •»* 
la the local church fellowship groups which stodenu nrt nrgea 
to attend. Ten or fifteen studenu are thinking aerloasly of enter- 
ing active Christian service Consideration Is given In planning 
the religious program at Peace to the fact that a large nnmber of 
Peace gtrU will be horoe-makera and will have an opportunity M 
traininK their children in the Chrtotian faith as well »a •enrliil 
lfc«»»lves in the many phaaea of the local church work 

•me Religious Emphaato aervlcea thto »««• were »»d by Mtoa 
BmZ Lewis of the Board of Chrtotian Education. Richmond 
Virllnia. and Dr William B Ward. p«tor of Grace Covenant 
Presbyterian Church. Richmond. Virginia. 

A Meditation and Prayer Room In memory ..f the late Mtas 
Lncy »Sl Mary McSalr Profeaeor of Bible at Pe«;e from ItSS 
unul h^Tdeath In ltS4. ha. meant much In the religious life of 

^** A^SludVnt Honor Government now In lU fifth year to In opera 

'°The Peace CoUeite Women s Advtoory Commute* >• CfMSpMed 
of five repreaenutlves from the Women of the C^nreh at ^ 
of the nine PreabyterlM including their »'«»*•»/•,. '"7. Ji"^ 
Avery. Jr . of Stateavllle. N C. to chairman of the Advtoory 

Commltte*^^^ sppreelal- fuHy the fl««jrfW "PPO^ «f 'J^*. 

Preabyteri- of N C. and asks for their eMttwed "i»P*»rt and 
prayers as the College attempU to fulfill It. pmrpom a* a Chnrtrh 

I llMmH Tin I i J> sioii <x H .I JWi H i (Dl^ 

•ion of roniiolM»i<*d »'r»-sbyl*r4*a Collie*. Mai- 

ton North Carolina Dr U»to C LaMotle Pr«il- 

rt.nt The college in owned and controllad by 

ih*- «vnod of North Carolina, founded lfl». 

r.,n..,rid.ted May M. ItIS ^>^««^»f«?i- . 

4r«drailr mimd^m' Aceredttad by th« North 

Carolina State Department of PabUc InatfjcUon 

^ for miveralty of North Carolina; member »«■»■- 

era AaMwIattoa of Collegaa Md Sa«*«4ary Behools; member 




American Association of Junior Colleges; member of North Caro- 
Itaa College Conference; member the Presbyterian Educational 
Aaaoclatlon of the South; Associate member of the commlaslon 
on Chrtotian Higher Education of the Aaaoclatlon of American 
College*: approved by United States Office of Education for the 
Hdmiaalon of foreign students. 

Hlae <^ CoUc«e: 310 in regular session; 107 In Summer Sdliool, 
total after eliminating dupllcatea of 377. In the regular seasloa 
20» were Freehmen; 73 Sophomore*; 28 Preparatory. There ware 
291 men and 19 women There were aeventeen teacher*, thras 
of whom were part-time, equal to 14 2/3 full-time teachers. Nine 
served on the administrative staff. 

PlMMsrlal: According to audit May 31. 1959. the value of prop 
erty waa |IC5,104.23; general endowment 1339. 341. ?B includinK 
(scholarship endowment of $25.5»8.00. Total aaaeta »1.044.«3«.31. 
Gifu received In the financial year June 1. 1958. to May 81. 1»S». 
were: Individual gifts $1.7««.75. Syuod of North Carolina $28,- 
347 68. Women-of-the-( hurch and specials from churches $S24.8C. 
other I8.S91 39. Gifts from th*" Synod were 12.7% of total 
I ipendltares 

in 1959 there were thirty-eight graduate*, of whom It were 
irora the preparatory department. The commencement preacher 
In 1959 was Dr Sidney A Gates of Salisbury, and the address 
waa by Dr R T L. Ltoton. president of King College. Bristol, 
Tenn Summer School will be held the coming summer beginning 
June « In Preparatory course, and Jnne IS In Collegiate aub- 
Je«U In 1959 there were 107 enrolled In both terms of Bummer 
School Dr Ernest Trice Thompson. Mod«»rat<tr of the General 
Assembly, waa the speaker at the formal opening of college The 
•arollment at the opening of college, compared with previous 
year* follows: 



Preparatory and special students 

Freshmen — 

Sophomores 

Night ClaM students 

Total 




ItC 



230 



ttHM 

25 

162 

69 

22 



Pro asaalon faculty conference* and orientation program were 
al*m«ats In the opening of college The Reverend Marlon H Cur 
ria soadneted Fall Devotional* Reverend Stuart Ritchie led 
Reltgtoa* Bmphartl Wsafc. The Student Chrtotian Aaaoclatlon and 
lbs ChrtotUa Sarrtes Fellowahlp gav* orgaalsad Isadsrshlp to 
religion* actlvltle* There are a nnmber of mlntoterlal candldatea 
and other* planning full-time rsllcfoe* vocations Three ordained 
sad savsral lay faculty member* have aapplied vacant pulpits, as 
havs ministerial student* . ^ ^ r. 

tpaiUier* on the Dtotlnguished Vtollor* Program included Dr 
Robert D. Baas, sathor. Mr. William N Noal. well-known financial 
exscativ* Md racMt vtoltor to Russia, Dr. William M Currle. 
■peaking upon hto visit to Scotland last year, and Colonel L*e B 
James, a member of Von Brasn's mlaslla team, spaakiag on 'The 
ftiploratton of Mars." C«kmal James to a soa (rf Ua head of 
o«r Ma^emattea Departmaat. Mr. Terry Sanfoi^. aa alamnsa of 
the yaar 1934. spoke at Homscomlnit 

The North Carolina Celiac* Conference, the Smithara Aasocto- 
ttOB <a Colla««s Md Sai^idary School*, the North Carolina Con 
ference nf rhnrrh-Balatod OoUaCM. aad many «tate and regtonal 



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educ«tlon*l conferenceii wer*- niundfil bv facutiv lut-mb.-ri or 
■tBd«nU. Th* college participated io tlu- proKram of The North 
Cftroilna Foundation of Church Rflatf-d ( ollege» Tw». radio pro- 
smms hare been conducted each wt-ek Cullege Days io North 
Carolinn and Booth Carolina High Hrhoolii havi- bwn largely at- 
tended. The Woman'! Advl»ory Board and nevfral church com- 
mittees have met on our cam pin Amprican EdueatloD W*«sk, 
Founders' Day. Homecoming liay. National < hrlBtian c;'ollt*g«« Day. 
and the Junior-Senior Banquet were ob«»TV«Nl StudeiilB activtti*.« 
hare hS«l promoted Th« International Relation* Club and the 
Parapsyeholory Club have b»-ea mor*' active than in fi»rrii*<r )»>»rB 
Baakrtball, tennis, baseball and Koif hnv bi-»^n ii,tcirolieg!«te 
sports. 

The National Defense Loan Kund has been Mtablistaed wlih 
over $10,000 granted In loans 

Oesslderable attention and effort have been given to the devel- 
opment of the program of Consolidated Presbyterian College. The 
prMident is serring as rice-president and secretary of the Con- 
solidated Presbyterian College. Fscalty commlltaes have met 
with committees from Flora Macdonald College All matters re- 
ferred to Presbyterian Junior College personnel have been given 
priority handling, and faculty and staff have participated in cur- 
ricalnm planning, consultation with the architects and educa- 
tional eonsultanu. cooperation In the Laurinbnrg office, public 
relations, flnanelal planning, legal otrntrntm, aad other devulop- 
ments. A reception on the campus welcomed Dr. and Mrs. Aaaley 
C. Moore to the merged program The whole college family is 
coopersting hesrtily with she consolldsted educational develop- 
ments. 



I NH>.N THKOlXKJIt Al- hKMlN.AHl Klch- 
mond. Virginia, is owned and controlled by the 
Svnods of North Carolina. Virginia. West Vir- 
ginia, and Appalachia through a board of fS 
trustees nominated by the Synods One half of 
the trustees are mlnisUrs. and one half are 
ehureh officers. The President. Dr Jsmes A 
Jones. Is a 29lh trustee ex officio Founded in 
1812. Men. 
The TrustSM of Tnion Theological Seminary in \ irglnla re- 
spectfully present this report to its controlling snd affiliated 
rouru concerning affairs for the year ltSf-lt«». 




Under corpowtio* law of tho Oo i— w ealth bf Virginia the 
election of Trustesn la vested In the Trustees theoMelves. but th^y 
msy elect only peraens nominated by the Syno^ 

As one of the four theological semtnaHes of the Presbyteriaa 
Church I' 8. Union Theological SerainMT regularly submlu to 
(he Oenersl Asaembly of the Church a report on its work for 

Infornution. „ ^ „^ . , 

On Jaaaarv 4. 1140 Wyadham B Blaaton. M D . Chairman <>f 
the Board of Trustoeo. died. Over many years as Seminary physl- 
clsB. counselor. Trustee, aad Board offlctal Dr Blanton gave fMsr- 
ously of his wise perception, diligent Induatry. and couta*lous 
enthusiasm for the welfare of the Seminary. The entire Seminary 
community feela aa acute sMwa «« loss la his death. 



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rttMdenl Affaln, 

During the year 2«3 giudenta have t.tt-n enrolled il 
nsry a» f oIIowb ; (At-niora, 62; MlddlcfB. 71, Junior*. 71: 
20; Interns. H; and Oraduatt- Bludfuti* 42 It 1» InttTeallng to 
note that this cornparea with a atudem »'nroUment during U&R- 
li6t of t8t Btudents The student* ronie from 66 pr«abyt*TH»B 
uf the Presbyterian Church. US, from 16 gynodi, from 21 Bt»t«« 
and from 8 foreign countries Eleven denomlnatlon« are ri-prt* 
sented in the Student Body, other than the Presbyterian Church 
IS (me hundred and thirty four literary inmUut lonu provided 
the collegiate and univiTglty bai kgroundst for ihi' siudfiita en- 
rolled 

The general spirit wnd progreaa of the students during the year 
have b4»en good 

On June 7, ISfin the Seminary will award five Th.D. degreea; 
14 Th M degref'B; «l H D degrees, and one diploma. As usual 
ihtse graduates of the Seminary will go into the work of the 
i!hurch mm pastors, nil«iiliinarie» at home and abroad, and chaplains 
in military aer^'lce Approximately flftsen men graduating this 
year will continue their Htudt<<s In graduate schools. Soms of 
ihwe men anticipate performing their ministries as teachers in 
( lillegtss and unlversltien 

Five fellowBhipB for graduate «tudy were swsrded to members 
if the Senior Claaa The number of such awards is lower than 
haB obtalnt'd In olhf*r yi^ari The Faculty has Judged that the 
monetary «iie of the awards should be increased In order to make 
If poMlble for the students di«tlngutshed by such awards to pursue 
ihf'ir thfologlcal atudlea in the Institutions of their choice. During 
rinent vearg fellowthip awards have involved fl.OOO.OO. This 
>, •••r. and it is planned that the sauM aeale shiUI obtain hSTMlftsr. 
<h*' awardH w»>re for ti,n<"' "" •'sch. h Binlmam amount needed 

fiir eraduate "tudy. 

Facaltj ««d InmlmctloBal Progjrmss 

oiiri- again through the generoaity of thf Alumni of the Semi- 
nary, it ha« becii the privilege of the Seminsry to hsve an 'Alumni 
Vialting IrofesBor Thl« service has been performed by the 
Heverend J*me« H Torrence, a graduate of the University of 
Kdlnburgh and paator of the Parl*h of Invergowrte, la Dundee. 
Scotland iTofeasor Torrance and hl» family have made a aplen- 
' , 'ft. • for ihem»« lv«*ii in th»> Hfe of the Seminary^ He has taught 
,-(. s in New Te«tamenl Kxegeuli and Biblical Theology. 

.king the program of sabbmic leaver Inaugurated by the 

.', »onie ycarw ago 1 r-tfcgaor William U Ugl«»by, Jr., the 

. u*>Frt»cp I'rof.Mor of Pastorsl Counseling, has been 

for thi- aecotid and third quarters of ths academic year. 

• avc will continue through the sammar of 1140. He has 

h. vu pirtuing ftiudic* in the field Of hki responsibility in the 

^,ou!tv and rompb-t Ing anJOgnmsBts In the Oraduate School of 

'*;!•' r «tf y of Chicago 

Th»- S*-iiilnary gratefully niHep ihat Frofeaaor Bmsat Trice 

Thompaon ha« been th»» Mod*Tati>r of the (}t«neral Aaaembly. Ib 

htH dtitif's a» Moderator he ha« travelled extensively throughout 

( !,,ir.h In order to make thin travel posalble the Seminary re- 

\''.>-4 htm of all remponssbilities for tearhinf during the seeoad 

;tiJirfer of the acadcniir vear tlie courses ordinarily tanght by 

iir Thompfion in the ciuartiT during whteh he was absent have 

'„•*•!; i.ffpfed by • rer..rd»*rt lectures", commenti^ mpoo and dlrect- 

r,v an inntrurtor I* hftR beo* UHor as t lng to noU the studeni 



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reaction lo this new device In ped»C 



ct«"^rt;c"nra7e fe^;;; •^«7l."o-^.-i«ilred the ,.ner.l reac- 
Uoa hM l»««n that for this interim hu. h leaching of the coum*.. 

-•^^'TrMtJi'^uf the Seminary are In the proc*- of aeeklng 
.^lufnnV to the Faculty Eapeclallv will it be necewary in the 
n« few yeaJJ to add Jeraon^l in" the iK-partmenU of Hl.tor>-^ 
b!J leal sJuSiea. and Syatematlc Theology. The pra««re. cauned 
h» an iBcreaalng enrollment mean that the membera of our ^a<^l 
fy%"nnotT."lbly discharge their t-*<=»'lng«.l«nment. with the 
efliclency Vhich they covet. In the light of thl. condl ion addi- 
tion, illl be m.d6 u reaource. permit and as peraonnel be<ome, 

*''Th*e**T^uatee. are happy to report that Dr. Benjamin Lacy Uo». 
haalLn graTted a Fellowship by the American A««>ciatlon of 
liTeotoJical "h^l» to pursue hi. studies In Homlletic. during 
/?. whole of IMO-IMI In order to provide for cour«« which 
normals Dr RoJe would t..«h. Dr. Paul E. Scherer. dl.tingul.h^ 
ed mtni^ter In the Lutheran Church, and retiring prota^or o 
PrJihlngln Union Seminary in New York, will be the Alumni 
nmmmt Pmf^^Mr for the lt€0-llil aeMlMg. 
° lTiS^Sr?.m of curriculum lmproT.»«t the '•^""^ o^^*)^', 

SemlniJy hi decided that elamjnUry J-'f'' ''"^"SS^'^hy 
.11 ^t^uvlnm &tmret ca»dklateii before their oaatrlralaUoa. I ni» 
;"qu"^"t tur^J^.fr«t,ve for th* 1»«0-1M1 academk 
Wl» order to meet the ne^U of candidate. '*»<> J^*^* »^,,»»?;; 
oSikl" Allege, an IntenaUe conrae In elementary Gre^ will be 
oiared at the Seminary In the weaka immedlataly prior to the 
;SiSf of thetJSoJl term in September. IfiO The purpo«, of 
thuTdSlsion is to relieve the curriculum of the necessity of teach 
ll« JSnnloi cour«« in the Greek Language, ao that entering 
jSlorrcan begin their theological study at a higher level of 
iXJSri r'"uiry'and can have the »»o.r. In the UtU^r part o their 
aamlnarv training which they wiah and daaenre for ei«'"ive 
JJJrlir It appear, that approximately half of the «terln» CUm 
wl?l^ve to Uke the beginning Ore^k course prior to September. 

ItCO 

HperUI ArtivlUrs 
THe Sprunt Lecturer for l»Bt-l»«0 waa Dr Daniel D*y Wil- 
i.-m. P^feMor of aystematlc Theology In the Faculty of I nlon 
J^SJori^lTmlnary New York Hi. subject waa "The Chrl.tUn 
^S?Jtrv aid the (Vr o of Bouls The Auxiliary Lecturer, war. 
Si ^hLJJrs Parker Ferrl. Rector of Trinity f^urch. Boston 
.-••kin. on "Pre«:hlng and The Pastoral Ministry : and Dr 
F^Td VlT?an nl^ oian and Profe.sor nf New Testament in 
Mccormick Theological Seminary. Chicago Illinois. •Pf»k»««"^ 
-•SeTwl «n Acts • Additional gue.t lecturer. h«*« ^ 
l.rou.ht to the Campus for convocations for particular making. 
wUh selected claLeJ. and for consultation, with group, of rtu- 

""one of the fundamental re*pon.lbilule« of the Bemlnary I. In 
the area of r«:ruitlng men for church vocation. In an »lt»"'P« » 
loV^^TJ^yoafh of the Church the opportunltle. and obU- 
.-.T,.nr «Mch are UDon all churchmen for nerrlce to the Ooapel 
""chrlsT hVilmTary'ln cooperation with the rresh,,.,,., 

Sihool of Christian Education had a Tl::.'Z"\nJnimm^i 
^«4MtR enrolling approximately a hundred young »•■ a»« 
SUSi for t^e purpoS; of explaining the varieties of vocation. 
wkleh are wUMn the Church. 



, ,'ii cullpgea and nnfrpr'stfif'" fff "■■ 
^luilpni-i nbou! ilif ituiu-r > 
siiid-iitr. Ill KFuups up to a 
lit iht' Stiiiiimry for six w^-n 



:.a.(.' visited some eight- 

ri«90Vr-Vr^<!on8ulttng with 

ti College and unlveraity 

I, brought to the Camp«a 

..^.ious. Men coming to the 



('aiiii»u8 under these au.-p!. > •> 'n. < t with member, of the Faculty. 
attend 1 iaauea. consult i*iili -.lu.l' ■' ' what It nieana to be 

involved in 8«>mUiary lite, ami it.' 'f seminary atndenta 

fhenm. Ivps with regard to the call to the ministry". The Semi- 
nary happily cooperate with the other theological aemlnarlea 
of the Church, with the I>epartment of Christian Vocation of the 
Board of Christian Education, with the Preabyterlan School of 
( hrlmian Education, and with the personnel officea of the As- 
sembly', agencies with reference to the Importance of finding 
effective device, by which to challenge young people in our genera- 
tion to Inveat their livw. under the prompting of God. in the 
enterprlae. of the Church. 

During the year Profewwr Jame. Luther .Mays waa inaugurated 
Prof^aor of Biblical Studies and Profewor John Haddon Leith 
waa Inaugurated Profeaaor of Htatorical Theology. 

The first of a projected series of bibliographical lecturw to be 
schedaled at Intervals over the next years waa given by the 
RevarvBd Doctor J. K. 8. Reid. head of the Department of Tha«H 
logy of the University of Leeds, England 

ContinutnK Kdutrtinin 

The Seminary continue, to feel a responsibility toward men 
who are actively engaged in the paatorate Under the auspices of 
lU program of "Continuing Education" SfB men have purauad 
specific c(AinM* of rtady. Three hundred and eight men are now 
working In the ]^t>ffram of Directed Study, ualng one of th« St 
eovrM. available In thl. program and employing on a racnlar 
aehednle the faeilltlea of the Ubrary and of the Upe recording 
Library. Seventy men. directly from the pastorate, retamad to 
the Campu. for perloda of two weeka of Inten.ive study. Theaa »•■ 
were brought to the Campus in group. «»f five They were givaa 
private .tudiea In the Library They had a conference each day 
with member, of the Faculty aboat developments In theological 
atadtea generally, ^venteen men came to the Campu. for a 
period of approximately five weeks of inten.ive study under the 
program known a. "Summar Scholar.". 

The Seminary contlnuM to operate It. .ummer Clinics Th* 
ItSf Clinic, included particular training over a period of two 
week, in the development of .kill. In preaching and In paatoral- 
care Eighty men from the>pa.torate returned to the Campu. to 
participate In this study 

Flaaartal ACalr. 
At tk« and of tha toeal year. March 31. I»«0. the Seminary had 
an operating surpln. of ftT.TS. Church contribution, from the 
four Synod, were a. follow.: 

KiM-aJ YeM- 

OmhmUr \ ,mu lU.'M » I -a* n*»iSO 

Appalachia i 9 476 ft I ».24» 4t 

North Carolina 44. ISO. ft 4S,S»4.16 

Virginia fl.ifO.»l r7.t»S.ti 

Weat Virginia U.IH Si 12.S74.44 



Ill.SfS 04 



fS4.f4f 7S 



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MINUTES or THE 



Tba book value o( endowment m of March 31. ItCO. wa« |S.- 
2C4.StO.4C, an iocrcaM In endowmaat dnrtng the year of t23C,- 
171. Ct. 

The Truat«<» expreaa their deep appreciation to all who Mp- 
port thm eaQB<> of theological edueatloa In the Church and par- 
tlcaUurly for the benefits which have accrued to Union Theological 
Scmlaary. It is Uie purpo«« of th«' Tru»t«»e* l<» »e*k every pOMible 
my to MHich the life of the Seminary In U» large rwiponalMMty 
to prepare men ai heralda of the Ooapel of CbrUt and aa pro 
doctlTo serTaota of the Charch of today Mid tomorrow 



b. Bu^tHm of ICdacatioBal Instit 
8c«lor Collc«e« 



AdmlnlstratlTe and Oenaral 
Ovarwtloa and Malatonuiee 



Ubrarr 

AasHUry EnterprlB«i 

Sekolarahip 

Otfcor 



riors MacdoAAld OoUec*: 



S8C.CIS.00 
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Aaxiliarr EnterpriaM 

Seholarahlp 

Other 



liwti 



8S.8C8.Oe 

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Aaxtllary Ratcrprtoaa 
Rcholarahlp 



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SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



14t 



Jualor C'«il«*g* 



Peace C<4lese: 



Administration and QenerKi 

Operation and Maintenance 

InatructioQ . 

Library - _ 

Auxiliary Bnterpriaea 

Seholarahlp 

Other 



P r eabf terl aa Jnalor f\>lle|E(>: 

Admlniairatlve and General 

Operation and Maintenance 

Inatraction 

Uhrary 

Aaztliary Eoterprlaaa 

Seholarahlp 

Other 



li»«<i 



61.800.ee 

3i.88e.ee 
ts.74e.ce 

s.toe.ce 

79,418.Ce 

4.6ee.ce 
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IMO-tMII 

6&,§5o oe 

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ti.t70.ee 

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••.7cc.ce 

i.cee.ee 
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I 281.C40.OC 8 S01.8SC.eC 



IMW-IMMI 

28.818.00 

34.4t8.O0 

6t.24C.eO 

S.807.00 

84.sii.ee 

7.tte.ee 

it.cct.ce 



CakM Tfe««»lo|h<'*l Hemlaary in V 

AdmlBlatratiTe and General 8 

iBatmctlonal 

Library 

OfarattOB aad Maintenance 

9t Plaat 

Donaitortaa. etc. 
latarpratatioB 
Sandry Ex p a aa aa 

Scholarahtpa -^ 

Anxlllary Enterprlaca ^ 



1IMH>-11M1 

3S,S7g 58 
40.731.tt 
71.t47.tl 

s.ecc.cc 

84.iei.4t 

le.cee.ec 
sc.ccc.ec 



I 888,04000 8 SCS.SCS.87 



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48. SCO 00 

i3s.its.ee 

41.820 00 

1. ooo.ee 
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121.0C3 00 
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CoB»ioH«lat«-fl IVr^bjtr-rtan Tollf^e! 

Battmat«>d Expena^i: 

Board of Traataea 

Of lee of the Praaldaat 

Office of the BBalB«M Manac«r 

OCI«« of tho Dmb 

OCtca of Pa bile Relatloaa and Development 

mrice of AdmlMkNM >...,>.. 

laatractional . . 

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8 sec.cc 
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MINUTES OF THE 



d. 8UMMARIEH ON KDITATIONAL INSTITITION8 

(I) Tlie Hi« Kdurational lBfititutk»nN of Hjraod 

(Davidson. Qu««n8. Flora Macdonald. Consolidated Presbyterian 

College, Peace. Presbyterian Junior College) 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



in 



leoft-a* 


1057-M 


S2S 


21ff 


ISO 


189 


»1 


64 


S.4SI 


2.489 


I.S4S 


1.269 


111.660.801 


$10,102,688 


|13.8<5,0»1 


$10,912,647 


126.416.892 


$21,808,819 


1 8.902.086 


$ 2.804, 468 


$ 3.287.220 


$ 2.693.071 


1 •14.886 


$ 20.314 


I 3.696.087 


$ 2.778.284 


1 2.978.881 


$ 1.131.391 


116 


101 



TRISTEES ,-- Iti 

TEACHERS i— . Iti 

STAFF _-- 47 

STIDENTS f.842 

PRESBYTERIANS 1.268 

PROPERTY $12,102,802 

ENDOWMENT i |18.416.878 

TOTAL ASSETS - $26,619,478 

INCOME $ 4.016,624 

DISBIRSEMENTS $ 3.600.969 

OPERATING SURPLUS $ 624.686 
BUDGET $ 3.688,796 

1N< REASE CAPITAL 

FUNDS f 2.orr.«12 

CANDIDATES 88 



OifU as reported by the Genf-ral Awsembly Statistics to Educa- 
tiooal Institutions and as rejKirted by Synod s Treasurers for the 
years indicated, follow: 

General AsMmbly 
Year MlnatM Uatflad Budget 

1944-1946 $128,417 •41.M4 

1946-1948 122.219 IMTl 

1948-1947 2t>2.148 86.098 

1947-1948 - - 187.202 71.847 

1948-1949 , 178.906 87.il« 

1949-1960 i 228.098 89.276 

1960-1961 — 192.878 108.687 

1961-1962 - 194.968 109.948 

1962-1963 187.281 114.781 

ItIS— (9 months) _..-««.^_-. S8t.907 121.188 

1964 371.618 180,248 

Itii i' 460.099 212.818 

19if' - 210.796 

1967 _ r28,99l 

1968 262.186 

1969 181.191 

e. Ilfl-XJRMATION 

Tbe Director is endeavorinic to make his office a channel for 
distributing information about the Schools for which Synod has 
a reapOMibtlity. He Is aTsllable for preaentiog the cause of 
ChrtatlMl Education to PrMbyterles. Presbyterlals, local Cburehes. 
Mea's aad Women's organlutions. 

Thre* schools have motion picture Alms which they make arall* 
able to Interested groupn Davidson College. Queens College, and 
Preebyterlan Junior College 



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IN8TITITIONH IfHW-lOdd 





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BY COMBIXKD INHTITl TIOSH 



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MINUTES OF THE 



ltF.griCHTS AM) MKMOKIAI^ 

Accjrdtng to Webster, m memorial U anythios intended to "pre- 
■«nre the mamonr*' of a peraon or event. Granite prewrvea a name; 
taflaenoe preaenrea a memory. A memorial dedicated to the service 
of CbrlrtlaB Macatlon Is truly an everlaBting memorial elBca it 
Uvea on gsasratteB after generation. This type of memorial la not 
0BI7 posrtble to people of Urge wealth bat to tiM avenure man 
teUdlOfs and glfta for endowments are approprtels (m- people of 
■sans. Gifu of equipment for Kymnaalama, ottiem, tmd mude 4a- 
psrtments; audio-rlaual materials, tanittvra. and o«t4oer Iraprore- 
■MBts are within the reach of averse People. Information on 
sperlflc Bssds will be furnished to interested persons. 



FORM OV C2KMCRAL BKQIKHT 

"/ five, devUe. and bequeath to ( )*. •• 

iiMfirafion located and operating at 

and iti Mucceiton. by whatever name it may be known, the follow- 
tng de$rHbed property, to wit: (here detcribe the amount of money 
or natare of property given)." 



FORM OK HKyiKHT fr-OR INDICATKI} I'iRIHmK 

"/ give, deriar, and bequeath to i >*. •" 

inatitution locuted and operating at 

and Ua $uece»»ora, by whatever nam* it may b€ lcaotP«, the foltow- 
ing detcribed property, to wit: {here tfMCrlW IM MiPSflt 0/ ««•«» 
or nature of property given), with thd Mndiom **•! IM »•«*« *a 
uted for the tuppf>rt and operation of the (Library. Infirmary. 
elf.)." 



*DAvniaon C<»ll»:oi; DsTldson. N. C. 
Qt-o;<«s CniiJ«i»:. ChSflotta. N. C 
Vnmx Ma(^oo5%ij> Coi.UHir.. Red Sprinss. N. C 
PCJMB Coi tear. Raleiph. N. C. 

F>acMSTTaiA!« J( !<ct<« CoLLrnr. ma Mt.\. Maxton. N. C. 
ITJII05 Tnw>toai« *i. Skmisaby. Richmond. Vs 



MINUTES or THE 



IH 



h. FINANCIAL HTATKMKVT 
KDUCATION AL INSTITI 1H»NH 

Jaaaary I — December 31. 19&» 



From Presbyteries: 

Albemarle 

Concord 

FavetterlUa 

QranvlUe 

Kloca MottBtaln 
MeeklSBbnrc 
Grans* — 
WUmlngtOD 
WlnatoB-Balem 

Total from Preabyteries 

.__ i% B^oallaatlon 

Fund Distribution 



$ 21.65l.Sf 
32.«0i.S« 
31.603. Si 
17.616.14 
22.C«1.1C 
71,202.36 
46. €70. 41 
1S.CI6 «« 
1&.490.2* 



|27l.tOS.30 
13.CI6.17 



Other Heceipts: ^ . .^^ ^^ 

L. Richardson. 8r . Trust Fund t 1.300.00 
Refund from Equalltatlon Fund 13.«»&.17 



TOTAL OPERATING RECEIPTS 

Rasarved for Contingency Fond 

(Coatra Below > 
rands held for Perm. Adv. Committee 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 
niibttrM>«MNita: 

To lastltaUMs: 

UnkNl Tkoological Seminary 1 

DnTlAMW College 

WMm MnedoBald College 

Q«0«M Collexe 

MHebell Colleite 

Peace College 

Presbyterian Junior College 

Olade Valley 

CoMoHiatod Collage 

CoBlimcMey Pand 

PanBnaaat Advisory Committee 

OaMnaea Center Program 

fmc) 

Totals to Institutions 



1276.203.30 
t 20.7S3.17 



41.62t.t2 
41.6fC.i2 

63.492.74 
41.6St.lS 

2».«4f tf 
2l.«4t.It 

11.1121 67 
?0, 763.17 



4.416.n 

t274.2i2.13 



1S2.S0 



(Hliar Eipennes 

Ponnaaent Advlnory Committee t 
Flora Maedonald College 

(Coat Paad) in.ooO.M 

Praabytartaa Junior CelKig* 

(Oont. Faad> — •••••.•» 
Peaea Collsca <€oBt Fand) -- 



I ll.lSt-47 

it.itso* 

2t.soo.<n 

l«.ltS.8B 

20.67f.73 

cr.«io rf 

3«.671 7» 
16.17f n 
16.271 17 

|l4l.e2f 16 

12. 160. §7 



ISM.108.11 |tS0.t7S.ll 



I 1.230.00 
21.46«t8 

|2r6S.6«4 «« 

I 21.200 II 
2.S737I 



|2f6.f«C.47 IS77.6S8I0 



I 14.314 13 
27.282 §7 

37,212. «7 

87.888.87 

81.8fO 17 

81.800 17 

21.200 17 

f.176 88 

4.886 If 

81.8f«.li 

1.178.78 

4,886 41 

8862.08381 



8.7lt.Il 
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SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



Support of Prwibyterlan Newt 
TraT«l Expenses 
CoiBBittec EjLp«it8«8 
!tfi«c«IUui«oas 

I TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 



StT.M 

•f.tO 

4t4.l2 



i.404.53 




mo.335.&0 



«182.ei2.tH 



SUMMARY OF STATEMENT 
Receipt! $2»6.ftC.47 

Cub Bal. 1-1-59 



Disbursements 
CMh Bal. 12-Sl-St 



7.S7S.*4' 

tS0S.540.4l 
|SfQ,335 SO 



$ 13J04.fl' 
it M.TMa« kmwkt forwanl far ConUnsMier FuMd. »a4 It.rTt.TS far 
Tua* tlO.MS.sa. PwiMMMt Adrtaoty C — i^l ttw 




(t) Bm^CAIlONAL INHTITITIONH FIND SAV1N08 AOPOrKT 
RECKirT^i AM) DIHIll RKKMKNTM 

Jannary 1. lilt to D«««inb«r 31. ItSt 

Tliia fuiKi orivtMted fniai 4MBtlo«* by Mr. mmi Mr*. W. L. StalU 
wbleM *M r ■ »«<» ■< la ISM. 

WACHOVIA RANKING ANf) TIIUST COMPANY. RALEIGH. N. C. 
SAVINGS ACCOUNT 

aa Dapoalt Jaaaanr t. IM* 



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MINUTES OF THE l»t 

S. RKIHJKl UK HriWOMMITTKK ON THE 
PRK8BYTERIAN OlIDANtK CENTER 

Rev. Samuel W. Nawall. Chairman 

Tlia Pr^bvttTian Guidance Ceotar at Flora MacdonaJd Collefe. 
eatabltshtfd in 1962. ba« enjoyed since ita beginning the le^d«r- 
ablp of Profeiwor Rodger Wayne l>ecker. Director Tbrough th« 
Prwbrt«HaD Guidance Program of the Board of Chruiian Bduca- 
Iton the center at Flora Macdonald 1» rt-lated to other sach 
guidance centers In the varioua Synods of our General Assenibly. 
FundamenUl to the whole philosophy of the Prenbytermn Guid- 
ance Program 1» the belief that t-aih individual has the potential 
within himself to direct his own life, with God's help; that each 
porson needs to learn what he can do best, what training would 
help him moat, and wher«> and how hl» talents may be u»ed moat 
effectively in harmonv with God ■ will The primary parpoee of 
the program is to help Christian yooth plan their careers Int^li- 
gently and with a sense of Christian mission-- whether tkey 
elioaae to become nurses, engineers misaioaarlea. mechanlca. sales 
pSO|^, home makers, or ministers of the Oospel. 

Tke ttaff of the Guidance Center is compoeed of the Director, 
Professor Rodger Ih-rker the Asaociat.. Director. ProfeMor Brvest 
H St Jacqoea; Assistant Director. I'rofewor Harold F Stephsa- 
■on two se< reiarle*. Mrs Nancy Farmer ssd Mrs Jeannstte 
Qea'try and thirteen vocational cosMlRMits. wfco srs sssoeUted 
with Flora Macdonald College or with the Rsd S^te^ eoMmsstty. 
aud who serve the center without ptf Professor K. Jse^sss is to 
be oa leave continuing his studies under a fellowriilp grsat during 

^••©-•l- w„. . oca 

DsrlBg the ll»f-CO school year the center was host t» 1*9 

luuusefcss from tS Prssbyterlaa churches in the Symod •■• •• 

btttdsau of Flora Macdonald Collage, raaktag a tot^ of «2& 

coHBseleea Thy la aa lacrease of 218 over the prscedtag year. 

aad It was made possible by the fact that about a year ago Mr 

Stephenson waji added to the staC ss aa addltloeal coaaselor 

The average cost per couawriss has hs«i |1«.2«. which «o"i^]^ 

with aa average cost In other similar cMtera of hstwesa f 2B SB 

and |i»-©0. The center Is operating this year on a ^<»««t »» 

$14,106. but the gifts to the Sysod aps llhsly to fall ahoat 40% 

short of supplving this full asMMBt. As la the past, flora Mac- 

doaaid College coatlaass to tad It asessaary to "»»•«««'» , the 

dlterence betwesM ths esaur'a asfctag aad Its aetaal pssalpta from 

the Synod ^ ^ ^ .^ 

For the second consecutive jrear the Quldaaee Crater has SM- 
ga«»d m a very courageous program of aslf-sralnau^. ths rs- 
sults of which havs hSMi higllly SMoaragtng QueatloBOSlrss 
wi.re sent to lOO forsssr WBBS S l sai. who w*.re aake<l to glVS s 
frank evaluation of tholr experiences at the Guidance CeoMW. BM 
of the center p contribution to their self-undpnlandlng ThS ^ 
salts of this «tudv show that those who avail ihemselTes of |to 
»ervlc«» of the Gn'-Janre Center are conalatently very iB«n 
helped by It. . ._^ 

Coaassisss are ehargsd H #• psr sight f^ lodgt^ •« *• 
ceatsp. o«t-of-8faod eoBMSsisss aro stetssd lit •• y>J°^*^^ 
aervtea; aad Boa-Prsahytsrtaas who srs aot part ««J*« »WO« 
of a loeal Prsshftortaa Chapch srs ehsrgsd • '"^ ?*»*»:•• "ff^ 
the firse 9mH of the program and IS OS for saeh additional latsr- 
vlsw. 



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8TN0D OP NORTH CAROLINA 



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The budget r«coMMM»d«d below compare* with ft hvdgM <^ 
IK.ttO for the pr«c«dJBt rear. Though there ar« aoBM tBall 
ehftftCM iB Individual item*, the only eigniflcaot chfttic* !• thp 
•ddttl<m of M.OOO for the employment of aa ftd^Uoftftl eovaaelor 
in aa effort to up-grade the qaality of the coaaMUag aad to help 
•atlafjr the increaaed demands for the aervteM of the center by 
young people of the local churches. 

Samuel W. Newell. Jr.. Chairman 



a. KliMBclal Matemrai — Ift5»<«0 

Salary of Director 1 500.00 

flftlary of Associate Director — _ . 

SiUarles of Asststanta i.fM.OO 



of Secretaries. 
Assistant 



Salaries 
Student 

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Ofllea BappliM 
Ltfchta and Watsr 
Postage _ . . , 
Repair - . 

TelephoB* 

Rent 

Equipment 



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Aaslirtant Director .. 

Assistant Director ...........^.. 

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Fuel .__„.^.^^ ^- 

Offtce Supplies and postac* . 

I'lllitles , 

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Professional Materials .. 

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V. RETORT OF I'KHMANENT COMMin EES 

A. RBPORT OF COMMITTKK ON ANNIIT1K8 AND RKLIKF 

Rev. R. T. Bakeb. Chairman 

Tour Comalttss on Annuities and Relief report, that It has dls- 
tHbated to th* retlrsd and Infirm ministers of the Synod of North 
Carolina the following amount* from the Mm Kate B Reynolds 



$20,900 to «5 ministers 
IS1.SO0 to M ministers 

|42.70« 



Fund: 

September 2S. IWf 
March 23. 1»«0 



Yoar OoBmltts* has made diligent effort to dlstrlhat* 
wlMTS tbs B«*4 to gre«tsst among our retired and inarm ramii^es. 

Tear Ooaaatts* woald again call to the attrition of « he ministers 
of ths 9fmoA astf to ths Coanmaas oa ^»»o"»«l*;* ?*"^ '"Jt! 
PrsshytMlss th* followtng rseoauBM^fttton sdopl^ by tb* syaoa 
In 1147 relating to the Mrs. Kate B. Rsynolds Fai^: 

"No mlfttatar. rsgaMlssa of acs, shsll psrtlclpate la the 
fund so kmt as h* to «oploy«d In the regular •"«;<^t»« »J 
the ministry." (8«<loB 4/c, MinmSfi of Simod. 1M7. paf« 
S44 ) 

Mr Charlss J. Carrie. Executive Secretary of the Board of An- 
nuities and Relief, reports that there were SI .^^f^^l^ **«J|** 
roll! of th« Sjraod ^ North Carolina who '^>*^ ♦•••^•» •'al?!? 
Mlnlstsrua R^laC Funds in 1959. Total receipts from the Synod 
for Mtelatarlal llalM la 1H9 were t92.«i9 4€ 

ma BeaH of Aaaaltlss aad Rsllef eipresses »lfBks iiad ftwjri*- 
elation for tbs fine support given by the Synod of North <^*r«|»; 
and Informs th* Synod thst tbs Ms)or Medical Plan for our R^trsJ 
l>eraonnel has b*«a received with great enthusiasm and U already 
doing much ^o4L Th* Byaod Is argad to continae gtvtag gsneroas 
support to th* Board. 

TiM Bnasftt polley Ot nahing graats Is ss follows: to miaMMV 
who f ■wahsri of th* Mlalsurs' Annuity Faad aad tbelr wlvaa. 
$2400 ©•. all taeoM* hsteg o s ft aidi ni ; for wtd^ ** J^^^rtE: 
ll&00«9oath*s*ia*haals- Fter thoa* who ar* -»,'■•■*'" ^^Jg? 
Minlsurs Annuity PuBd. a mlaWer Mi. Ma w^ ?P_ !!?*}!! 
12200.00. all iBcoiM b*lBg constdw*d: for wldosrs aad wliowata. lay 
mlsslonari^ snd orphsns. tl.4M.M on the same bwls 

ni 1 iiaiBif nrtntinn- : 

1 That 8y»od arg* all rhurche« tn enrol! sll mlaMors ud fall- 
time employ*** In th* Group LIff and Me)or Medtoftl iMarftftca 
Plsn .. _. 

2 That r*tlr*d mlnl«*rs. their wives. *<*o«», »»*./•*••?• "tl 
t-mployo** who were msmbers of th* ftftployso* Aaaalty Paad h* 
urged to *Broll In th* Major M*dleal Umnmm n^ 

S That In vl*w of th* vital tapertaM* •! th* Joy Gift to the 
l>eneflclaH** ot Mlnisterisl Relief, churches he urged to pisce gr««t*r 
i-mihaito M the Joy Gift. 



MINUTES OF THE 



Tbai ih« •urTlvtng dependent! of any K»te B. Reynold* Fono 
It who dJM h^twmm th« teU of dittributkm oC checki. be 
with the September. 1H«. 4l«tributloD, b« aimrtiMl »n an 
•■ItF Ib the »«taequent distribution. 

|. Tbat Lib* Synod engage In prayer for our retired mlQlBtera and 
ik«lr wlVM, r— — i berlng eflpeclally thoM who are sick. 

&. T. Bakol. Chairman 



H HKI»ORT OK C^MMITTKE ON A.HHKMBtiVS 
GBN'ERAL FIND AGKNtlKM 

Rev John O. P«rks. Jr.. Chairman 

Thf Comn>ltt«« on Aaaenably'a General Fun<l Ageccl« met 
Umrch 11, ItfO at tha White Mpmorlal Churrh in Raleigh. N. C 

Tha Comratttea liaard with great Inlereat a ■plendld report by 
Dr. Bob Hodcaa of tha Oaaaral Coancll on the work and progress 
of tha nine agencies lapported throasb the General Fund. From 
the laformatlun presented by Dr. Hodcea and a atody of written 
COauUAlcationii from various agenrlea, your rommlttee reports 
tlM Mlowlng 

Tka Board of Dlreclora of the MoubCjUb R«Hre«t Aa*oci«<ioii ba» 
•irawad for a convoratloa on August 12-14. lt«o, with the 
llMWKratlOB of Ita new pTMMOBt. Dr G Grter Davis, being held 
tko OTM^M of A>C««t IS It te hoped that as many momboii of 
tkla flTBoi a« poMlbla will attend 

The Hiatorlral FouadatJon deairea that erery minlater of the 
chareh five aertoaa eoaatdoratloo to keeping a personal reglater 
iBcladittg entrte* of baptteaw. daatha. marriages, etc with a view 
to altiaMUly plarlng thla record In the Historical Foundation 

fTtm— fi <V»ll«>irp. selected by tha Beard of W<Miie«'s Work as 
the wcHthy recipient of lu lltO Birthday oeferlng. will «aa the 
funds to oroet Ma oaly elMorooBi balldlng which In torn will re 
lieva eoac«^lo« ta othar batldtags and help to arcommodate the 
large BVOibOT of students who want to attend thla fnlly accredHo* 
foar-year liberal arts college 

The AnM^r«« Bible Hurtety asks that Pastor* and Elders org*- 
the llaa of th** * hurch organltatlom to start placing Wayatde 
Gospel tHapensers In their communltte* snd that Vacation Chareh 
Schools cooalder the providing of ringpr Fsnos for Illiterate* 
or Ulklng book records for the blind as spcrial projects 

nwi l*r«il»ytPrt4s« Hrhofll of <liH»Ua« K4acatloa In Rlell M O » <. 
Virginia. anilrlpat»Hi s student body of ISO within the nest few 
yoara aad win greatly benefit from the Capital Funds CampaigB 
MItborlMd by ihe General Assembly for itiS More gradaataa of 
thla adMOl go to North Carolina to serve than to any Other Syaod 

, the nine General Fund Agencies do not roeoiTO regular 
Ita! offerings, they depend entirely on the badgeted 
igtrlag of the churches for operating n cada . Our Synod 
gavo tai list M follows 

i^raod s Apportion moat to all 

AaaembiT ■ BaaatwIOBeaa |1.4tS.Sn 

tgraod • ApporiioMBoat to 

Ooaaral Fund AgencliNi Ste.lM 

Bj goi'l Artual rootribullons to 

O— ral Fund AEenrles llt.tH 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



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It is hoped that this picture will not be repeated in IL_^^^ — 
that thoae splendid caaaaa of our church will not have to MBtfBVO 
to do ao much less than thay could be doing 

KecoBsniendatioaa : 

1 That the Churchea of tha Synod aartonaly atndy tha Moda of 
the General Fund Agendea. looking to greater anpport of 
thaoa agenda aa a means of undergirdlng them and making 
Iboir programa more effecttre 

2 Tbnt ponding adoption of this report. Synod hear Dr. C Orier 
Darla. praaldent of the Mountain Retreat Aaaoctatlon 

John G. Parka. Jr.. Chairman 

C. RKI»OHT OF PKRMANKNT <X>MMITTKK 
O.N HKgi KHTH A.\i» DKKKKHKD UIFTS 

B. B. Crow. Chairman 

Yoor Commlttao roporta that it met on March 26. 1»«0 to dta- 
cuaa methoda by which It may beat continue the function aaalgnad 
to It of fnrniahing information to the Synod, and to advla* Indl- 
rtdaal ehurchea and Inatitutions in regard to programs for be- 
qaaata and deferred gifta. reUting to educational inatitutiona and 
otter aganetea of the Synod. 

It wna Ih* foaling of the Committee that, alnce It had prevlona- 
ly diatribntod Informational material aimed primarily at arouaing 
Interest In the eana* of Higher Educational InMltatlona. iu n*»t 
distribution abonid point more generally to tbo eontlnntttg nood 
for such gifts by all of the agencies of the Church It tharaforc 
authortaad the distribution of a bro<hure entitled l>»ngtheb 
Yo«r Shadow" prepared by the Preabyterian Konndation. Inc 
(US ) which calla attention to a number of the causae of the 
Charch. That broehara will be sent to the churchea of the Synod 
aatf to aaloetad attomaya, life laanrance anderwritera and traat 



Your Coaimlttoo aloo foala that It ahoald make It aa elaar aa 
poaalbia to Ua Bonibora of tha Syaod that It ta la ao aaaae at- 
tMitUBS to daplleate the aCorta of the rarloua agaaelaa. aor to 
work at crow purpoaea with aay of them ThU Commlttaa woald 
ike io be looked to as a vehicle throagh which the merabars df 
oor ehereb may mora eaally raoeb tha caaaa. or cmmm. that moat 
appoal to tbam aa a way la whieh tbay eaa baM aarro the Lord a 
RuslneM with bequ««ta aad inferred gifts. 

E. B. Crow. ClMlraMI 

iRICTHWn OF <T»MMfTTKIE O^ mRWTIAX RKI^TIO?!*, 
Rkt. I. How ABB CaanwHK. Chatrmsu 
hM tlM paat yaar tbo Parmancat Coramittac oe Christ las 
S few baM two moatlaga. The Irwt waa la Oraoaabore. N C. 
»t the maw* «r tka OoToMAt OB MoBday. Sapiombar tl mt. at 
n w) a ra Tba aoeoad waa MoB4ay. May t. IM«, at tba Wblta U»mo- 
rial rhurrh in RalelEh. N c at li:M a. Bk 

The majorltj of itrne In both ^ tbaoa meetings waa eaSMimed 
with a dl»ru*»liin of thc»e iiuaalblii areas to wbleh tba 
might give attentum and eoaearalng which wa might 
helpfully and effectively to SfBOi. T» tbJa aB4 tlM C«»mmlttaa 
rnak*^ ih»> rotlowlni report and foaaBMBa^dafltm*- 



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Ri*purt: 

1 Th# STBod of North Carolina, through the Commute^ ..n 
ChrtJlin RSSlon. h.. be*n represented .t the following Semi- 

°*"Th« Rural Church Seminar. Washington. DC- by Mr. Columbu. 
Mayo Layman. Member of the Tarboro. N C . Church 
ma Churchmen.! Waahlngton Seminar. Waahlngtoa. O C. by 
Ui. Kr John D Smith. Pastor of First Presbyterian Church 
of Morganton. N. C 
Til. World Affairs Seminar, Washington. D. C. and New York. 
N. T. by VheST Howard Chadwlck. Paator of We.tminater 
Presbyteftan Church. Charlotte, N. C 
Bach of these men submitted detailed reporU to the ChrUtlan Rela 
"m Committ- and each Is arallable '^^ •»«»;!' '•'•^rU or '^^ 
dreaaas on these or kindred BubJ«ts to Tarlous groupa throughout 
tha Synod 

1 The Christian Relations Committee of Orange ^*»^y^^/J. 
under ?he Salrman-hlp of the Re. J?^ P^ »?. O-rH^"^ Jjf ^ 
on November 10. 1»B». at Camp New Hop*, a One^y InaUtule on 
Christian Relations." This Institute is «>'n™«°f«<» V^ *»»* ^'^"'^ 
for study by the presbyteries with a Ttew to similar action 

I. Cognisant of its place In Synods ''^^•'"""^SU^LTi^iJl 
of Its obligation to Synod, this Commute* Is "o* »*^« Jti ^S^S 
tlon for studie.* In the coming year whhh wll be "^l^rtfj^ *?. ^"f 
sVnod of IMl To this end the Commltti^ would request the dlrec- 
fiwlynod reUtWe to any specific areas to which study snd at- 
tantlon may be given. 

Rw-ommrwdalloai : 

1 Alcohol and Alcoholism: 

( 1 . That the Synod of N Ocall •! lent ion to !«»™'»l'«^j;^J^',"^ 
rhurchea of the Synod to the <-o«P~^t!!J?.^2f^Jiii of 1»54 
tian Relations Committee on thta "J^ »» *JlJ,^,**L **Ji' 
a copy ..f which wa« sent to each f'f*' Uf J^'*"* °' **'"****'• 
snd that thU report be commended for r»-at««y 

(2. Thsl the Synod of N C. commend- to «f/»»«"^" *•*• "If^J 
rials and services provided by the Committee on A>co»ioltem of 
The North Carolina Council «f Churches P*'^*'^-**'"' j" »J* 
form of one^lay Institutes available for almost »«y commoBlty 
■t an almost negligible coat 
(31 That the Synod of N C apprise the ministers that full scholsr- 
' IJii to thJ Yale School of Alcohol Studio ar. avaU^f^ »° J^'^ 
. quaUflad minister who can take tha \]^ •^^^•^^J^ 
and urre sf many ministers aa poMlM* to take adraataca 9t 
this opportunity 
■ 4t Thst the Synod of N. C commend her legislative and govarn- 
'*' I'ntal JfffcUU and all other responsible for »b«* »«*. wh«n. 
public funds are msdo avsllablp to assist In combatting the dls- 
sass of Alcoholism 
<K. TK.i ih. <!vnod of N C •!«• lU communicants to unite In ina 
•" SniJl'ng'eS^U to'^r^a.'iTalghoI^fjr •'•;«;; '"•J f.-fh*; 
the use of tested snd apprwrf mathoda of daallng with this 
daagcroas slckne«f» 

crrmirttrr- N C. Charloita. Mkl DwtHB. which have taUh- 



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liahed succeasfully Councils on AlcoholUm. the Synod of N C^ 
orgM aucb of Its communicants aa are particularly Interested 
and quallfled to Uke the initiative in the formation of • CouncU 
" A^Johollsm m every community In the State of No^h Caro- 
lina of above 16.000 p<»pulatlon wh.re one does not already 
exitt thailn communllies smaller than this •*•• "f'*"-**'"" 
b« underUken to provide a County Council on Atooholtsm: and 
that m communities where such councils alraUy "^^i^. ', 
tera and communicants consider volunteering to Implement 
the work of these Councils. 
2 That in this election year Synod call to the attention ol pw- 
ton and Beaaions their responsibility to remind the "»•««»•",« 
their ^ngregations of their Christian obligation to use the ballot 
reaponalbly according to the Christian belief and ethic 

S That In order to Improve the tense and critical race and per- 
sonal reUtlons of our day. Synod recommend to paatora and c»»«"-h*« 
that lines of communication between conflicting groupa be strengtB- 
ened where they exist, and established where they do not eilat. 

4 That the Synod commend for study by paston* and SeaaloM 
tha'raport <rf the Committee on Christian Relations toJ»>e GeMWU 
Awwntrlr. •"<» «»>* Message to the Nation presented by the Mod 
erators of the Praabyterlao Churches. IS and UPU8A 

5. That Synod encourage atundance at the Raleigh Churchmena 
Seminar to be conducted during the year IMl 

e That this Synod reiterate the request of the Synod of lS5t 
relative to the or^nltatlon of Chrlatlan ReUtlon>i Committees with- 
in Preabyterlea. 

7. That the following repreaenUtlTea to IMl Seminars he ap- 
proved : 

Rural Churchmen's Seminar 

Mr Charles Hunter. Charlotte. N C- . ^ ,. 
Mr. Robert Lee Corbett. Maccleafleld. N. C. lAltamata*. 
Chnrctanaa'a Waahlngl/* Bwnlnar 

The Rev B. T. ThMipaoa. Jr.. Shelby. N. C. 

The Rev Frank T. Lsmmon. Raleigh. N. C. (Altemale). 

World Aftalra Sanlnar; 
Tha Rav. W. C. NelU. Aberdeen. N. C. 
The Rev Murphy Smith. .New Bern. N. C (Alternate! 

t. That VMldlni the conalderatlon of this report Synod hear a 
hrM iitatwimit by Mr Worth Williams of the Greensboro Connrll 
onAksohollMB. and an address by the Rev B. Frank Hall on "Tha 
ChrlaU^i la Iha Atomic Age ^ ^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ 

PERMAXK!«T MKiHFK KIH « .4TION 4I>V1*4r>HY 
(No Report la lf«0> 



PKKMA\EMT <t»MMiTTKK OS HOMKH 
Rgv JCTBT C. McCAnn, Chmirmmm 



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Toar Ooauytlao ea Hoaiaa bmI April 25. IMt. at PrMhftartaa 
lto£ la HlSfSLirwIth sU a^aihaf. pra«-nt Mr Rkhard Short 
Ikaeatlve DIraetw <rf the Preabyterlan Home, reported that tha 



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rorwari Fund C«mt>*l«D for caplul improT«in«aU tfcroofh March 
II ItM tod produced t4«8.SOS (SI » p«t*Bt) In ptedsM «« tbe «o*l 
of' I7SC9M •uthorl«»d b> the Synod Th«M p«rc«ntAgM brok^u 
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Mr BiMMl y'-<« pointed out that the Home ■ fixed ■wwls had lncr«*»»d 
froM tlMJM •l«ht y*mn mgo to IMl.OM today. In view of thU It 
!■ th« bop* of th« Board of Truite«i that In iplt* of the fact the 
Forward Fund 4M Mt reach Its go*!. errangemeBU ea« be » a4a^to 
borrow ■uffirtent money to begin conet ruction of the macb aeedea 

a44ttton to the Home. ^ ^ w . u _^ 

The Rev Aibart B. MK'lure. Director of the Oivhmna Horn*. 
Kave a general ra^ert on the work of the Home. He pointed wt 
that the trend to to Incorporate the life of the Home more Into tto 
life of the commoaUy aa to evidenced by the tatacratlon « »• 
Btodent body and (to atblatlc program Into the TrojitM jeb^ 
He tadlrated that the Home operated laat y«r witbMl debt. b«t 
etated that there to perennial neMi for capital |«P'^^™»f'^„,. „ 
Dr R H Stoaa. OwlrraaB of the Board of Truateaa ©f 2"^»»»*f 
Black Home, praaairtad a written r«.p*.rt on William Black Home 
brtaglB< o«t Ito fact that the Home ronttnaee to mlate^r to tae 

■lOBli o( tto Byaod in a very fine way. 

iTte tto hope^the OPMUttee on HoM. t^ ««"»«J i^JTS 
la oar HoflMa will be maiUraat througboat the Synod, and wart ac 
theae HeiMa will be promoted throagh the prayera and gifta ac 



■ Ttot iynod expreaa lU apprectotlon to the leademhlp of th*- 
HlMti and tbMk tbene la ctorge of the management of tne 
Hovaa for ttoir i^laniM aarrtoaa. 

t Thai Synod be called upon to andarglrd the curreat e«f«i*> K^'^ 
ZrmmU tto Preabyterlan Home, aad c*ll to the attention of 
iheSynod ttot Meaara Short aad Sharpe are available to pre^ 
eeni the rauae of tbe Piaabytertaa Home apoa requMt 

S That Synod note that wblle BaHam Sprlnga Orphanage haa 
baan operating In tbe black, there to a p*'rennlal need for capl 
tal Improvementa 

4 Tbat tynod Uke cognisance of the Inrreaalng popularity of the 
WlllUm Black Hob» which to doe to Ita Konarona boepliallly 

i. That pending the adoption of thia Report f ^lOd toar "'„^ » 
Watt. Chairman of the Board of Tru.teee of Pmibyterlan Home. 
and the Rev. Albert B. McClure. Superintendent of the (TiH 
dren ■ Home ^^^^ ^ UcCa%:*. Chairmen 



I. 

M, C Benton. Jr . Prealdent 

It ia alwaya a real plaaaure to report auceeaeful aad rewarding 
aebloeOMMit It to wore plpaalng. however, to note genuine opt - 
an4 n bricbt. bappv oallook for the future Thto communt- 
la Intantfad to do both, for ibe Home haa been abuadaatly 
thto {Met twelve moatto. 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



1« 



Kellclowa Life 

Rellcloaa anrture has b#eD and atiu to OBO oC tha major 
for tbe Home • exlaience It is our bnalaaaa to aaa th^ ttaaa 
children are •brought up in the admonition and nurture of the 
Lord". Cottage parenta. on their own and together with the mtnla- 
ter. have been cooducilag family prayer* and reliKtoaa worablp 
in the cottagee Each Sunday morning family prayers are condnct- 
^ In the dining room by the Superintendent or aome member of 
ih*- itaff ClaaeM are held each year and •ometlmea twtoa a year 
for boya and glrla who want to unite with the ( hurcb Tto Sanlor 
Hlgb Fellowthip meets every Sunday aa dooa tba Ptonaw fTOnp. 
In addition to the regular Sunday morniag worablp aarrtoaa tbara 
18 a aervlce each Wedneaday evening and througboat tbe year 
spectol weeka of reilglou» emphaato have been olwerved on tba 
ram pa*. 

Mciiool 

.May, IIIO, will complete tbe Brat full High 8chi>oI cycle la the 
ontoltdatad acbool. Tbto year'a Senlora entered aa Freahmen at 
Troutmaa aad bare raceived their entire High School courae In 
th^ new totting The principal and teachera of the acbool give 
Kood report for the Barium boya and girla In their retatlonahlp 
to the acho**! in It* vartou« a<niTlti«»« The tranaltlon baa been 
much better than antlcipatKMl and. therefore, mora flrmly con- 
vince* oa that tt waa and !■ the correct procedure for the Hone. 
It attll will Uke »omp time to And how beat to meet the needa of 
the bojra and girl* in thla broader and new relatlonahlp to the 
ouUlde community and the lupeHntendent and atalf are atlll work- 
ing hard to dlacover them 

Tbe varalty uporta program waa changed from the Home to 
the High School kt Troutman and a dectoton waa made to tranafer 
Kfadea Ave through eight to the Troutman aehool next year Thto 
deciaion had ita effect on the life of the campaa and the ebanve- 
over haa demanded a great many new waya of doing thing* and 
the nec«»«ilty for contlnaed new planning Such plana aad pro 
cednrea alwaya have their momenta of anxiety Aa the year cloaaa. 
we can aee no reaaon to regret thto major declaton but atlll con- 
sider It to b« tba right path for tbto laatltutlon to follow 

FarlHtlee of the campaa lafinnary and of the doctora In Trout- 
man and the Davto HoapUal't entire earvlcea have been aaed dar- 
ing tbe year for the boya and glrla. Alao. there haa been the work 
of the dentlat twlc« a week in the dental program. Including ortho- 
dontia The it'neml baalth of the campaa to good and for that we 
are pr^iHiadly grateful 

Annnnl pbvatral examloatlona were held Regular ebota were 
given — potto, typhoid, tetanaa. and others tbat are recommended 
for tbe baalth aad well-being of growing boys aad girto 

HtM»e Farilllie* aad Kambev of <1«iMr«>a 

At the preaent time we have 17S children oa the campaa with 
facllltlee available for approitmaiely Sio Tbraa of the cottagea 
are alxty year* or older aad plana are now nndarway to replace 
one of theae darlag the eomlns yanr. 

The enrollment at Barium Spi^ga baa drappad from atMt tit 

>r ten rears ago to the p r ea an t anrollmant trf 171 Aeeordlag to 

the beet Infurmatloa. It appaara tbat tbe admlaatoaa are badnntm 



SM 



MINUTES OF THE 



to level off and that the next few year, will aee a continued enroll 
ment at about the preaent level. The apace of the Home could b* 
filled In thirty days if all the appllcatlona received were admitted 
However, the administration la atlll admitting only thoae who arc 
a part of the Preabyterlan Church directly or Indirectly and who 
have the full approval of the local Preabyterlan Church In the 
community from which the application eomea. 

' ' Fiiuuicra ^ 

A total of $318,391 was received Into the "OP*"*!"* f""**"?' 
the Home during the flacal year ended September 30. 1"» O* 
thla amount |l»0.or6 or %0%. came from the Presbyterlea and 
we are moat grateful for this generous support. We »r« Indeed 
grateful for all the wonderful support from every aource A 
schedule of receipts follows: 



North Carolina Presbyterlana — Synod 

The Duke Endowment 

Trust Funds 

Memorial Educational Fund 

EHvldenda and Interest 

iBdlvldaals and Organisations 

Parents. Relatives, etc 

Sale of Farm. Dairy and Orchard Products 

Other Income 



$l»0,02e 

11,187 

15.8f» 

2.4S4 

20.127 

- 17.360 

20.»I8 

29.S02 

8.188 

|818.Sfl 



Total expenses for the year amounted to $28i.747 for an an- 
naal "per capita cost" of slightly over $ 1.800 This cost Is In lln. 
with other Institutions of comparable site and quality of program 

A thirty-five acre campus with more than three doten building* 
require* the time and money, putlcalarly when the buildings are 
old and tremendous to slse. Tb« gnmt struggle with the el«nents 
at timas aiinn to ovt-dliAMiM tli« foreM In the fight against 
erosion aad daprMUUoB. Tli« SapwiatmitfMit of thl» department 
reports that the aawer ajratrai sad ••»«€ tank are functioning 
well that the water systam eOBttaaM to be a problem; that th« 
heat from the central heating plant has bean satisfactory darteg 
the yeor; aad that the plectrlc lines on the campus hava oaan 
malntateod. Ha balleves the buildings In the malntenaoce program 
ar* aboat par thoagh there are many repairs yet needing to be 
dOtt«. ftoasa aow fall In the emerKenry rlans Bathrooms ba»e 
koaa taatallad la Lottie walker, palntlnn has b««en done la varioas 
battdtaga tiMlda and out. kitchenn b«v»* b«^n overhauled la eaaspas 
dwelllags and many accomplishments have boaa made. Faralturp 
baa baea put In the various cottages where It waa ao sorely naaded^ 
Thte prt^ran will continue through the coming year aat U all 
cottages heve been madp iittliifactory and new furnltura haa ba^ 
placed 

The Board haa approved tlia propoaal of the City of Sutaavllle 
for bringing a water llaa to Barlam Springs and has also aatbor- 
tted new mains and linaa on the eampea. 

Naw e«NMtr«etiOB oa Uia eaaipaa tacladea a vwtmmlag pool 
whl^ te BOW praatSaiA la vlaw of ikm aew water anpply. and new 
ataff apartmaata to raplaca the Boyd baildlaf . W* ara eoaidaat 
that oar aaxt report will abow these factltttaa eoaiptatad aad la 
use 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



If7 



0>Brlusloa 

Thla report would not be complete If It failed to . _ 
acknowledge End thank the many members of the Board, who 
travel from the far cornera of the State, to attend the maetlaga 
and aaalst In establishing policies for the Superintendent aad hia 
excellent staff. The two regular meetings were well att^dad 
and each of the operating committees, after giving much time and 
attention to the problem* at hand accomplished their aiulirnraeBta 
in a superior manner 

The optratlon of the Home at Barium Springs Is a trt'mendoua 
task The financing of this program takes money This Horn* 
holds membership In the Southeastern Conference, In the North 
Carolina Conference, and In the Preabyterlan Association of Child 
Caring Inatltutiona It la a chartar memb#r of the Child Care 
Project for In-servlce training It saaka avery opportunity for Ita 
staff membem to be in touch with praaaat day thinking In the 
child caring procedures. 

As stated at the beginning of thla report, the Board is happy 
ladeed and well pleas#»d with the paat year'a operations The 
program has been well planned and the plan well axecuted The 
Superintendent and meml>ers of the staff have proven again to be 
capable, dedicated people, and have truly accompltshad a remark- 
able job In behalf of the children 

Therefore. It Is with sincere gratitude to Almighty Ood and with 
a great aenae of dependence upon Him that we, concluding one 
yaar, look forward to the new year in which we flad oaraalvea 
aerrlBC the Church and the great Head of the Church by mtaister- 
Ing to the boys and girls of the home 

M. C. Baotoa. Jr.. PrMldent. Board of RegenU 

PresbyteHaa C>rf»hMiiN' Home Budget IMI 



Administration 
HoQsehold 

Health 

Bducatloa . -.. 

Plant Operation A Maiatanance .____. 

Kxtra Institutional Senrlea* .. 

Farm. Dairy, Orchard 

Major Repairs and Replacemeata 



I »l,t80.»« 

126,800.00 

t, 700 00 

24.000 00 

40.760.00 

•,180.00 

. 41.009.00 

. 4t,9«e.00 



IMO-«l 

t il.4K«.0« 
188.t*«.fO 

io.»*«.te 

1I.«00.00 
40.0««.M 

io.7e«.*o 

41.f0«.9« 



1188.880 00 t8t7,8l90« 



1. The PresbyteHaa Ha as e . lar. 
J. B Watt. Prt»i4fnt 

The Board of Trustees reapectfully reporU the major activities 
of the Home for the past year. 

The Board met for two regular and one call sMwIon aad the 
Bxacattve Committee met six times for the transaction of bnsineaa 
during 1959 

The books were audited by the A M Pullen aad Oaaipaay, C^rtl- 
lad Public Accountants. Oreennboro, N C . and tha aadit ahows < ap 
tUI worth of $1,186,861 22 as of December 31, IHf. This report 
»bov« a gala in capital for the yaar af |tM.81i.S4. Of thto aasoaat. 
S14I.174.«6 waa payments recelvad aa pl a dga s to th* P^Brward Paad 
(Batldlag Paad) 



8TNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



ICS 



MINUTES OF THl 



Tfc*r* w*Tt 20 B#w adBi»««»«o«. 1» dMtliB. •nd a lol»l of 101 pt^r 

"SkTi:fA"'lwV?i -rtbly .^rvice of Mr W H I^hUI-b, o«r 
b«lor«d pr«sM«Bt and \mi*r in the development of the Home, was 
brooKbt «o »» •»*• BaaMw hl» other Usttng rontriboUwMto the 
eli«r<"h, civic aad bi»tB«M alfalr*. the Home towem as ft ywwiaat 
mwptnial to thU man whow tn»pir«tloD gen<-ro«ity. warratb de 
tcminatloo and ttn«»lltohB««a m fully perw.n!fle» the dignity and 
fallDMa of UtIdk and the loftl«at tralla of ideal rltl»ent<hip 

On Joly 8. 1»6». Mr Milton F*aaxlu>U of the American Tlly Burisau 
((and raising firm) concludwl hl» mrttem on b»fc»»f of tbs Forward 
PvBd Campftlfta for t75O.0O«.0O. ^ ^ 

IB SMuSilbSf Mr J. D. B«ftty. Raleigh. North Carolina. »■< Mr 
H Jack Sharpc'. TboMMTllla. North CarollBa. war* •aP^r»d a» 
follow^p men for the eftWpftlca. A import of the Forward FBBd » 
|limrnBB ■■ nf Marrh SI. If CO. follown 

PaM 



Klas* MMwUla 
MeefelMi^urf 




TOTALI 



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31.44IXT 
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4.»t«l« 
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l».4S2» 
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44,«aSM 

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•It 



Too will BoU that only two rrMoytenaa. UtBiiCB MmI WI 

H,t-„ ^^ siosstii tkoir oteJaeUvc. There arc oBly 117 ewvAss 
tram ByBOd wfco tavo roportad oa their participation In the Forward 

Plana and ■peclUcallons for the Mw r M l 4 f e s wlB*. ^^J*^ ** 

MSB. Bftd aa iBAraMry »!■«. bo««Uig M fcoBflUl ■• <■. m^; 

BBprvTod by yo«r Bo*rd •« Trmstoa*. Tb« Boftrl M* BpfrovBd 

-- ^tb the conBtraetkMi If proper flnanclng can •# ar 

™«rtBt ths pMt two year, maajr pM»la have Ttoltad the Horn. 
BBd i nnT otkoTB hatra learned abotit th« Hona. Howarar. wa racog 
«««» »^«i tiMra ara atlU many who do BOt lt«»w of the Homa. Maj 
ws BTM yo« to nm the Home indlTtdoally or »B groups ae that 
VHB naT Miwa tally ■Bderttsod the work of the Home 

Mr It rwUrtT™*"^* rnrertor and Mr Jark Sharpa. DIractor 
of PaWk lUlftttoas, or any njemher of the Board, ara r«Btfy and 
waltlBS tar TOUT call to tell the story of tha H^BO. 

TlIaBoM* 01 Traataaa wishes to take this oMortSBlty to «»r«os 
tU BMTMlftUM f«r tlM BBPport that fmi !»▼• iH« thoBi »■<»«* 
- TMr ewUB««« prayars. iBtarBSt B»d aapport ara bsi^ 

J. B. WatT. Fre»i4ent. Board of Tmstee. 

Tlie rr*^byt<-Ha« Moww", l»r. 

IM* ItM IMI 

t I HjmM I St.M«.M t tCJM M 

n.mM «,?•••• iU55^ 

44JM.M MJNM fi'^t 
UJt—M 4t.lM.M M.IMIH' 



M 



Mtttub«rs of tita U^ne 

Prmbyiarlrti'"*^- — . 

Mother's Day 

Other 

Total For Year 



Antlrlpated laross* 19<ll 

$131,100.00 



ti.Mt.M 

lt.M«.M 



tU 



|U4.71Mt 

M.OM.M 

lt.Mt.M 

I.Mt.M 



|18i.lM.M |M«J4«.M 



a. 



TiM* MilUam lll«4 k Hum<-. I«r. 

Rev. R. H. Stone. Preaident 
IB coBTBylBg to the Synod of North CarollBa a «••!»'* O"]^;* 
atalra of tba WllUam Black Home, Inc . at Moatreat. N. C. yoar 
Trustees would again ezpr«8a thalr gratitude to you and to Ood 
for the privilege of having somotblng to do with the affairs oi 
the institution that Is rendering such a fine aervlca to many Indl- 
rWuals of the Synod and to some beyond our bounda 

l*he year l»&i was a profllabla one In aev«ral partlcBlara. for 
tha niMi of the Conferent es the rooms were filled and maay aitra 
c«ma In for meals because of tha excellaat culalBe^ There was 
iplendld co<n»eratlon between the management and thoae srno 
worked utider their direction Year by ytar the popularity of the 

institution incrasMB. t«.,.ii„^ 

Before the aaBM>B opasad floae aaMled equipment was Installed 
,n the kltchan Other repairs and i l fi B Ml gBts wera «J«^ 

For aavaral ream the coat to tha faaots has remataad ■««>»«»«- 
ed Tha If It •ea.on experienced a aiBch amallar marglB of pront^ 
Daa to taeraaaaa m salsrie. wagw food, aad aarrleaa. yoar Board 
tar tha ir« Uma in several ysrs made a alight iBcraaae la ratea 

for the If 80 aaMOB. . ,^^_ •«.■«-., 

Mra A H Moora. who for the paat two years baa haaa MbbW. 
will operate the Home sg»in for the lt«i' sea*-?! Mra. R. H. WBR- 
maa of R F D No 3 Matthews, N C has b««n raealTlBg 
vi^toaa BgalB this year and gU»m a splendid report of »he rfqt 
for room, and meali during the approaching season The Homa 
will b# ot»«n f«.r luesiii about the 16th of Jane and will contlnaa 
threagh the (Vmferenre si-ason ..... w n- 

Followmg i> the financial report which baa been audited by Dr 
F L Jarksan Certlflwl lubilr Accountant, of I>>][^^^> [* ^ 

The White Fund ha* {nvli»d two guasU frO« M^ M ^"•^**g* 
Pr«hyterl0S for th». tH-rlod Auitu.i 4-10 thirlW »• ^*J™ ~* 
tOMtOB Conference the Home wUl h« fl»»<l ^^tfc aashOTB 01 W 
HOBM Mlaalon family and tha Whita FaBd gaeaU. ^ , , _ . ._ 

Wa tha Trmataaa. covet your prayMa aa wa make fatara oacia- 
ioaa for tha aialBtaBance and oporatloa at tha Hona. 

Respectfully submitted, 

R. H Stona. Praaldeat 

of Traataaa. WllUam Black Honsa, Ib« 



Total For TaOT 



IIHJMM IllSlfff* Wff4«ff« 



Htatr»e«t of V.mminu* •««* K»pc»aa 
The WUUaM B4*rk Hoaar. lacor^^ralai 

Jaaaary »l. Ifif— J»«»»ry I' '••« 

RKC1IPT8: 1 _^ ^ -, 

om Trinity f»ra^k]Ptortaa CharA. 

Charlotte I - — - 

Olft— WMMS Of tko CliBrehaa 

of tlM iraoi 

(Hft— CoMoHl Prwibytonr 

totoTMl am Kotoa - 



I lift 

Ttft 
tft 

. ltl.17 



170 



MINUTES or THE 



IntfTMit on Bonds 107.60 

CHTldeadi on SavingB lOf.li 

TraMf«rT«d from While Fund 81. 7t 

Profit from Conference Seuon Operatlont •>7.2S 



DISBUR8KMBNT8: 

Insarance 

Entertaining Ouecta (White Fund) 

Adminiatration ^ . 

Tniate« TraTal — —— — 

Audit 

PMelity Bond 

Purnlabinga ft Equipment Replacemant 
Telephone, Poatat«. L<ock Box 
Oat of Seaaon Expense 
Transferred to Contingent Reaerre 
Bank Charge 



ISCS.66 

443.60 

260.00 

tt.4» 

to.o« 
•rto 

Sffi.06 
4* 86 

zeo.so 

26C.45 

.11 



Il.t48.f6 



Excess Expense Over Income . 



|2,C27.7S 
I 178.83 



CASH RECONCILIATION 

INCRKASK: 

Balaaee. January 11. 1168 8l«.«01 «« 

Paid on principal of notes 2.800.13 

Bond matured 300.00 

Contingent reserve iacreaa* -. H1.46 

" 111.468. 24 

DMCttMAME 

Smw IMUM mada $8,000.00 

DacrMM Whtta Mamorial 

aeeuBulatad raaarve 88. 7t 

Excess Expense over Income $7t.ti 

I 8.717.f8 

Balance. Janaary 18, 1880 I16.740.82 



BALANCE SHEET 
ASSETS: 

Cash In checking accounts 



•tt.tc 



North wMtern Bank 
Securltjr Bank 



884. If 
•68.17 



Caah In aavtaga accounts 

Gate City Bank I 4.102.48 

Home Federal 

A Savings 10.846. 10 



Recelrable 
Pr<?«bYtery 6% Bonds 
Laads 

Baildlngi 

Puralshings and Equtpmeat.. 



f 14.747. 6t 



7.932 84 

8.000 00 

8.000.00 

81.000.00 

n.ooo.oo 



1148.878.80 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



Itl 



LIABILITIES: 

Wbltfl Memorial Fund — Principal 
White Fund Accumulated Earnings 
Coattngent Reserves 
Accumulations and Surplus 



1 10.000 00 

846.10 

10.102.48 

126.826.70 



1140.873.20 



G RKPORT OK THE <t>MMiTTKK ON INTKIWHIIU'H 

RKIJITIOXR 

Rev LAwaK!«ric 1. 8t«j, Chairman 

Synods Committee on Inter^hurch R^t*"""': ^,^ " A*' 
malor function, the Implementlnn of the Synods concern In the 
North Carolina Council of Churches 

Tht. h>« h««n done by hearing reports from the Rev Morton 
Ku.^ a «L^r of our own SynJl. who U the Executive Olrector 
X thtNoSTcarolin. Council Mr KurU called f"*""«« tTTnd J 
to tla work with Mlgranu being carried on by the Council, and to 
the ttadtea in Alcohol Education Just getting under way. 

tUmm were made by our official repreaenUtlvea AtteadiBg the 
im WuJ? of IhT North Carolina Council. Mr. H L*«^y CteJr.n. 
and tSiRev George Webb A large number of other Pf«»^rlans 
trindil the mlilng. and Mr. H.rold J Dudley was elect^ Pre.1^ 
diat of the UalSd Church Women of the N C (^«««»»-„ M*«r ^ 
our MlalaUra aad member, serve on the varlou. commltteea of 
the CoaaeU la Ita raHe* actlritles ^ . .. 

' Tte Ooamittae studied the aartoaa preMam of the f»»««" « 
t JsWodto meet In full Its badgot for tk. support o* t»»e North 
Srollna Council and the seriou. hurt reaultlng. in the work of 
the CooBcll 

AS an immediate remedy, the Committee could P"»PO^««» ^ that 
tbV 8fB04 ario Uo charchaa to aiaM ihalr apporttoam^t in full. 
M tMs^a^S««^ f»w •oareoa of reroaaa open to it. aad so much 
responsible work to da _ ^ ... w w t.i 

The IMl meeting of the N. C. Couadl of Churches will be held 
la the White Memorial Church of Raleigh. January 31 February 1. 



Ref-omnevdatlone : 

1 Th.l the following he aamed as t?* o«f'^'*» rjj'!?^;!}!^ 
of Synod to the IMl meeting of the N^/*^ Carolina Cfl««Mlo« 
fTiurchee Rat I^wreace I. Slell. Rev. Albert O. Idwarda, Mra. 

K»r! BurMandt 

2. That Synods Council aad SjrBOd »» .'•W*^ *l"^*,5Jl 
panaeat of 11.038 86 to the Revolvlag Salary .f'^fj"^^^,*'?' 
iSS^ for thl. committoe obligatory only after all «jtkw oMIgatlon. 
within the budget of the Committee have been met la ran. 

1 That f^lovlag the ado^ioa ol thl« report. Syaod liaar fro« 
Mr. Kar«M J. Dadloy. ^TmiimAjd t^ United Church Wm. €t 
the NorU Carollaa Coaaetl of Charchea. aad the Rev Morton R. 
Kara, Ixacativa Director of tho Coaaell 

Lawbk.'ics STKti.. Chmirmam 



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MINUTES OF THE 
I. INTKR-CHllW H KKLATION8 ACXX)UIIT 

Ktll«licl«l Ht«4«'«BfBt 

JanamiT 1 — Dtrember 31. Ifit 



From PraabyterlM : 1M9 

▲IbMBATlC I IM.H 

CoM«r« I6»»« 

rm7«tt«TUl« 171.44 

OnuiTUlc _„ 117. SI 

KlBCs MonnUlB — .«. 111. ft 

M«ckl«Dbarf - - »«t.78 

Oruc* 4tl 11 

WtlmlBCtoB 171.07 

WiDKton-Salem _— — - 114.71 

ToUl from Prcibrteriea tl,6S8 08 

Lms 1% Eqaalliatton Puod Distribution 121.03 

t2.411.7S 
iTroB Otber SoarcM: 

L. Rtebftrttoon, 8r., Trast Fand 10.00 
Iur«Bd froB B««allistlOB r«D<! llf.tS 
Sapport tnm ■•volvtsg Salary Fund 

TOTAL BBCnPTt -. 11.648 08' 

•ta: 

Allied Cbnrcb Laacue I 

N. C. Coaaell of Churcbes 1,648.01 

11.648.08 

lUMMARY or STATEMENT 



t 168.18 

111.10 
110 17 

112 26 
100.24 
606.0: 
I00.I2 
160.75 
111.03 


11.117.77 
106.88 


11.011.81 

100.01 
1.010.0& 


$3,117.65 

81.000.00 
1.600.00 


11.600.00 




later-riiarcii 



Wor MCCC 

Raral Ckarek Comrocatloa 

Alcohol Bdaeatlon 

Rapajrmcnt to RavolTlBg telary Paad. 



81,600.00 

100.00 

1,000.00 

1.010.06 



IMI 

14.000.00 



1.600.00 




$6,730.06 $6,600.00 



of »>pfaaaatatlTaa to N C C C 

CoBioUttaa Espaaaat 

Kxpaaaaa of R^ r aaa a t aUr aa o« N C C 
CofliBitttaa 



TOTAL BUDGET 



I 100.00 
200.00 

100.00 

$ 600 00 
$0,81006 



$ lOO.OO 
100.00 

400.00 

$ 700.00 
$0,100.00 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 171 

S. HICJHLiOHTS OK THK N. V. tt)l !«1L OF CHrRCinW 

Tha North Carolina CooncU of Cbarchea' Annnal A^embly waa 
held January 25-27 1960. at Covenant PraabyUrlan ( hareh. 
Charlotte Exeelleni spf-aker*. good atteadaace. and report* or 
profrea. In «»v.r.l art-aa made thl. a highly ••<*«!•'"« ^'Tl^ 
in *v^ry way Th* «up*rb fa«llltJ«i of C«TeBaat ghareh a44ed 
to th* pl«aayrt- of ihtme pre*«»nt \ 

Prwbyt^rlan. newly eltried lo high poaU were; \oU O"»nora. 
Southern Fln.^« Second Vlce-Fre.ldanf. ^^^-^YvLL^Jireh 
Ralel«h. Of-n-ral Chairman of th^ Department of »»«*•<* ^^^^^ 
Womi^n and Fourth Vlr«^Pr«.lden! of »h^^Councll:L Howard 
Chadwlck. (harlotte, member ai large on the BxafUtlTe Board. 
and George M Webb. Shelby. Chairman of ^Ja P»atoral Mlalatry 
Comrolaalon and Program Chairman for the 1001 ^""'y , "°~; 
over member, of ihe Execatlve Board Include Mra P^ Hunter 
Dalton High Point. Secretary; Harry M Moffett Jr . Gaatonla. 
B Frank Hall Wilmington. Mr. R A Willi. Monroe; John R 
Canatagbam i harlotte; Harold J Dudley, Ralelgb; Kelaey Regea. 
Darham: and Morton R KurH. the Council Director 

Dt Akaiar C Moore, newly alaeted Praatdeat of the Conaoll 
4atad College. Laurlnbarg. broaght the addraaa at tha laacheon on 
Taaaday, January 20. 

Program feature* of the 1060-00 year Included: 
tliHiiUaa Kdneatloa 

A camping Inatltate for leader, held April «•-"•*»••••* 
Ca«P Martha Lore: College Work Committee •OOMOratf tha Sta- 
4mt Cbrtatlan Coancll which held two con^*"**** ^•^J***^? 
leaders Recreation Committee iponaored workahOfi m Chariatta 
and Wilmington enrolling 88 chnrchwi, »»^«« f'^SiiJ fJ vT 
Maatary aad high echoola were enrolled la Weekday BIhIa taach- 
tac mngrmm* UC Y M (high achool yoath program) eoaUaaad 
ta grow, holding iprlng tetreat. training confera«aa. aad coordl- 
aatlag work of local councila, Jerry Blevlnii —rwt aa IMrector 
ta Youth W^ork for the Coaaell. 

go^ai Action 

•fha Al'-ohnl rommltfe* sponsored three voT^akopa In <be fall 

«( tflf at Gardner- Webb f^illege. MorgaatOB. aa4 WSlaon Two 

Otkara were held lo Mav of this year at Burlington aad M waha a d 

City The Commlltee drew up a ttaticraent of purpoaa •^^ pMM 

eurveys In several rltlfs tn det..rm)ne the eitent of teen-age dliBh- 

laa The Human Rftlatlons rommltte.. inUiati*d interranal r<MlBd- 

Uhle meetings In Durham and Raleigh with other, planned Thraa 

regional Inatltoteii at AsheTlll- Oreenaboro, and Uoldsboro ware 

held in Mat I §40 sp^.nsore<J by the Instltullonal Ministry Com^ 

mitte*. »h* thern^ Thp Minister and Troubled Pf»ople World 

Affalm' Workuhops al « hat>el Hill and Hlu.' Hldgr= w^r*. »«•*" f^ 

aponsored h* thp National and World Affairs Committee, wht^ 

aleo draft*^ a staiement on world Isaufn adopted by the Aaawy 

Ansembly Questionnaires .,n iMues t>f r<.r.rerii to rhuffh paoVW 

were B*nt to eandldatr.* f<ir governor by the Public Affaire CoBl- 

raittte th'.ii upring ised riothiBg for ufBtBia a g'rtto * aoBtlaaaa to 

ha collected bv the Coan<-li A staff paraoB t« aaTTi the Importaat 

Baede of thill rommlsslon esperislly IB the Braaa of AlcohollaBI 
nod Human Relat.ona » *• approired hy the AaaamhIy p«'ndl«g 
aafficieat DnaDclal report 



ITI 



MINUTES OF THE 



Rcumeaical K«*l«tloaa 

Tb« BvaBcelism rommitte* aponsored. In cooperation witk th« 
Nattonal Parka MlntHtry. a aacceaaful aerlea of aunimer woralitp 
a«rvic«a for camper* in I>oughton Park on the Blu« Ridge Park- 
way. The profram will be contlnaed thia aummar. A Charck 
BolldlBC and Architecture workehop la set for November 8 Im 
Charlotte, aponaored by the Inter-Charch Projecta Committee. 
The Radio-TV Committee ia sponsoring a three-day workahop at 
the Unlveraity atation in Chapel Hill, July 18-20. Synod'a TV 
committee, headed by Richard E Hlldebrandt. Elkin, is cloaely 
cooperating with this project. Lealie J. Page is giving good service 
as Director of Radio-TV activitiea. 

Migrant Work 

The Council's Migrant Miniatry continues to serve the needs of 
up to 14.000 farm workers over the state with a full-time summer 
staff of 1? workers, two day-care centera for children, and two 
atation wagons Preaching. Vacation Bible Schoola. prayer serv- 
ices, hymn sings, recreational activities, and counselling are 
among the services rendered Over 700 conversions and rededlca- 
tlons were reported last year among the migrants. 

OOP 

Food, medicine, and tools continue to be urgently needed la 
many areaa of the world, and CROP can meet theee needs mi lees 
coat than any other relief agency. Ita aupplie* are distributed by 
church workers and miasionariea. The North Carolina Council 
of Charehee la carrying on the work of CROP in tbia atate aa a 
volMBtary effort. 

Kmrmi Cbarrh 

The ConvocatlOB of Rural Cbnrchee ia aet for Auguat f-1 1. ItCO. 
at State College. Thia abould be an outstanding event ia the 
religious life of our state R. T. Baker, Denver, represents Synod 
on the ConneU's Rural Church Committee which sponsors tbta 
program. 

Tastoral Miniatry 

A flne Pastors' Conference waa part of the last Annual Meeting 
of tbe Council Dr. Albert B. Day and Dr Eugene Smith lectured 
la addition to Or Anaiey C. Moore. The theme of the conference 
waa "Achieving Christian Oneneaa." 

Department of failed Claerrh Women 

Mra B Frank Hall. Wilmington, coacteded her term a* bead 
of the Women's Department at tbe receat Aaeembly In Charlotte. 
Hhe turned over to her aacoewor. Mra. Harold J. Dudley, a atroag 
movement, covering SO local coaaclto aad earrrtag on a grovtag 
program with a total annual badget for 19t0 of IS3.000 Tlia 
Women voted to ralae money for a new station wagon to be 
In migrant work. 



Your sute Coancil of Churcbea la Maailly growing la Ita oat- 
reach. Inflaeece, and the variety of Ita protram It ia still harapM^- 
ed by lack of adeqaate flaaaeial tapport wbteb reaeUs In too many 
t blags bolBC laft aadoae or doae by voiaatoM- efforts wbea atiUf 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



17S 



help Is needed. It seeks to be a faithful witneaa to our unity In 
Cbrlst aad an effective arm of its member bodies like the Synod 
of North Carolina, to whom it is completely responsible. 

H. COMMITTEE OX THE MIMSTKK AND HIH WORK 
Rev. Nelll R. McGeachy, CbalrmaB 

macognlfing our prime responalbility is to serve as the medium 
by wbleb through the • . interchange of information as to open 
Aelds and MlnUters open to change the Church "may facili- 

tate the transfer of Ministers between the various Preabyterlee. 
(BCO #t«). vour Committee baa agreed to meet semi-annually. 
At oae or both of theae meetlags tbe Executive Secretaries and /or 
the Chairman of Church Bxteaslon of our Preabyterlee will b.< 
invited to share in the interchange of information 

ataea Syaod baa laid on this Committee the responsibility to 
•'■BdMSffa laformatlon . . as to Director* of Christian Educattoa 
and oiber lay persons available for church employment; " [»** 

Standing Rulee of Synod 23:8 b (1» (a). Minutes of Syno<r 19St. 
p 194) your Committee has invited the Rev Robert Turner. 
Director of Christian Education for the Synod, to attend ih^ meet- 
lag* of the Committee aa a co-opted member 

We would call to the attention ut Synod that the Ad-lnterlm 
Commltte*- of the General Assembly to Revise the Book of Church 
Order will rwommpnd restoring the status of the Commiaaion on 
the Mlniater and Hln Work so that It may function not merely as 
a Commlttae but a* a Commiaaion 

Tbe Aasenbly'* Committee on the Minlnter and HI* work and 
tbe Board of Annuitie* and Relief have scheduled a conference in 
Moatreat, Auguat lO-U. lt«0 to which r. presentatives of all 
Syaoda and Presbyteries Committees on the Minister and His 
Work and of Committee* on Annuitie* and Relief are being invited 
and at wblcb the work of theee two agenclea of the Church will 
ba explained and discussed . ^ . 

Year ebalrman. aince hia election, haa attended the only meet- 
ing of tbe Assembly's Committee, which was held in Atlanta on 
Jaaaary «-7. 19*0. Mr Oraham White. Secretary of the Aaeem- 
bly'* Committee, attended tbe naeeUng of Synod s Committee In 
Ralclffb on Febraary J4. 1»«0. He brought to our attention two 

attars that we would pass on to the Syaod: 

(1) Tbat tbe average salaries of ministers in the Presbyterian 
Cbarcb in tbe U S was tS200 la lf»f la contrast to 1 2100 
prior to tbe time he aaaamed bis work (If SO) 

(2) Tbst H ia wise for commlMlona to urge eaadidate* for the 
ministry to attend seminaries of the Presbyterian Church 
ia tbs U. 8 

Tbto latter •tatemeBt has eaaaod a great deal of comment 
tbroatbout the Church. We would say to Synod that tkia waa 
aot Bade as a reflaetloa on tbe standards or educattoa provided 
by soBlaarlea oataMo e«r boanda bat almply to inform tbe Pree- 
byterli* tbat "wbea a wndldate atteate a soniaary oaulde our 
Church he loses contact with the charch aad It becomes increa.- 
ln«lr difficult for hini «poa grsdustlon to receive a call to a 
church within our deaoaiteatlim ' ( Krom the statement made by 
Mr R Oraham White to your committee. 2-I4-««). 

In tbe ligbt ol tbeae matter*, your Committee makea tbe fol- 
lovlas 



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MIKUTES OF THE 



STNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



m 



<1) Tho ni«oiberi of PrMbrt«ti«a' CommiMlona be urged tu 
raad the report of Um AaMtnblr'B CommittM to the liCO 
0«a«rai AM^mbly. and also the actions taken by the IftO 
Qeners] A«»*mbly relating to the Mlnl«ter and HU Work. 

(t) The General Council of the General Aaaembiy haa mad* a 
study of The Office of the Minister " This haa baaa ai^- 
proved hy the Oeaeral Aaaembiy and Is being sent to the 
Preabyterlea for ttady. We reeommend thai Syntjd arge 
the Prwibytarlee to glre thoujihtful and prayerful study 
to thia papar. 

That Synod a«aln commend the Chairman and members o( 
the Laymen's Committee to Btudy Ministers' Salartaa for 
their dillKence and ior the reaalts their work has already 
produced 

That Synod endorse the Conference to be held In Moatreat. 
N C . Aagast 10-11. 1»«0 by the Assembly's Committee on 
the Mlatoter and His Work and the Board of Annuities and 
Relief, snd suthorlte the attendance of thoae Involvad oa 
the Hynod level and urge the attendance of thoae eoaearaad 
on the Preabytery level. 
((I That Synod refer to the Layman's Committee to Stady 
Mlalirtars' Halaries the reepunalbitlty of studying the fsash 
bility of s nnsncisi program to aaaara the mtni^ara mad 
their wtveH a place In our Preabyterlaa Home, tf thay no 
and if space la available after retirement. 



\ 
(8) 



(4) 



NalU R. MeOeaehy. ChalroiaB 

I. RKin»KT ON THK I'RK.hI1VTKIUAX Hl'RVICY 
By Rev. J. N. Brown. Chairman 

tile Pr^ehyterlaa Survey la rendering a valuable service la 
keeping l^reebyterlaaa informed aboat the work of the charch 
WiMrvTwr It haa bewa earefally read and eladtad. tt haa cmaaad a 
grwitar aathaalaavi for tha gaaeral program of the charch. and 
to MMMiy iMtaac— a traatar aCort iMa baaa pat forth for thm 
cavaaa af ttawardaitp Mid 



Whereas, aoase of the larger charchea have aot sabecrtbed to 
tiM KveryFaially Plan, ret the larraaas la aew aabacrtptlona dar> 
tag the laet yaar has been most eaeoaractM 



We therefore recnmmead 

I Tbat the 8y»od arge all the charrhAs. both large 
to aftrell ta Ike Kvery-ramily FMan at the ra««cad 
tl lit per y*ar 



t That the 



amall. 
rate of 




S. RKP1>KT OF <X»NMirTKK «»\ \*»MI\.\TIONH 

Rev Richard R. Gamn)on^ Chalrmaa 

That the various vacancies occurring at thta meeting of Synod 
OB the several Agenri^i of Synod by virtae of the creation of 
new committees or offtcee. or t>ecause of the expiration of 
tarau of office, or bv resicnation. death, or otherwtga. ba 
Sllad M follows (See DIRECTORY I. 

That interim appointments of the Moderator since Synod last 
met be approved (All Included in the DIRECTORY) 

That Synod express appreciation to those who have served 
faithfully as members of Boards, Commltteaa. etc., eapecially 
those wboae terms of office expire with this meeting of Synod. 

That the Htandlng Rules of Synod l>e amended at Rule 23:»a. 
in order to Increaaa the nambersbip of the Permanent Com- 
mittee on NomlaatloBa to eleven, including one woman mem- 
tar. 

That tha Standing Rales of Sjraod be amended at Rule 20 :7a. 
In order to Increaaa the membarahip of the Executive Com- 
mittee on Educational Institutions to 20. Including tha 
Chairman of Higher Education, or her counterpart, in the 
Bysodleal. 

K. RiiPORT OF (X>MMn IFh: OX HTANW.XO HI LIM 

Rrv. HAaoij) J. DrBi.rr. Chairman 

That Rule 20:1a b« amended by changing the number of 
maaibara to M. aad aMlag the words the Synodical Presl- 
daat. ax: o*k^ aad" after the word "including", line 2 

That Rule 23:le be amended by adding, and menibara eli- 
gible for re-election." 

I^at Rale SS : 7f ba aneadad by the deletion of the words. 
**•■ CROP, MIgraat Work, aad Rural Church 

That Rule 24 la be amended by adding to the first sentence 
tba words, except ai otherwise aat forth ia theao Rnlea". 

. Thai Rule 14 Jd be amended 1^ fliaactat tha word "ahail" 
to "ahoald". and adding tha wwtf "N^proxlmately " before 
"thirty days before the meetiac ot tyaod" 

That Rale 24 4 be amended by Making the aaatoaea raad. 
"The Counril. Citmmltteee a»d ether A^Mielea of SyB<id BMy 
ramimmend to the Permaneat Committee oa Noniaatlaaa 
poraona to nil v«r«ncles occurring oa the Council. Comayt* 
teea. and Hoard* of Agenrtea and InstltutioBS of Syaotf. or 
l>er«or»« a*«ign*.<J to ihfm aii K»#."ttii»M of tbalr 



tbair 

Marvey C^mpatga ia 



J. N. BrowB. 



That Rule 27 4 be aniend«d by addlag the words. "aatU tba 
furtdB are t-ihauated after the word "badget", la Itaa 7; 
and by adding (he word o(>*Taiiag" after the word "all'' 

in n«'it t(i thf laat Hne 

That Itnie Z» 2 be anieaded l>y adding tba worda "or thair 
agaata" arter th^ word "CoMsitttac" ia tba Irat Him. 

TiMt Rale i«:lb be aaiMMtod by MbMllatiag for the wor^ 
aavMity-tTa e«ita " la Itoa 1. "om «otlar". 



I *i 



178 



MINUTES or THB 



10 That Role SO:lc be aroended by ButatJtutlng lor the word 

it- iB the iMt line of the Rule, ••hall be comp«ned 

11 Tbat the portion of the Report which wa. placed on the 
docket for final adoption at this meeting of Synod, and not 
affected by the Report of the Committee at tbU meeting. 
be finally adopted. 

12 That Synod auapend It* Standing Rulaa In order to make 
effective Immediately change. In the Standing Rule. a> 
recommended above and recommendation* In other Reports 
to Synod bearing on changes in the Standing Rulea. 

13 That the Stated Clerk be empowered to make other auch 
change* as may be neceaaary to bring the Rule« Into con 
formlty with actions taken at thia meeting of Synod 

HAiimj> J DiDLrr. Chairman 

U RKI'tmT OF <X>MMITTKE ON WOMKNS WORK 

Rkv J. If i^arsT Smitb. Chairmuin 

The Committee On Women • Work hereby commenda the ofruerii 

o< tka Woa«B OC Um Synod lor their leaderahlp and Inspiration, and 

tk« taeal onutatloM of WoMcn s Work for the fine work that they 

iMVrZM^ring the year In the chorch f>riUowlni the theme of 

••VBteroUBdtng The Bible . the Women haw 4m* moch to stlmu 

late nible atody In our local churches ImmMMf ^J'»»^>^ ^f^"?" 

of tho Charch hare encouraged and argod tho ••^J?*^** ^l 

tlU Saok of Qoaaals aader the galdabook title "Lat TiMra Ba Ugkt. 

•asM Aarchas hare conducted UUa atady la plaea of tka regalar 

■■ater OTealBg aerTlce. while oUan that do not ordlaaHly have 

aSoaday eToatag aerrlea. hare mat for this Bible atody at that 

time It baa Was lataraatlng to see the varied methoda by which 

the Mady haa baaa pvaaaatad la tka dUteraat charekea. 

Oar Commlttaa woaM call Um attaatloa of Syaod to t*Jj8y»**»?;' 
Training School, which Is boM ^^^ 9Utot Jmm» ^^»^m»C^ 
lege la Cbarlotu The qaallty aC ««^k ttet tfca •«^aal l«.f^ 
the attaadance of the Woaaa af tka 'l^pf .^>'!L,*«Sw "jt^ 
imooctaaea la the life of tka laaal Wooms of the Ch«r« ortaanar 
tIeaaMMia to ba Increaaing all the time It kaa beeoma an impor 
,mmt faolar la tka work of the women of the entire Sfvod. 
^naSaoileal Mating waa bald In the CoTaaaat Praabytertaa 
CkwA In Charlotte last September, aad waa attended bytfc* 
ekatowaa of this committee We comaiaad tke Bxecotlve Baard 
o< tka TTwfH af tka Bftmt for the plaaatax aad eoadact of *mA 
a tiiitr— ' — • aMatlBf. 



•■H>«<Utioa: 

That the Women of the Syaoi ke tkaakad aad cooiflMM f^ 
tkeir taltbfal work and service ta the ebarcb. aad tkat tka b9««" 
B9V Imat the report of the Women of the Cbareb of tke Syaotf « 
North Carolina as prmwnted by lU pre^deat Mra. H. Lacy Oodwta 

J. MtmrMT Smith. Chairmnn 



A!<?«I'AI> RKPORT OF THB PRBHIDBMT 
<>!■• THK W<»»IK> OK THE HYNOO 

Mra. H. Lacy Godwin, Prealdeat 

It la with a deep saaae of gratitude to God for what He ha* 
aeeorapllahed through the Women of the Chareh. Synod of N<Mtk 



8YNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



\ 
ITt 



Carolina, that this report Is presanted. It la In part a story of 
bow l5,SfO woman have moved forward In every phase of the 
work; stady, sarrlea. and gifta for Christ through His Church 
during the year 19SI-fif. 

Beginning with the Annual Synodlcal Meeting In September 'IS. 
followed by the nine Preabyterlal .Meetings, and forty-three Ola- 
trlct Meetings, the Church-wide Emphaais waa made central In the 
program of Women's Work Reports give proof that through 
theae channels there has been a renewed underataading of God's 
plan and purpoae for His church around the world and that a 
daapaaad aanaa of fellowship has been felt for His entire "family 
of faith '• 

Uaing the offclal Book of the Church, the Bible, for a reader, 
the Preabyterian W^oman'a Workbook for a guide. In addition to 
a family study "Throogb Conflict to Victory." the Individual 
woaaaa kaa baoome aeriously tatareatad la lAadying for the en- 
rlekmaat of k«r own life aad for tke parpoaa of halpiag thoae 
so pitifully enveloped In the foggy weba of today's living. 

Pr^byterlala differed in their methods of pra a a a ting World 
and Home Mlaalon emphaais. Speakers appaariag In different 
areaa were: Dr. Sandy Marks. Dr. Darby Fulton. MIsa Irece 
Waaderly. Mr. Charlaa Sydnor. Dr. Newton and Dr Jamea Carr. 
In many inatancea vlaaal aida were the means of promotioa. Ooe 
Preabyterlal gleaned liaat results from a School of Mlaatoaa. thus 
tylag together every department of the Church. 

Church ceoBors rereai that more woman are supporting taachers 
la public schools, cooperating with other chareh and civic groapa 
la community projects, working with Negroaa, promoting better 
laaderahip through one-day conferences. aaaiMing In vacation 
BIbIa Schools, visits have ba a a BMda by some groups to the camp 
for migrant workers. All report obeervaace of the apeclal aaaaona 
designated by the United Cooncll of Churches 

Tba woBBMi have respondad gaaarously to tha graataat need In 
oar worM today. Ckrlstiaa Ma^tion They aarra aa appointed 
and by rirtaa of their offices on Boarda and rommlttaaa. They 
visit scboola aad colleges as the opportanltles arise Tkay give 
twaaty-aaTOB a^olarshlpa each yiw^r to deeerving young people 
Tw«ity-lra ^ tyaod'a Inatitations, one to Stlllmaa College, two 
to tka Praabytariaa Bekool for Christian Educatloa. They strive 
to lataraat yoang paopla la attending church-related achools They 
are aaaking to leara uunm about the Christian Campos Life Pro- 
gram. 

Again we woald aote that flgaraa reveal only a part of tka 
pictara growtk or lack of It. k«t tka fact noted from tba raport of 
gtfta prorea vital latereat aad eoacern fnr others on tke part of 
tka Women of our Church In addition to the apportioned amounts 
set ap In the budget special contributions Incladc fl.SfS 17 seat 
to Flora MacdoaaM. Praabyterlaa Junior Coll^a. aad Coaaotl- 
dated College; |l,Stf.44 to camp site* for tka yoaag of aar 
rharcb; 12.207 to MImIob Court, our farloagk kona for aila- 
slonarlaa; eoatrlkatioaa wara i^t throagh tha Joy Gift to krigktae 
the livaa of tkaaa whn gava ao nach of thaaaaaivaa to tka <MigoiBg 
program of tkaektu^. Blltkdar Ofrcrinff target aver t27.ffff.ll. 
par MptU gift Mil aa4OT flfty cents t Id. 271 21 haa baaa paid 
oa tka llf.PgP projact for tke year. Syaod's Offica BaiMiag 

Tboasaate ot poaa4a of cl<Mkiag kava baaa aaet tkroagh 
Cbareb World l a i i ki a fiMT pae pia orata a aa. Wktta Croaa aaota 
•scaatfad its fall tl.tll 10 aaklngs and a imrplas of 14 114 fO 



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irftk thlpplBS of »4l<lltlon»l NppIlM for medieal 

""^l *5i i*«d*^ ^^n may b«t«r meet the anllmited op- 
DortuiiUle. of th*. .imM ther. mMt be adeqo.te prep«r»Uon »o 
Sit Ul« most .fftH^tlv.. u»». of lime, talent, .nd energy m.y be 
5^. To tm. end training for developing had.r.hip i» oJe'*J 
to all women In »U churche. through IM.nnlng Sewions T^«-»in«g 
CU-^Md Retr-U on the Pre.byterl.1 level. . »'^^»'n'°« ■«f,^ 
•»dirterdeBomln.tlon«l Chrt.U«n Conferenre on the 8yno4lc.l 
leVel: and a Conference at Montreal for leaden from 1« SyBodl 
cala 608 •»«t.» bled at Queen. College for tounm and method. 
oCarad there Foor recatvwl cartlUcale* and six diplomaa in recog 
■Itloa of the completion of alfht and twelve cour.« r«ap«wtJT*ly 
SlSSMaiatlvea were »ent by local, to Wln.ton-Salem for the 
I«lSrd«iomlBatlonal Chrt.tlan Conference of Ne«ro Women. 

mtht member, of the Synodlcal Executive Board are prlrlleged 
to aarre a. repr^entatlve* on Synod'. Commltteea. 

Tha Women of the Church today cherl.h the rich hertiag. 
which 1. their., and thajr ar« endeavoring to hold .teady the high 
Maal. the fine prtnclplaa and the loving aervtce which has charac- 
Urlaad tha praeading 4t yaara throagh a greater dedication of 
tknlr baarto. thatr nilnda. and their hand*. 

M. RKfORT OF «\>MMITTKE ON WOKLI* WIHHIOXH 



' Rev. Hamt H. Bbta*. Chairmmn 

World MiMion. 1. the caa»e of the charch that moat PraakytarlMD 
In nnr Synod afflnn to ha «t amwrwrnm Importance and jrat anny raw- 
■Bto to a plBca of Minor imtlniln nnd pranotion 

now otarint to Ml tfca ptaOM of a^rrtea to ^ •^^ ^^^^J^ 
world havlBS prairtnc naaia for mlMlonarlea. «» fjjj* ""Sa 
ta the delayed Mid afton caau.l plannmg for "»««^o^ Tf^^J^, 
.nd vinal nidi af the highent order »r# offerad. BitaKionary 
ara nmde aTalUble, and through ov«r.l«ht and poor co- 
indl ©pp.»rtuniil«« art" inlaiM-d The raaalt la that IMBy 
ara nal iniplred wh« mould give u. the world mtaaloa of t^ ^^jy ■ 
m^m teea to «»<■« wHh giotNii iMBe«, we aaa tka Cnnmnn goapai to 
ba aff Ttmi rttnllnaniTt and moat nt our profnuna la the charrhaa to 

•"To^^SUbS I? U^iTuirima plctara of oar part Icjipat Ion. jTO-r 
cJamltuTthroagh lU Praabytory Md Praahyterlal Chalrroea e« 
2^ to t^« iSKcity toTK^nry Sartiea Boll of the «n. .. 
Santera af our charchaa preaenlly oToraaaa. .J^f "•.iff^'i^ 
Mttncto ebarrhe. and to Individual., the plan that "»•, B«^_^ 
ai fir "Varaanallaad Giving Thi. will ha partlcalarly •»»« 
whMi tlM aapplawantai offering i. being rtraaaad. 

At tba eloaa of i»'9 oar mlaatoaa nbraad hara aant rapt^ of 
niilM arwit. and wa hrtn« thaaa to the att«itlan of Synod 

1 Tka aelf^etarmlnatloa of the Congo Church tatkaa^ af the 
ranwat nimatTTTT' nwvanMBt proTca that the Lunaacrillan af the 
aSiZMartwandCka atnrdy tralninc glren the CoMotoaa of tfa. 
SIKTIfrptapnrad tka way far wkat la taki ng ptoca, ^^^^^^ 

S!UWJ?»SrSi and oU-r prakla«a A -Inl-eraf tkto Syn^ 
DrTUrry M Molfett. ha» re<^Btly been »Bt by the Board of WarW 



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MlwloiiB of which be i. a member, to eaafcr with the Church that 

we have esiablUhed in the Ka««i a. It toOM antonoBBouB «t»tui! !n 
the light of political indep«»ndfnce in the coantry. 

t. The right Imprewlon of a dynamic national church with alma 
and purpose* appropriate to a great nation ha« come aa a reaalt of 
the 19&9 celebration of the {Vnt««nnial of the I^rMhytertaa CkanA 
In BraxU. Our denomination honored liwlf and the Bmi^MI 
Church by arranging for worthy representation at the .IgnUknUt 
gathering, laat aummer. The outatandlng need facing thin grown- 
up, yet newly-invigorated church la that It aa^ume more re«poBal- 
blllty for the extenaion of the go«pel In yet unreached parta of tka 
country and for the wtabllahment of a dynamic Christian wIlnaM 
In Braallla, the fabulouB new Capital of the nation 

3. Our largest work for the Chlnew at preaeat la In Taiwan, Free 
China. That our long time malnlnnd ml(»Klonari«i had the foresight 
to move Into thl« area at thf beginning of the new allgnmeat daa 
to CommuniBt innitratton bee— KB a aaga of Church hlatory. Prayer 
for the church on the malnlairf »■«» continue to be a atroDg « 
Murce. and prayer linked with aervlce I. the opportunity la Taiwan. 
Matkoda are changing to meeet new situation, and wa akoald 
^rangtken the limited forcea now aaalgned to thl» country. 



4. In Jl^an, aa In Brasil. a Centennial ha. just beaa 
cnrirytng the .trong wltnewi to the country that the pla^ tntandad. 
Tka activity and outstanding service of Preabyterian grtjui** to 
rdtara ^ffartng after the typhoon. "Vera", bore equally aa grant 
a wltaaaa. Tka part of Yndogawa Hospital, our newest medlflnl 
wark in any fteld waa outatandlng in the rri.lB The main-stream 
a( Chrltttan advance through the orRanlted church challenges many 
■aw memberii of our Japan Miwion, and new miaafcMiarlaa wka 
akare their «plril are now mrengihentng the total impact. To^ 
■or* of the Btudent population Heerna to be tka praBMIt 
Wa noU the recent death of Toyohtlio KagBWa. Aa n (MBfint ks 
lad to Christ by two of '.*ur Mieflonarlea No Japnnaaa af kla 
iratloD baa done more to make ChrUt known thrangk WWffd and 
than ha« Kagaws 



S. Turbulence l« the word for the Church in Korea, and In raoBBt 
tk. would describe the nation a» a whole Dlfferencea ta polity 
I policy In the alr»»adr autonomouB church utemmed targaly froM 

iparatlTely minor problem* Mt-n whoike vpry rharacterlrtie kns 

n that of the true martyr in gr««at iapuea hare bogged ^kiam In 

jaalowiy and tnnlatenre on personal rlghU and npinlona. Tka I tol aa 



BMUMdlip dlnplayed by our mi»»ion«ri. ■, and lioard rapraaaaiatlvaa 

kaa kaeoiM a moving chapter in Kureaa ckurch tifi> It ithonid ka 



oar f«r»«ni prayer that the e4a»tla«al, medical, and 
church program will regain ground lost by recant Inner eonllcta. 



€. StglM of ci mlng-of age ha^^e affected the rhurch In Msxlco 
Ito General Assembly We note that our own Church AsaamMy 
nMrt the ls*ue forthrlghtly by sending eiperienred church 
to that ooantry for conference and feliowihip A membar af tUa 
Synod. Dr. Jam«i a Jonea. I* on the three man (ommitlea datognHd 

to Maat vttk tka Meii<an rhurchmen Vaat araaa ta tkat aaantry 
arkara a daaparata hunger for what the wa&ttA of Ckrkd kringa ra- 
the gre«tMit challenge 



7. At laat. «a kata a mlaricNwry maple of aar own 
BMt to BMba a cantrl kntlan to tka Pra^rtMten wt 



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TM MDnMCB ttet w« AT* BikklBf In coop«r«tloii with th« BrMiliwi 
2 STulSU Pr^rtyf rt.n Ch««h USA. h« f>^f,f "'« ^ST 
IB thU »lmort Jmpregnmble fortrMs of » decadent published chareh. 

8 In BcuMlor w« are alao working with the awne official bodta* 
to meet a oraMlBS problem In which our Interest to avanpsllMhM 
!ie?7h.%d^t?n yean,, and thU year for the flrat time a brlfkUr 
oatlook has aiiicrged. 

I la Iraq wa work with thoae long-experienced In wltneaalng to 
Moalama niid we should be gmtafnl tlMrt we can hare •;^»h*re wjth 
tlMm In this crucial effort. MIsalonartes are again on the field and 
^w«h groups now worship unmoleeted. Lack of effecthre l^r 
SSTdeUys the formation of a national churchy Our Board has 
rScMUy found a well quail fled couple who are offering to senre In 
this field. 

Nine fields of endeavor-all pleading for reinforced mlsalonary 
oerJonnel And there Is a need to glre adequate financial emphasis 
1^ s^JSJrt to our Board as It constantly endeavors to keep abreast 
ol shifting situations In the work 

The Church has taken to heart OTeraeas-Rellef proJ«;ts of all 
kinds and should continue In every poaalble way to do Its part to 
relieve human suffering, and to aaslat weakened Church ifoupr 
Sta L Mpadallr meaningful when the Christian witness will h* 
atrilMtfcMSthereby. Therefore It Is Important that our church 
JSopirglTrfor such canaea through the Dlvialon ol tha B^ <rf 
World Mlaalons responsible for the right P>»c»o« »«»*•■• «»'*«'«° 
funds Fall partldStlon In the Clothing CollecttoM of th« North 
Carolina Council of Churches and United Church woaM " t»<f 
practical plan In our area to accomplish much In eooparatlon with 
Church World Service. 



Recomni«'nd«t iuna : 

1 That the lf«0 Yearbook and Report of «»• Bo*r« of World 
Mlaalona. avalUble to all Elders who request It. and mallofl «f^«y 
to all mtateura. be thoiiihtfaUy and pr*y>rfully road: a«£ttat 
tha raciwiiwititl — a4opui by tha a«Mral Aa as i hiy raaatva 
eoMdiaratios by Chareh BaaekNM. 



S That the Board's program of recrultJB«t of new miaatonarlea. 
and lu iBinllfl «ata «C Baptambar I. INO. for tbe malliac of mamm 
of proapaeta. raealva earafal attaaUoa In our ehurrhee. 

1 That Prsabyterlea <rf the 8yM4 a«ept and erophSMlM th* ask 
lags of Synods B«4cat for Warii MlaaloM aa that the ne^s for 
projected work la tha charehaa a»4 t «^H«ti o « a overseas be more 

adequately aat 

4 That churchee In our Synod be spadftcAlIy arpad to ha»a m 
many reareaenUUvea as possible at the World Mlaalo« OottferaBca 
la Moatraat. July J»— Aaguet 1. IHO. ao that tMr yMUg paafia 
■txbl eaHW etoariy la toach with the call to mlMan aarriea. aam 
ttet diareb luttni nUght pUa tw visits <A ■Oarteaartes to local 
atarcheo throa«h the fall, winter. aa4 aprlag raonths 

5 That tbe IHl World MlaalM Baaaoe. February I March 5. 
wiU Its stHklBf tbasa, "tela All Tba World TafaUMT. ba »ra- 
pared for aad fally obasrvtd In the churches, aad that s ttroag 



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iWpcai be ||^««a for s supplemental offering, not neglecttac the 

approprlateueaa of self^ienlal for this cauae 

6. That we support the total program of Over 8«aa RaHaf aai 
Inter-Chnrch Aid through the eBtsbllshed plans of Church World 
Service, and through the Easter offering. 

7 That Synods Council be requested to Study a Pre-Syno^ 
Conference on World Mission.? of th* Church In 1»«1 or lf€2. with 
provisions BimlUr to tboB*" now enjoyed by the Conference on 
■rangellsm. and that represcntstli.n from Synod'a World MlaaloB 
ConalUaa ba aaked to meet with tbe Council for consideration of 
thia raoMamMidatlon, aad then to plan such a Pre-Synod Conference. 

S. That pending the adoption of this report. Synod bear Dr. 
Harry M. Moffett. pastor of the Firat Presbyterian Church of Oaa- 
tonla. 

flAaav H. Bar AFC. Olotrmaa 



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VI. RIPOVrS OF AD INTERIM COMMITTEKS 

A. RKPORT t>F THK C'KNTKNNIAL COMMITTKK 

D«. Fito\TlM J<»M?«i«T«»?». Vh«irmon 

Sine, the A»embly Ontennl.l Committer h*. 'JT^ .*J*J; 
»UM U. brt«f the rh«lrm<.n of Hynod and PrembyUry Oo««l"2« 
STth. porpo.- Md P»*B« for lh» cel«br.tl.m. the L-hnlroiM of tl» 
SiwJ SmStU* m North Croltn. bm. f^U it best to Imt* pl«« 
?i% Nolti CroUM SyDod celebration fl.slbl. until thU br.efloK 
iTkiSi te tk« ••riy f»ll. The Chairman in making plan* to attend 
UtolMllBC •• • mpr«^Ullve of the A»«*mbiy Commltle* ^^ hen 
SmtThM kMS Ml •« PrMbytery and Synod chairmen will br 

VSllrt^ Aamm^ToommMm, mn educational *«« Inaplfmtloj^ 
ItlB thm telM of »0«r COWBlttOO tfeat OOr final plans, for tha SfMA 
maStM Of IHl CMbo Mtor«« m4 toaHs^d be.t after wa hOTO 

£^lf!?d frim thl. prelects meting with AMOmbly r.proo«»U- 

The Synod Commltte* hM two ro Q— rta to make aa 
tloM nro«, wo rocommend thot th« OomoiUtoe oo L 
Vfwmia» iot •« or4of for at loaat ona ooUtandlng apeaker on the 
^BMuTtaJ^oso Ot UM IMl mooting of Synod, and that partlruUr 
ZtMttoTbo girm. wlwro poMiblo. to the l>reabyterl.n ^^r\i^' *»J 
mJSo^ 7£nd we recom-oM to the Co«c" tk*l S^J**^ 
the Synoilod to meet In tM .Mit city ot tfco tOBO tto«^ J» t»»« 
joint aeoalona In celebration of the contennlal will bo pooatftlo. 

Fao^Tia W JoH?irro!«. Chmi 



B, RKIH>RT OK UAVMKMH JiOMMITTKE TO STl'OY 
JH1MHTKRM* HAU^HfMB 

J B BMcwn. Chmtnmtn 



Daring the poat yaor your Committee on Mlnlatera SoloHoo tag 
rontoad lU work to the Preabytery le^el mad to ..ff..rtii to t^ tUa 
„^f ^ ^f^ll OtATted In othor Preabyterlwi of Ike Prtwhyterlaa Chartt 
la tfeO UsltOi SUteo. ftich ITeabytery wa» requeated to appoint 
two laiMga to work with 0«r Commltte* Member aa Chairman na4 
oar n— 111 iiww lliat all Praob*i#ri«» have been au««pting to moot 

yi oftiM rtcilillWiTit* made to them by tbo Synod of North 

Cteroltaa. Wo tkeaskt It wtoa to coatao our work to thto fl^-ld <»Y'.1* 
tfela post yoar imd wo Mlave that all of oar Preabyt«*loo aro rally 
awaro of all the tatu MlBtod out m our Study «»f>fT|L!f?^ 
plana to a4o«aatolr rolloTo tiM Mtalotor of tfco i W MMW l^ig 
paying coota from hto talary wWefc ahMM bo bono by tbo Cft«fca 
•r Cbarchco. 

Taar OMBmlttoo bao ma4o a groat oCort to gat ihia aama bmto- 
giartai la otbor 8r»o«o aai P i o o bj r tM tooof ow Cbareb Toy 
a bM boaa ta Atlaata twka mmI ooaforraa with Mr r. 
^gwMmm^ WbHa. Soefotary of tba AaoaoiMy** Oaawrtttoo on Tb# win 
latar aad Hla Work. Mr White roperts tbat tbo work of yoar C«m- 



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mlttee In the Synod of North Carolina ha» been mentioned all 
onr Chur. h and we have re<-elved reque«l« for Information from «a 
far awav a» Kanaaa. Mr White bellevef that this aame work la now 
beginning to be conBldf-red In all of our 8yn<>dfl and PrMbyterlea 
The Bvnod of Went Virginia appoint*^ a Laymen » Commute* over 
a year ago They are making their reyKirt to the hynod of y^mx 
Virginia In Mav They ha»e elo«?ly followed the plan and pnwmd 
urea t>f ¥Our Committee In North Carolina Your Chairman haa been 
Invited to apeak to the Synod of South Carolina at Charleaton on 
May nth and It l» my great hope that thi- Synod of South Carolina 
will appoint a Laymf-n >* Committee and begin thJt wime work thera. 
We know th«t the w-.rk t« going on in Tt-xa*. Florida, and ToBB«- 
ge*.. but we have not been able to aecure deflnlte Information at this 
time of their progre** 

It la the dealre of your Committee to have this matter ro«:to the 
■oor of the General Aaaerobly at lU meotlng next ye*r oad yoar 
Committee re<j«e«ta the aMlitance of tha Synod of North Caroliaa 
la hoinlnr u« get thin »am«> l^ymenn moTement atarted In all of 
oar Sraoda l^ttera to a<quaintanre« In other Synoda ootllnlBf tbo 
work done In tba Sjrao* of Nortb Carolina would be of f^-* h««P^ 
Your (Ximmlttao CMmot ooaaMor lu work complete untllerery 
Synod In oor Cbareh bao an actlro Layman a (^oualttoo at «ork M 
thU Important qaoatlon of roaaoaaMo and adcqaat* oalartaii aM 
expenne allowanoea for oor Mlnlntera 

J. B. BaiwKa. C*«<r«a« 



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MINUTES OF THE 



Vn. MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS 

A. RKI»<>RT AND MINI TT-IH «»F THE TRl'STKIW 
OF THK A. T. IHH AIJ-l M KKTATK 

Rrv. W. B. Hr.TWABo. Chairman 

Th» TrastM* of the A. T. McCaUum EaUte tubmlt the foUowiag 
to tkm Syaod of North Carolln*. meeting In OreenTllle on Jane 
14. iHi. 

Th« Tnwtoee i-Meired the Audit of the EaUte nutd* by Archibald 
K. LoTlB. OtrUAti P«bltc Aeeoaataat. Rod Springe. North Caroltn*. 
showlBff tlM laeoOM ui the vspMM of tke EaUte dariac the year. 
JanuMT 1. ItM. throtgk DoeooibW II. It6» During the year there 
waa an excMa of expeiiM and aaaattiaa over receipts amounting to 
$1 S75 77 Thaa there are no fund* for distribution in accordance 
with item VI <0> of th« will of A. T. McCallum 

The Tmstaea ara Mtlaiad that the BMaU la being well handle*. 

The Tnwtawi call to the attention of Syaod tko daaUl early this 
year of Mra. Acnea T McCallum of Rad S^tais. North Carolina 
She was the widow of A T McCallum. wboae ItoUte will continoe 
to b«B«flt Tarioua cpecified caeaM of the church. 

TIM Troate* roggent that Um Syaod be led in a prayer of Tliaaka- 
g^rfam to Ood for the Uvea of Mr. and Mr«. A T McCallum. who 
throvsh their piety and generoaity bore rech «f. i^mtlve and con- 
tinuing witnewi to their faith in Chrlet and Hie church. 

W. B. HKTWAan. Chairman 



B. KKI'ORT OF CO.M.MITTKK OX Rl£C\>KUIi 

RiA E D WiTHiJii«r«M»?i. Chairman 

Your Committee on Records received, and rc«* arefully. coplee 
of the Mlaatas of Preebytertaa as followa: Albemarla. January 2.. 
Itbt thromgh October 11. in*, Concord. July II. lf»l t*«^?f'»,f?« 
uary If. !§••: rayetUrille. July ». l»8f t»»roii^ Jaaaary M. IHO. 
Oranrllle. January 17. iMt tknagh NoT»^bar M. ItBt; King. 
Mountain. January 10. IHt thr«m^ OetdMr »•. 1»M: .X.**'""^^- 
September 15. ItSf throtich AprU It. 1H«: OfWig^ Jalf »«■»»", 
through January II. 1H«: WIlBlBgtOB. Aj^l 11. IHt. throvgh De- 
cember II. IfRt; Winaton-Salem. May S. l«f. through January If. 
IfSf 

The examination of theee Mlnutee revealed that they were well 
recorded and In proper form, eica|K in the failure of Granville 
Prenbytery to record the terma of MiBlatm^' oUIa on pag* •. »«•«» 
11 Ifif. aad pac* 7. July 11. IHf. (According to the action «C 
a^od. ItM Mteafat. Uto la raqulred > . ^ «. . i^i.tk. 

Yi.ur Committee alio examlaad the Minute* of the Ninety-NlaW 
General Asaembly. and the Mlautea of the One "»f*"^ »^ 
rorty-aixth annual meeting of tha Syaod of North C^rollaa. ThOM 
Mlnutea mn found to be la good aad proper ord«-. both eetn apeat- 
tng of tha awallent work doaa by tha Suted CTerlia of thM» bodiaa. 

Toar ONMalttae wi^aa ta roram#nd tha vary as<»ll*at work oC 
tha BUtad Oarke of tha Praehyteri^. la kaaplag tha Mlaataa of their 
rai^aettTa Praabyterlea. aad olfeni the following re eoai ow da tlon 



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1. That Synod exprMa its appreciation to the Clerks of the Praa- 
hytartaa for the accurate aad orderly manner In which the recorda 
of the Presbyteriea have beea kept. 

E. D. WiTHi3i«roo!f. r*«*n»ia« 



C. RKPORT OF TRISTKKH OF 8YSOD 

W. E. PairK. Chairman 

IjLMt year we reported the contingency of borrowing a maximum 
for the Chapel Hill Student Center of ITIt.OOfl The Synod bad au- 
thorised borrowing, if neceeaary. aa much aa JIOO.OOO We found 
It necaaaary to borrow only IS8.I00. and a loan waa aacoUatad 
with tha Wachovia Bank A Trust Cc«npany. Raleigh. Wa ara happy 
to raport that, aa a reeult of the Synod's Office racaivlng snfkiaat 
paraaata oa piedgaa. the note waa liquidated by January If. ItM. 
Tha latareat on the note amounted to 11.579 TS. 

We were authorised to borrow up t<> $45,000. If nacaaaary. for the 
North Carolina 8ute College Student Center at tha Waat Ralaigh 
Praabytarlaa Church. Fortunately It was neceasary to Ikwtow oaly 
115.000 In order to meet our Immadiate obligation to pr()r1d<> the 
fuada promiaed by April 1. lf«0 The fundu for this loan were 
advaaead from Hom*' fund* temporarily available In Synod's Offlea 
at BO Interest If pledge?< continue good for the next aevaral moetha, 
in order that the funda may be paid teck. it is likely that it will 
not ha aaeoMary to negotiate a loan at interest, thoagh the way 
la clear to borrow from the bank. If naceaaary 

We were called upon in May to transfer back to Mr. J. W. York the 
daad to tha property Mictaally dcmatad by him and hfai aw oel a t aa In 
CamaroB Vlllaga. Ralai«h. in order that a naw daad might ha dallvar- 
ed to us for tha now and slightly larger sita on which the Synod's 
Office Building is being constructed. 

W. B. Pait E, Ci^iraiaa 



Itl MINUTES OF THl 

\^fI STANDING RULES OF SYNOD 

Hakoi^ J DiTOUtT. Chairman 

8KCTION 1 
(JOVKKNMKNT 

lt«l« 1:1. Th« RttJe* of Parllameotary Ord«r adOfCai hf tk« Q«a 
erml Am^hlj of tli« Pr^byterUn Charrh In tb* Umltai SUtM^ M« 
mrtatMA la tk« ««ok of Church Order. ao4 th» IH^MtBf KmWB 
k«r^MlttM> tffvrUM. bIwII he the Rul<>8 of Order for tli« Kuld«a(» 
of tlie Synod. 

12 T» rweiad. adopt or •mcsd • St&adtDg Kule. tue cac- 
■MUd chaat* •hall ka iBtroducfd at a regular mealing, and adopted 
If a Bajortty aCtrmaUtr* toU o( tlMOt prvent at th«> a«xt. or a 
ninvMit. r«caUur Matod moMlag. 

1:S. To •BSpMd a Staadlac Ralo shall roqalra a two^hirds aJTinn 
atlv* ToU t€ Umm anant 



1:4. Amj Staadlac Rula, or appolnimaat of th» Sysod IB aMiM 
with th«ao StaQdtof RalM. to hereby i iiohltii. 

SBCTION 11 
KKr KKMK STATION 
JValc t:l. Bi-rh Owilna ahatl b« repnMMoted at a m*ettDg »( Synod 
ky «■• rapraaaBtatlva, «SMpt as otherwtM provided for tn th« Book 
•f CThlMh Ortf^. ftracnph •• laa revia«d by th« }»S« 0«n«r«l Aa- 
MMMy). flMrtnilS aJ* arfOd to eic^t Ruling Kidera who will plaa 
ta attaad tha wholo iiwlni o( Syaod. and to r«ci*t«r tho prtaetpal 
aad tte aUwaata vtth tha Statad Clorli Bot Uter than taa daya ha- 
ter* tha aMdllac •( ByMd. 



nonoNm 
orncvRi 



Jl«l«t:l. Tho 
toerotary, • Pti 



iteUhoa 



.a 



>tOtorfc.aaiaa 

A. MODMKATOn 

Rmi0 4 1. Tho Modoraior thall bo elected earh f©«r, to a«rTe moUl 
hto oaccooMT to oiodod. A Modorator aay be aomtaaiod at oarb 
■yM>d. to ho oloelod al tho aast iMotteg o« Byaod; h«wow. sacb 
a aostaatloa that! aet ftactado othar aoBlaatM trvmtMm 
at tho Mottag of tho tyMd whoa tho bow Modorator to 
Tho ordinary datio* of tho Modorator are oot forth ta »« *Mft of 
Chmrch Or4er. paragrapho M aad SI. and ta tho "Raloo of Farttor 
•oatary Order." 11 • 

4:i. Tha Madorator aball bava 
of tyaad. to dll. at hto 

of tho Syaad. «sc*pt 

ItoaMod teaaro of tM\f. by 



•Ctho 
_ tai Miy 

of liMtltationi wttich hava so 
mMU tho next aaaaal 



to 



•. QEVMHAL HKiRKTAnr 
•tl« VbO #■>!« «C tta 0«n«ral S»rr«it*ry ahall be H fsllev* 
mt datlM of tha 8tal«l ri»rli and Tr^mMmrmr of Sfood, 
M OeatraJ Tr«aa«r«r of Brnod, lo «.-t a* Tr«M»r«r erf 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 

the Executive Commitleea on CainpuB t'hrlBtlan Life. Chunh Exten 
•ion. and Educational InBtltutii.nB; to promote by <»<>rdinated pul>- 
Ikity th* total work of the Synod i S^ Rule 8); to iorve aa ao ajent 
of lb*- Kxerutlv* ComraUt*** on Church Extenalon (See Rale »). 
Campus Chriatlan Life t Sw Rule 20a). and B4uc*tlonai laatlta- 
tlons (S«€ Rule 20bt; and to urice a program of Chrtotlaa tSoward- 
ablp upon the conatituency of lh«» Hyn.>d ( S«« SoetloD II. Item I, 
Roorsaotiatton Plan ItSl Minutes of Synod.) 

i. At Stated Clerk 

Rule «: 1 The duties of tha Statad Oork ara Mt 
in the Book of Ckurvh Order, paracrapha M 

• Rul€« of Parliamentary Order." SO and SI. 

t:t. It shall be the duty of the Stated Clerk, when he la „ -_ ^ 

oataia upon the dutlw of bt« office, at the opening of tho Syaod 
Imaodlately aucceedlng that at which he U «l««t«l, to ropert to tbs 
■fBad la writing and In fnll. whatevt-r he hai recolrod Iross hto 
pudsn— inr in the way of Books, Papeni. Record«. DocanssBts, Faral- 
taro. stc., and the condition of the same when recelred 

• S The SUted Qerk ahall conduct the correapondence of the Syn- 
od and thall publlab a notice of the lime and place of the me«tlaf c>f 
the Synod at l«»at once, a month befotf 'h* apptilnted day He Bhull 
sign all niiCBSSsrr certificate* for the same, or for other o«ic»»l 
purpoaea of tho Synod or tt« membfra. 



U. aad M. and la tha 



f :4. He shsU mall. In advance of Synod, ooptod of Kspsrta, tafsthor 
with eoptea of the Program, to all CoromlsslonoTS to Syaod. 



f & He Bball have at each meeting of Synod acceostbls to tl» _^_ 
•ffstor a aufflclent number of copies of the printed reports of tho Pro- 
Cflmmlttee. a ropy of tho lart ^iBted Minmtri of the Ooaoral 
tblw. »nd a copy of AlMaadofs Diftst 

•:•. He ahall edit tho Mlnutea of tho Syaod for the printer, after 
tholr approval by the Synod, and ahall trmnamU the Records ann aaUy 
U the Ueneral Awnmbly for refi«-w (The word 'edit" here l« MOd 
to refer to rorrt-ctioriB in ■pelUi.R t>ttactaaU«». OtC.) Hs shall 
ca«»e to be publlihed annually In i>aaphlot fom. at Isaot one 
thouaand coplea of the Mlnuu* aa »o..n sa pracUea^ aftof adjoorn 
menl, and diatrtbute these among tho OMBlhara of tho Syaod and 
Church »«Mlotia 



I T He shall cauae to be puhlUhed in the Appendix to ttM 
Mlnot««. the rejwrta of the Pr«abyt«»rlM on Slailatlcs. tho 
of the Biecotlve and Permanent Commltleea. and each r^j^rts of 
Troiteea and Regents aa may be re^jnlred 

6 1 He ahall forward a copy of the printed Mlnaiea annually to tho 
llbrariiw of Union Bemloary. l>a»id»on College, the pretbytprmn 
Hlatorlcal Society of Philadelphia and the Hlatorlral roundailoo of 
the Preahyterian Church In the United Statea. and he thai! file at 
i*a»i thr^ coplea In the archive* of Syiiod 



« » He shall be charged with the further duty ^ rsp<»tla« t« 

%lod#raior SBT vacaaclepB to be ailed by hta appolnUneuf, and aay 
d^aihii In the MlBtstry that may occur, and of r*t>ortlBg to the flyflod 
the expiration <rf tha tarm of aerrlre of Ita offlcera and member* of 
Its commlttwe. acwrdlBg ta tie Standing Rules He tball pr^*«t 
to the Hrnod the Statlatlcal Reportt of the PTeabTlsrtoS. H« Sl^l 



Mt 



MINUTES OF THE 



collect and eaoM to b* prtSMTSi all historic*! matter relatiag to 
U« Ufa of tbo Synod. 

1:10. Tho Stated Clerk ehall al»<j iwrve m Treasurer of the Synod 
for tbo (Mflce of SUted Clerk. As Treaaurer It shall be hla dotj to 
keep a atrlct and accurate accoaot of all fnode reeelTed and dlebaraed. 
•howiBX what Preebyterlea ha»e paid or hav« not paid their tamm- 
meota, aad for what parpoae the fund* have been dUburaed. He 
shall sabmlt to the Synod annaally bis books, together with a report 
of reeelpta ud azpsaditarM, pr^enting voucbem for the same 

1:11. The Statad Clerk shall act as Secreury to the Committee 
ehairfad with the dlstrlbvtton of the tncome from the Mrs Kate Bit 
Uac Reynolda Pnad for Acad Mlntaters of the Synod of North Caro 
llaa, and ehall kaap a record of all traneat tlons connected therewith 
Ha shall BUika a Afartrlbatioa as Rrom«4 for is this Trust Fund, and 
the plaa of dlstrlh«U<m as adoptad by ByBod. 

C:1S. The Urin of office of the Stated Qerk ehall be three years 

t. Aa Central TreaMurer 

Rule 7:1. The Central Traasarcr shall dUtribaU all beneToleDc* 
iMcsii recetred from raHoas aoarcea to tha KOP*r Asaaetaa d the 
SyaaC accordtof to the actloaa ot the Syaai. gofaralac Ita ^m vn 
lance procram. 

S. A$ PmbHc Relatiofu Clerk 
Kmte 1:1. It ehall be the daty of the Public RalatlMa Oerk : 

1:1. to prapare a daily account of the proceediaca of the Synod 
for the daily papars: 

l:t. to aaka tha account aa full, comptota aad vicorous m poa- 
aible. sArasalac those saattera of iaUraat to tha ganeral public, 

1:4. to act aa tha rsptaasatatttra af tha Sja a d daring the tnterim 
la w4aaTiirlBi to saears thrM<h the saeaUr 

, . St a( aacarrawaa ta tte llfa ot tha Charehaa of 

Syaoi which are of elgelllcaBre aad Interest. 

4- Aa Sasrslary of Church Ertention 

1:1. Tha flaVStary a( Gkarch Extension Shalt, uail '^ ^ 
reetlaa of the Baaeatlva OMsmlttee of Churrh Bxtensioa, 
perrteloo of the Synod's home minion work. Including that of Its 
tTangeltMa. He ahaH seek to drrelop and coflrdlnstn an phaeea et 
home mtealoB work within the bounds of the 8rnr>d 

fit. Ha ifeall SSTTS M Treasurer of Synod's Church Kitcnsioi! 
Ftada. Dlitarasassata aC saeh funds, payment of all ealarlM, granu. 
loaaa. aai aatkarlasi opaailtaree. shall be made by the Treasurer 
as diraetad by tha Ooamittaa. 

S. At Hftretarff ef Higher Edunttiou 

Rule 10:1 Acting under the direction of the Eiecutlve Commit 
tee oa Marat iooal iDstltutloBa. the Secretary of Higher ^duration 
•hall promote the intereat of the educational Inatltutions of the 
Synod, and mmk to make them mor* effect ire in training the youth 
of the chareh for a graMar assfalasus in Cbrlatiaa saniea. 

J?sJ« fit. Aettec aaiM- tha ilraetion of the Execattva Osausttias 
OB Campaa Chrlstiaa Ufa. the Secr..tar» of Hiaber BdB<»tlaB riMll 
promote the latereaU of the rauac of Campus ChrtatlaB LAfa aritlUa 



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the bounds of Synod and seek to make effective the program of work 
relating to student work and other phases of Campus Christian Life. 

Rule 10:3 The Secreury of Higher Ekiucatlon shall receive and 
dtaperae saeh funds as are cuntnbut«Ml respectively for the can 
of Campas Christian Life and Educailuoal InstituUona. 



0. PMRMANHNT CLERK 

mult 11:1. It shaU ha tha daty oi the Permanent Qerk to eagrgas 
with the aid of tha AMlataat Clerk, the dally MInutee of the Syaod; 
to read mM MlaatM as raqaired by the Syaod for lafarasatloa. 
correctloCu aad approral: aad to dallver each Mlautes to tha Stotad 

Clerk. 



n:S. Tha 
years aad hla 



a( adoa 



af tha Panaaaent Herk shall ba thraa 
shall ba Mty dollars (ISO) par aaaaa. 



D A88I8TANT CLERK 

Rule 12:1. The dutiea of tbU otflM are implicit in lU name. The 
Aaaistant ClM-k shall ba sisctsi aaaaally. to serve during the Seeelon 
of Synod, aad hto cMtpaaaattoa ahall be tweBty-flve (|2S) dollara. 



*. D/JI*CTOR or CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

Hmie ISl The Director of Christian Education, whowe term of 
office shall be for three years, acting under the general direction of 
the Synod's Executive Committee of Christian Education ehall .^ 
cliarged with the special supervision and direction of the Synod's 
unified program of Christian Education, with a view to promoting, 
developing, ai^ coordinating all departments and p h a a ss of Chris- 
tian Education within tha baaada of Synod. 



K. DIRECTOR OF BVASOKLIBM 

Rule 14:1. Tha Director of BraagsUaat. whose turn oi oltoa riuO. 
be three years, rtall eoadnct bis work under the directioa of Syaed's 
aub<ommittee <m BraBgellsm. of the Committee on Church Bxten 
slon. making annual report to the Synod through this C4>mmittee 



SBCnON IT 



TKt'S 
A. or THE BYNOD Or NORTH CAROLINA 

Rule 1S:1. Tha TnnCasa of tha tyaad shall be six in nuBber. two 
to be elected annually, and shall aerve each for a term of thrae 
years 



1S:Z 

rer#t*e. 

Sff OUDt 



It shall b« the duty of the BMtrd of TruBte«B as the Synod s 

n *l! m*tf*>m rt^jutrfni th* sld or use of thf civil law. to 
tAke charge of and mansge to the best adi-sntsg* and 
to the Syn.id for. according to law, all property and ••tate 
b^ionKlng. or which may accrue and enure to thli Synod They shal! 
hold In trust, lubject to the order of Synod, the said prop#rty. and 
all legaclm and bequests which may be willed to the Synod In behalf 
of charitable and other objerts und«T it» crmtrol They shall mak« a 
full report. In the premises whenever occasion or circumatanee 
•ball re<|«ira. 



Its 



MINUTES OF THB 



B. OF th'STITVTIOHB 

Rule IC. Til* Brood Bhall el«ct anniuaiy 

li:l. Two maoibMra of the Board of Dlr«<:tor« of Union Th«olog1 
cftl SMBlnanr, whow t«nn of office ahsll bm flT« y««r«. 

11:1. riTe nj#mber« of the Board of R«getit« of lh« Or phl— ' HOBC, 
Urm of office Bhall b« four >»-»r» It U further pi«Tl4«4 that 
It shall »«r»«> more than two succeaalT* tarma. 
!•:!. Nine <•) mambera of tha Board of Tru*t««B of tk* PraabTt*^^ 
rtaa Janlor College for Men. Inc . whosff term of serTtoa •haii i 
tkr«a f«an: and thrw- TmiteM noromatinJ by Um WoauMf-ih^ 
■jsei: BMft ttarae Trustees nominated by tha iUamnl AaMCitatlon 
whoM tana of offica aball be one year. 

11:4. Wtf lit in oC tk» B<Mrd of Traat«M of tb« Wtlltam Blaek 
Homa t» RtftgioiM Woi^ara, whoM t«>rm or Mrrlro shall be for 
three yaara. and four memb«Tii <>f thl« Do«rd shall b<> women. (See 
Rale M:M.) (See 1»&0 Minute* of Synod, pg 393) 

It: I. 8aT«B inen)b«r« of the Board of Truatee* of the Presbytarlaa 
Hon*, WkOM term of offlr* shall Im thr«^ year« Of the«e memberi 
•t leaat two ahall b* womf-n and <'««'h I'r*^hytfry shall be repre 
ggatad at all time* by at least on* mal«" member The f»rMldent of 
tiM Women of the Hyn<Hl and the Chatrroan of Church Eitenalon 
of the Womenof the^Synod phall be member* et~offiHo. 

1«:6. Twelve memb^m <,( the Btiard of DirwtorB of the O^MOll 
dated Praahytttrlaa College, whose term of aerrlce ihall be tor three 
yMtn; aad MCk PiMkjtarj ^bMXl be represented at all tlmas on tb#^ 
mmr4 hy at imai two mumbtn. 

lt:7. Tfc« Sy^od shall elect ten members of the Board of Trusi#«« 
«f Oiainir (Allege for a term of four year« e*rh Nomlneee shsH b* 
Mlbaltted to the Synod by the Board of TruBtee«, bat In Its aelectior 
•CTrwUMS the Synod shall not be rnnfined to the nomlneee submitied 
hy tlM Board of Truste«»- Theee Trusteee Bhall be divided Into four 
elMBM aad •ball be ellcible for re-election 

11:1. The Synod shall tripnnUlly elect a Trustee of the MoultAlB 
lt«Cr«at AftKM-latlon 

!•:•. Th« Synod shall elect twenty members of the Board of Trus 
t«M «f !*••*• College, two of whom ihsU t* memb«T« of th* Fir*' 
Preabytertan Church of Raleigh, North Carolina, and two Truite«.(. 
■iMil] be elected from each of the nine presbyteries, nominee* nha; 
to Bubmltled to the Synod by the Board of Tru«te*e but In lt« 
MiMttos of Troste«a the Synod shall not be confined to these noml 
■mi: Trustf** «hsil b« elected fer s term of three years each, and 
ih«n be divided Into three elaaaee: all Tr««teee shall be eligible for 
rwlintli I C'Artlcles of iBcorporatlon /»'S Mtnmtfi of 8r»od 
WP. 111-114.) 

lf:lt. TiMByBed ahall alert three Trustee of the A T MeCallare 
two laymen and one mlnl«t#r. 



one of whom ahall 



tea 

«f tow 



Wt Fayettevllle I»r*«bytery. who «h«i 
(Bee Section X of the Will » 



lerm* 



BmCTWS ▼ 
8¥NODH ttM N'CII. 

A MaMMamMHJF AMD DUTIES 
RmU) 17:1. The CoqbcII shall comM of t7 aMaibatis. includlag the 
Moderator, the Chairmen reapertlrely of the tmw BMMtlve 



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IM 



mltte« and of the Nominating Oommlttee, the PrMliaBt of the Maa- 
of the-Choreh, the Prealdent of the Women-of th»<*iwch ei offitto: 
one other woman (see Rule 23:M); the Chairman or repraMttUtlTe 
of the Stewardship Committee, or Ita cooBterpart. of mtih of tk« Bina 
Preabyterles; nine members at-large of three claaMB 9t thfm mm- 
bers each, whose term of office ahall be for thr«« yaara.. At laast 
», veti m.'mbers shall be lay persons. The Gtneral Secretary shall 
t«- !ii.' Clerk of the Council. 

17 2. It ahall be the duty of the Council to nominate the members 
of the Nominating Committee. 

17:3. The Oooncil shall be the agent of Synod to confer with the 
(2aiieral Secretary about the duttea of his office 

17:4. Tha Council shall elect tta own Chairman and a rlce-chalr- 
man. who shall be of a different term of office. 

17:5. The annual Report of the Council shall be presented to tha 
Synod on the evening of the flrat day of meeting. 

». eVBCOMMITTKBFI 

17:6a. 8tnc<irdMhip and Budgetm (1) To prepare the benevolence 
budget of the Synod, baaad on the Budget Askings submitted by the 
General Awiembly and the Synods Agencies (Church Ei- 
tension. Christian Education Higher Education, Including Ldu 
catlonal Institutions and Campus ChristlaB Life; HomM Including 
tha Orphans , William Black, and the Preabyt«rUn Homea; later- 
Church Ageaciaa auch as the North Carolina Ooancll of Charehaa. 
etc I ( 2 ) To raport auch budgeta. with recommaadaOooa. for approv- 
al of tha Synod via Synod s 0>uncll before obllgatloaa ahall be cob- 
tractad by aach agenclaa and InstltutionH of the Byaod: (3) To 
raoowaad ta Byaed'a apportionments to the Preabyterles. (4| to 
proBMta the Brary-Mamber CanvaM: and to supenrlae all matters 
pertaining to the financial goals of the Synod 

17- ib. Program: Tha arraagaiBMit of the dally deTotlonal aerr- 
kaa.'tfea Sacramental ■anrtca. aUtad addraaaaa. and the entire pro- 
gram af baataaaa at the meeting of Synod In conformity with the 
Kaadlag Ralaa. 

17 4c Puhticitp: The dlacovery and promotion of waya and meana 
of aabaaclng the toUl Preabyterlan Program through public ralar 
tloaa. 

17 4d Rfcordt ReTlewlBg and reportlBg on tha Mlaates of tha 
General Aaaenhly. the MInutea of Synod, the MlBBtaa af Praabf- 
terlea. 

17: da. Fimanie and Au4U$: ( 1 ) Ta prepare the Budget for Byaad'a 
OfHre and program of work; (2i To review all audited reporta of 
the foregoing agenclea aad Inatltuilons of the Synod and of the 
McCallam BMata. with recommendations to the Council. (Mtnotea 
of the 0MM«1 Aaaembly. 1931. p. 143. require a prlatlng of a digwt of 
thaaa aadlta la Synods Mlnutesi; to supervise the distribution af 
tha ■qaaliaatlae Fund 

17: W. trOMINATIOSS To nominate to the Council all aomlnaaa 
to fill vamnrles as they artae 

17 7 rVNCTlONS The functions set forth above shall be per- 
formed by corresponding eaaualttoea elected by tba Cooacll. 

17:1. Jfiicellaaewaa: Ta parform other functions of the Bynod 
which are b<k apadlcaUy awrtgaad ta other committees 



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SECTION VI 
COM.MITTKK8 - ) 

A. KXECl TIVK COMMITTBKO: ^ 

Rmlf 18:1. Tll« Biecutlve Commlttewi of Synod mn clothed with 
MtlMrity. wltlda earUla well-d*flnpd limlU. to execote and con 
flla4« tlM taMtoMB —UMfd to their car«. They shail be dlTfSed 
tato rab-QMI^JttMa to WUA whMll b* «Mit«li«<l tb« particular diTl 
■loM Of tlMir I wiMttTB precrapia. ui4 tti« BxecutiTe Commiu»M 
■hall determine Um OMtlMd koU 0( dlvtelMl tato lulxommltteea 
and the naming of CtalrflMa oC Um* «s«aattow. The aBh^m 
mltteea. with the approTal of their rMiMCtlTC 
rhooee to mft* with them la an adrlaory eapacttr _ . 
■hall be dMvad aaltabl* aad qaalllad fw aaai aanrka. wlthoat 
Totinc power. 

18 2 BM>h of the BzecaUre Commltteea trlMUilallT akaQ 
ommend to the CommlttM oa Nomlaattoaa aa additional 
at iarce for Chairman of the Committee, for Bomlnatton to th« I 



I. CHURCH MITBN810N 



acts 

«C 



JTale lt:l. M9mh«r$hip The Committee ahall ba 
■whin (ladailag the Chairman), aa followi: 
Gtafdi ■iHaalia la Um Sy a a il e al ** ogieie; alaa 
wiiaapiwidlat Ooauaittaaa la P r a a h y t iiea; twdlva at Uuva 
one woman (Rata n:M) tnm the Sraodleal (threa daaaaa af foar 
m#>mbeni each whaaa tarn e( office shall be for thraa yaan)- At 
leant rUht meaiban shall bs lay p irs e as. 

19:Z (<jmmUte«»: Thia Committee, charged with the proako- 
tnon of Home Mlasiona. EvaoKellsm. Radio, and Negro Work, ahall 
be diTlded Into ■ab-rommltteee. the Church Extension Committee aa 
a whn|<> to determlB* the orsanlsation of the Committee Into eab- 
rommltteee. 

lt:S Functions: ThIa Committee ahall fnactloo aa followa: 

ttla. Through Hosie If UticMM ; In cooparaUM wUhtba PTMbyta- 
rlaa. aarvey the Home Mlaaloa fields, n ss i a . aatf ofpartaaittM aad 
in tteoeral datrlas alaaa tm yroawClag largar lataraat la Hoaia Wm- 
aloa« In tha 8fao4: pra aw t a eharch aad auaas plaaalac aai arae- 
tlon : sad eharch extaaslea. 

1» ah Through J—a fl lam: 8a»«nris« tiM Syaors 9nmiai' 
iat(a>. cooperate wiU tfea Praabytarlas la eeadaetlas anMgailMle 
campalgas. aad fostar tha spirit af entadallaai aa« d a ?a l apla« tka 
splrltaal life of tha Syaad by taiadat ta tha Syaad wMfe Itforaatlaa 
aad recommendations aa m^m pertinent aad prvdcat 

l»:lc Throoch KmM» m4 TttmH$tom, ta iju o gratla a with tta 
AaaaaMy's ComaOttaa. asak to praMola tha s p w a ifg 9t tha Oasval 
by aaa af tha RadSe aad Talairlilaa. 

It Sd. Tfcraai^ N«fn« Work: la eooperatkm with the Aaaaah 
hi 7 a Ooaatttaa. ssek to encoaraga tha Prartiyt« rlsa a ad cha r s h s s 

to sapport and promote this phase <rf the Charch'a wark. 

t. CAMPV8 Ca^lMTlAN LIFE 

Rmk te la M€m^^tnhip Tha Caa»niltta« shall ba eooiposed of 
incladlax tha ■jaaitBal Pr w i isat, m afMa. aad Us 



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Chairmaa. Thwe shall be three claasee <rf sU membtrs each, whose 
torm of offlt*- Bhall be for three years. MsadlCTS shall be choeen 
for (heir knowledge of and inUreet la tha pfa«ram of Christian 
Hlcber Education At laast six merahars shall ba BBlataters. and 
both Uymen and wepaa dMald be ladadsd la the mcmberahip 
Bach Prsahytery ahoald be reprcMnted at all times by at least .m* 
reprsasatatlve, who ahall eadaavor to promote the cause In his 
prsiAytsiT. 

Raie 20:lh. Oi-f aaiaaf ion : The Committee shall hare the author 
Ity to sataWsh aa^ aab-commltteee as may be neeeaaary for the 
farthMaaea of Its wark. ladadlac (1) Program and (t) Flaaaca. 

Rule **:lc. FaacltoiM : In cooperation with the church or 
eharehsa aaar adaaatloaal InaUtatloas within tha boaads of 
Synod, tha Commlttaa ahall develop and promote the caaaa of Cam 
B«s Chrlatlan Life, Includlnc the spiritual welfare of atadiMU In 
tkaae instltotlona; and further, ahall supervise the work of OaaipM 
ChrlatUn Life, la eoopm^tlon with the local C^BP^^^^'^^'^^ 
Commltte«« in gaaeral. the Commlttaa will be fforarasd ay tha 
IfaMHol on Campm$ ChrUtian Life. The Committee shall report an 
Bually to Synod. 

I. MDVCATlOh'AL ISBTITVTIOVB 

Rule «0 ta. Ifaaiheraltip The Commlttaa ahall bs compoaed of 
20 membera. ladadteff the Chairman, aad tha Bynodlcal Chairman 
of Higher Haaatlsa ar har ooaatarpart, es •#«««« There -l^ll »»• 
thrac claaaaa af rtx ■awabsrs sach. whooe terai af office ahall bs tor 
thrae yaars (except tha artftaal Committee which shall be arrancsd 
by classes to serve respsetlvely for ooe. two. sod three years, aad 
otherwise sab)ect to Rules governlag terms of offtes of .^mmltt#«. 
manbars). Maabsrs shall be choaen for their knowledge of and in 
twart la tha caaas of Chrtatlan Higher Bdacatton. At least six 
■MHihars Aall bs laysM. laeladtag woaMa. Bach Prssbyterv shoaid 
ks uprsssataii at all tUaas by at Isaat oaa i s pr sa sa tUlve who shall 
cBAsavor to promote the caaae In hia prsskytary. 



have sathorlty 
for the for- 
lastltatloM 
OMMBlttasa 



JTals f»:Ih. Orf aai aat law: The Commlttaa shaU 
to sstaMlak aaek aalMjaaMBltteea as may bs 
tksfaasi af Ito work laiiadlBg (1) SyaoTs 
aad ft) TaoUlonai OaMdMa. Tks faaetloM of 
sre set forth in genf r«l. aa foUows: 

(1) AMad** Jdaoaflsaal /aeflfalieaa: The Committee dMll 

UM isBiral fdacatkiaal work of the Synod, ooor 

with th# PTMtddato aad Baarda of Dlrat^ors of all the 

»!« and c*>ij*g« #ltkta tha haaada af th* lyaad. aad 

wllk tha Baard of Dlr^Blan af Ualaa 




rapavt 
I Mali 



1^ Syaod. 

■a tha p roblem s laT^Tad la tha wark of 
Itlaaa aad make r«>commendatloas to Synod 

(t) rseafMaal Oafdaaca: Tha Coaaalttae shall eupervlM the 
lad wark of the Oaldaaos Osator(s). aad report 
to Syaad. 



f. CBUariAN BDVCATIOV 

n.l M ember ih^fm Tks Oasuaittae shall b« 

(inrittdtBK thv Chalraiaa) aa follows: 



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Synodt lien's Qranell. ChAtnnaa Chrlttlan BdncaUoa ta »*• Sytuxl 
I<»I. PrMidcat Sniod'i TouUl CooncU. Pr«sUleilt 0« gyBOfl Sunday 

Srhool Superintendents Assorlatlon. ex officio: nln« Chairmen of 
ChrlstUn Educ&tlon from th« Pr««b3rt«rle«: nlB«t metnbert at Urge 
(three clUMuen of three m«mb«rt Mdi wh<m» term of office ehall be 
for three year*) . At least serwi OMiBbers riisll be lAj p«»on». 

Jl 1. Orwm*—tion: The Committee shall hxf the aathorlty to 
tflrlde Itself lato sob-commtttees for furtheraace <a lU wort. 

11* Function*: la tba oo«4aet ol the wort, the OojMUttee "hall 
cooperate with the Presbyteries la «»«»^?«^«'*«^ '^l J^i^lfJ 
the Committee shall be to superTise and direct the C"«'«" ■ '""^ 
•ranam of ChrUtlan Maeatloa. with a Tlew to the promotUm aaa 
dUelopment of all the departmenU and phaeee of thlt caaee through 
oat the bounds of Synod. 

214 The CcimmUtee thall trlennlally recommend to the Com 
mittee on NomlnatJoBi a Director of Christian Bdocation for noml 
nation to Synod. 

B. PERMANENT COMMITTEES 

Rule « 1 The duUes of the ssTeral Permaaaat Committees shall 
be m general Buch as their names IndlcaU aad custom hM nxed 
Their mambership shall be nomiaated by the Committee on Nomlaa- 
tloBS. sseapt as elsewhere prorided. 

Rale Ml. ADVI80R7 COMMITTEE ON EIOHEM EDVOATION: 
SS: la. Functions. The functions of the per m a a— t Adrlsory Com- 
mittee ■hould be adrisory in natare. 

(1) It should be the reeponslblllty of the AdTlsOTT Committee ta 
ron».ult with the Synod. < ummlttees on Higher Education In the 
•raluatlon of the edaeational profram of the SyMi and the planning 
of overall Mrategy for this program, ajid to make rerommendationa 
for Its Improrement 

(2) The AdTtoenr Oemmlttee ahaU tim qwwUt with the h^miaia- 
tratlons of the collates eoaceraed la aaalatte* tfca* la the davalof- 
ment of their own programs. 

U lb. ReaponalbUlty The AdTisory Committee shoald be respoa- 
sibU> to th» Kx.< utlv.' (ommlttw* on Higher Education. 

n:le. Nomination of Members: Tha »«*S?4!L ?L*tf!IJ!l!![ 

neat Advisory Committee ahould be i s C io mm sBiSd If the ■weaure 
Committee on Educational InHtltutlons to the NomUmtlag Oomnn^ tee 
of the Synod whirh ahould have the flnsl responalblllty of nomine- 
tlona before Rynod 

M Id. The number on the permanent Advisory Committee should 
be aot le« thaa Are a«r BMre than nine It is taggeatad that the 
■ambar be sat at alas tw the laitlal appointment. 

M:le. Terma of OfTlce. 
aub)ert to re-election. 

M If Compenaatlon CompaMaUon for serrice on the Adrisory 
Committee ahould be on a per item basis, plus expeasaa from the 
funds of the Higher Bdaotttoa CaWBltlsi. 

Emit M ta ANNVtTtEE AND RELIEF To promote tbe welfare 
•f the oaaae withia the Sn»«^. membership to be composed on tae 



Members shall senre s three-year term. 



C?b alrm f iii o( saeh CommUte« of the eorreepondlog caus« ta tte ser- 
eral Preabyteriea. one woman (Rule 23:M). a»« «ie member *t-large 
who shall be Chairman of the Committee 

23 Sb It ahall b« the duty of thla Committe« to promote the wora 
of enllatlng and preparing those entering the serrice of the church. 

St:le. Tlw OoMntttaa ahali sdmioiBter the Reynolds Trast Faad 
far Agal MlalalMV aa i^orlded tn the plan of distribotloa a4<wted 
by the Synod. (Miaatea 1147. pp &43 546) 

R%U MS. ABBEMBLY'8 GENERAL FOND AGENCIES: To In- 
form the Synod concerning the Board of Women's Work, the Bible 
Cause Montr<«t. Stlllman College, the Htatorlcal Poa^atlon. the 
General Council, and the Presbyterian School of Chrtotlaa Bdtttt- 
tion. etc.. together with other Assembly work assigned to it from 
time to time; memberahip to be compo«ed of the Chairman of each 
Committee on Asaemblys General Fund Agencleti In each Preaby- 
tery. one Woman'. (Rule 2S:td). and a member-atlarge who shall 
aerre as Chairman 

R»le M:4. BEQUESTS AND DEFERRED GIFTS: 

23 4a Memberthip There shall be sermi ammb e n of the Com 
mittee. one of whom shall be aomlaated as Chalrmaa, to "w^* • 
Urm (rf three years, and eligible for re-election. As a rala, woagn 
not necnessrilT m«ibers shall be laymen, preferably pMW>M tamU- 
iar with the whole area of wills. bequeeU. end deferred gifu. 

23 4b Functiont The faseCtoBs of the Committee shall bs to 
furnish information to ths Synod and to sdrise indlTidaiOs. eherches. 
and Institutions in regsrd to programs for bequests and defsrred 
gifts, relsting to educstloaal Institutions snd othsr sgenclw of the 
Syntd. 

Rule 23:6. CHRISTIAN RELATIONE: 

M:&a. Mriiiber$hip: to comprlae the Chairman of each Oemmlt- 
tee of the correepondlng cause In the serersl Presbytarlea. one 
w<wtaa (Rule 2S:»d). and one mem ber^t large who shall be Chair 
Buui of the Committee. 

ft -5b FunctioHt: To obeerre and study the society of oar day. 
and r^ort to Synod snch eondltlona and evstoms. moremeata aad 
trwda tlMrata as v prei>arly nMUtMra for eoasiderstion and wltneos- 
baaring of a Church Court, with recom wdatlOBS as to what action 
shtmld be t^oi, or witness borne by Synod eoMarnlng them. 

n:5c. The Chairman of the Committee on Chrlatlan Helatlona 
shall serre as sn Adrisory mfmber of the Executive Committee on 
Christian Education. 

Rule M:«. HOMES s. Mkmber$h^p To be composed of the 
ChalrmeB of corresponding coinmltteee In the aeversi Preabyteri^, 
oae woiaaa (Rule 23 »d>. andione member stisrge who shall senre 
aa Chairman, b fuHctionM: To cooperate with the official Boards 
and Directors of the Presbyterka Orptans' Home, the Presbyterian 
Home, Md the William Black Home; to proeaoto the program aad 
work eC theae instttutlonii within the boaada of Synod: to receive 
the Reporto of t^ee Institutions, studying all tha praUmaa Inrrtv ed 
In tlMlr work; aad to report upon them to Synod, nwktag noeeeeary 
raeoamendat ions. 

KuSf 21 :a INTERCHVHCH RELATIONP To inform the tmod 
of the work of the North Carolina Council of CharclMa 
iBterdenomlnstlonal program*. 



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tt'.Th. M«aik«nhlp Is to eoaaM at IS in4>inb«r«. faMlsAiBC at 
M TrwM At iMwt flT« of tlM BMBter* shall b« lay pwiSM. 

W7e. Tbe Nomln«tlnf Committee irlennially shAll nomlnaU to 
• flfcalrisii wbo tbaii mtts m th» fpt m mt ati^t of SjrBoi 
tto mrrtwioiiilliii Cotomittee of tlM a«B«ml AmmaMj- 



ll:7d. There ihall b« tuch iub-commlttee« as are ceceMiry. 



tS:7«. Bzcopt as may be otherwla* prescribed ia 

(8m DIRBCTOKT aad Rule 24:1a). represenutlvsa to_t>a lyfc 
Caroltaa Oooaetl oT Charche* (commeosurate with aad fropotl^oar 
au to the namber of r^pren^ntaHTsa aUowad fcjr tfca Ovaaeii of 
OiarebM) shall be elected for a term of thrsa ysars. rilclMs far mm 
addltloaal ttrm, and arraosed according to ~* 



23 7f. Members of the Inter-Church Relations Committee 
named by that Committee to serre as representatives of Synod oa 
the several Committees on CROP, mcrant Work, and Rural Church 
of the North Carolina Council of Churches. 

23:7g. Syaod shall annaally elect three repreoenUtlvso froai the 
ai^tai-rttj •( tba iMir-Churrh Relations Committee, aoate^ad by 
tks OoasaUttaa oa NoaUaatioos. to o(ri<uiiy represent tlM Syaod at 
the annual mssttag of the Count ii expoasso to bo bormo by tbs 
Syaod; aad tbooo rsprsosataUT^ shall report to tbo Synod at Its oab- 
it mssthif thl«ai^ tbo Owailftss on Inter-Cburch Retatloaa. 



JTalo »:•. MINI8TBR AND HIS WORK. 

MMt* 2S:8a. ifeiwbertJklp shall consist of the Cbalrmen of the cor- 
rwaoadlnf Commissions la the several Presbyterlas, and foar 
■MMbora«t Urge Including the Chalrmsn of the Oomralttoe. at 
loast tbroe of whom shall be Ruling Elders, to sonre a Um of three 
yoora soch. The SUted Oerk of Synod sball sorre ex officio as 
of the Comialttoa. 



Jlols a:Mk FaacMoas: (1) To r«*d« O M l rts ar s U P«J<*y<«T 
by (a) aiiiibsBii of taforatatloa aa to ofoa toMs. min 
to eteaes. aad as to Diraslefa of Cbristlaa Bdaeatloa 
•ad otbor lay psrsoas avallaMo tor starch *"'*'*'"**!l^i**'<^^^ 
racilltatlaa tbo trsarfw of silalBlors bstwoca vtftoaa PrMbytorfos; 
(2) To r«idsr saatotaMO to tbo Aassaibiys OomUMoo aad Prsaby- 
ttrl«» Commlselons la SMMortac tbo propor P^tloa «« t^ «*■■ 
Ister. snd the relationship of tbo mlalator aad tbo cbareb. MMt 
forth in Scripture and Interpreted In tbo Soofc o/ Charca <><'••%' 
(I) To report aaaoally to Syaod. maktac approprlato noam m m ^ 

lloa^ (a) oa settoas takoa by ^ ,^!f^Jf;^l*S^^L^ 

I Offwti wi— «o os: and (b) Oa pi Bgrsw of tao Ooaustt- 

ProiAytMT Coaualsrtoas. and (4» To apoaoor Syaod Coa- 

foroaoM oa tbo Mtatotor aad Hto Work, aad to eoopwate fn Regtosal 



(Fw farther datiee and fnactlons of thl« Commlttoo. osc 
XIX (RoTlsed. Chapter 10) of The Book of Chmrrh Order 1 

Jtoie M:ta. MOMIKATIOMU: Tbo OoainUttoo shaU bo 
11 msaihoni. tadadlas oao woaisa (So* tSitd). om 
the PreohytMTloa. aad a oMaibor-at-tan* who shall serro i 
man Measbors of tbo Ooaaimoo sball b* nominated by 
Council 



:tbw It will be tbo 
to the Syn«id of all 



of tbo CoMBslttoo to nak* 
ibortHiManri oa the sovoral ( «n< 



Chapter 



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of 
I Cbair- 
Byaoi*a 

nnmloa- 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



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of all other committee members and Chairmen not otherwise pi 
for elsewhere tn these Standing RuIm and of »]l Tru8tr<Hi elected 
by Synod. 
2J:»«. In making nominations for membership on the aoywal 
asd riiinmlftoaa. the Committee shsU confer with the ^«por 
Itatlvw of laaMtutlons, Boards, or Commutes, relatlTO tO 
with auiUble qusUflcatlons to serve on Boards or C«mmtt- 



U:M. ExcoiK aa oCborwIso a p s cf sd. woi 

(^unrii. or Committees of Syaod obaU bo aoaUnatod by tbo 

Butive Board of the Women-of-tbo-Syaod Of North Carolina, to 

tbo Noataatlag Comralttoo of the Syaod. 

SS:fo. Where membership on Synod's C omaUtt oa o la deUrmiaed 
by aetkm of other bodies, the Nominating Coaualttoo sball aabadt to 
tbo Statod ClM-k at each aaaoCtac of the Synod, the fall Hot of 
Goauatttoo aiaBubarablp. 

2l:Pf. All snch nominations referred to above, however, shall not 
proelade aoailBatlona from the floor by any moatbor ct Syaod. 

#t«le »S:1« PME8BYTBRIAN 8URTEY. jroa»b«rthlp: To bo 

compoood of Chairmen of corresponding conmlttoaa in Proabytorleo, 
aad oao aiaiabar at largr who shall serve as Chairman. F«»cf4o«t: 
fl) TO oaeoarago aad fscllltaU earollment and renewal In the 
■vory-Faally Plan: (2) To encourage the widest possible uae of 
tbo magastae In all churches and home«! of tbo Syaod: and (S) To 
r^ort aannally to the Syaod. 

Kate 13:11 ftTAKDiyo RDLE8: The Committee shall be com- 
psood of the Stated Clerk as Chairman, the Moderator, and the Chair 
aaa of tbo CoaaUttoo oa Noaitaatloas. The functions of tbo Osaua lt- 
too wUl bo to roTlow tbo SrajratiN Ruuxs for consistency aad eorroct- 
Bsao, aad to brtaf la rscommaadatkwis for amend moat wboe and 
wboro a ss d s d. 

Ante M: 11. WOMMS'8 WORK : To Inform t he Syaod of the work 
Of tbo Woaisa tt tbs Syaod aad Osaoral Assombly; l a s a aba ra blp to 
bo oompiiasd of tbroo insiabsra. oao of whom shall bs aaaMd as 
Tbfttfi H^" Ml tbo rscioBinisadatlita of tbs Nominatiag OMnmlttoo: 
aad tbo Prssldsat of tbo W s a aaa of the Synod e* oiieio. 

Rut* 23:11. WORLD MI88t01f8: To promote the welfare of World 
Mlastoas and Overssas Rollirf within tbo Syaod. msaibanlil|ito bs 
eompo«ed of the Chairman of each Committee oa World nasloas 
within the several Presbyterl*^, one woman (Rule 23:»d). and one 
■Mahar-ot-large. who shall be the Chairman of the C<»iimittos. 

C. OaVEMAL R0LE8 OOVERNINO COMMtTTEEB: 
J?«loM:ia TermofOffki* No Moaibar of tbo BaoeaUvs Ooaialt- 
tsoo or of the gyn'>d's Coandl sball aorro bioto tlMa two aaaaaeattrs 
tonaa. wttboat a year siapidaf: aa ai a wb s r of any oCbar OaaiBitttoa 
shaU ssrrs hmgor tbaa one throo-ysar torm. withoot a ysar slap s tM . 
ggiipt m othwwise net forth la tbsao Rate*, la eaos of P r aa b y t ory 
raproaaatativeo. where the rule weald bs vMalai. aaafe aa by a 
ClasK repreaontative bolag cloctod a Pf SO byt s ry 
St the expiration of the fall limit of hto ssrrteo. bs sbatt 
to serve aatll oae year has eUpsod. and the Pis e by i sr y AoaM 
•Mttbor rsprsosBtatlve in hta placo. Part of a tsna shall net •• 
taaaldirid as s term aniens tbs lUMSplrod torm bslac filed tbail 
be for more than one-half of that term. 



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J4'lb. Terms of office of all Prwibjrtery represenUtlTW Mnrtat 
on Synod's Council. Committees and Boards unless in conflict with 
other rules) shall expire at annual meetings of Synod. 

24 Ic The terms of office of members of BMrds. the Council, or 
ComralttMa. who fall to attend meetings for a period of **•*▼• 
■lootka tor rcaaons other than being proTldeallaUy hindered shall 
b* twmtBatad automatically and the Tacanclaa ahall b« filled by 
the Synod on recommendation of the Nominating Committee 



S4:t. 



brtilMla 



prtotoi torn. Mi to m- 



M0tHng$. Tk« SyBod's Oomncll aD4 t^ Exacutlve Commit- 

ftt least OBM aaavally. aai P^rmanant Cwnmltteea 

shoold BMMt at least onc« aaaBaUy. 

24 Sa. Reportt. To all commlttaaa raspeelively shall be referred 
without voU. unl«M \hmf la objarttos. all reporta, documents, com- 
munlcatioBS. and «th« BBftktan p^Ulnlnf to tba several subject* 
upon which th^ ar« ftppotatai. aai It ahall ba thatr duty to forma- 
laU reporta spon the matters referred to them, and prasent the sama 
to Synod for aictlon 

S4:Sb. Ail actions and reporta of all the anb-ooBmltteea of 
■zacvtlTa aad Pernoanent Commltteas and of the Council are aabjaet 
to tha approval of the parant Commlttac of which they ara A part, 
and ordinarily the Chairman, or mmm nppolntad BMnaber of tha 
parant Committee, shall make tha eomhtsad report to Synod of all 
approved actions of the sah^ommltteea. 

24 Sc. Commlttaaa ohnll Mah* thatr r«»mru •• 
ent with clarity. aT<4diac qnotntloBS from Bonrd 
other matters as are alaawh«ra av allnh ia la frtart* 
aMt orally only aaaantial daU from Raiporta and 

24 Sd Comraittaea. except the Council and the Commlttae on 
Nominations nhould place, through their rhalrmen. coplae <^th«lr 
Reporta to Synod. In the hands of the SUted CTerk <rf Synod. Mt 
later than approximately thirty day« before the meeting of Synod. 

24 4 XomlfiafiOlM. The Council. CommHtees. and other sgenctsM 
of Synod may recommend to the Permanent Committee on Nomina- 
tions persons to fill vacancies occurring on Council. Committees. 
and Bionrd* of Agencies and Institutions of Synod, or persons assign- 
ed to tham a» Executives of their work 

D. BTANDISO COMMITTMMB: 

Jfalf If'l Btu rt'ft OMMiittntn of Ave or mora uoiihara ahnU 
ba appolntad hy Ite MotwnHar, nt an aarly boar In tba preeaadlags 
of the r«««lar maattngg of SyBOd aa follows: 

(1) Attendance; Functions of the Committee are to conalder and 
to r»<-ommend to Synod diq^o^tlon of all requ«U to be excused 
froai attendance of Synod fW a part of or the full proceeding* of 
the meeting. 

(2) Bills and Overture* 
(S) Judicial 

(4) Reaolntlons 



E 8PKCIAL COMMtTTMBM AND RMrRBMMVT ATTWm 



Hmlt 2f:l. 
whana 
or tha 



Synod 



a< Mirtal ■ai 



itteee 

Iters. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA >•* 

M:2 The Synod i reprewntatlve on the 0«f*!^!£l? 
cll on Higher Education shall serve a term of three yaar*. 
aligible lor one additional Urm. 

SBCTIQN VII 
FINANCIAL Rt'LES OF Wn<1K8 OF SYNOD 

B-i- mi All aaenclaa of Synod shall clear through *>»• P^^^^Vj" 
.hfp•?o^^tti!^S^°cJ^n?ll a^r.Q«a.U for funds. Including cmg. 

r:2 All Tr«-«r.r. of synods Fund. (Offlce^orc^"^^^ 

Eduction. Homea. and other ^^^ "A '^'•^ita M tha 
taoadad in an approved snraty company for •^J^?*"" ^Jli 
SSSSa Ld Audit Commltta* ahall d^^^^^^; "A-it^T'tSd 
I^outs ahall ba andltad nnnnally byan approvod aeeonntaat. ana 
annnal raport. ahall ba raadarad to Syw>C 

I7:t. All agencl« of synod •oaktofhjjjroljj^ 
■wMd ahall present annually to tha ^^f^*'^;^,^^^Tj^ Lr 
SSTto formulate a budget, tofothar with t^«^^ W«JJ ? JJ 
ZSmK- (I) i two-yaw comparison financial atatament: and (2) 
rtSJrinr eimpnTlio. of hi^iou 

•n.A All AMBdaa of Synod shall ahara In an t—llf tlon PW. 

^TSyiSd^SSig " T. Equall«tlon Fund are to be rep.»rted to the 
Central Treasurer. 

iBCTioN vm 

MEETIN'OS AND STANDING ORDERS 

jttL^. r*rune^vr«c\\cM-^^^^^^^^ 

mml*»:l. Mmronment Tha Strtad Oark ajd ^g*"^! ^SJ 
aSlMMtitnU a Committee on ^^wUment jrhkJ^AjBijiao* atU^ 

Sil ^ at whlah Synod la to convana at an bonr }Mt UUf tna opa» 

MS Bnah mamber shall, on arrival, report to »^C«»Sj»^ % 

iheir iaenufor enrollment The roll thus preparad ,*<*«»7»« *f 
^^t^rtl .bill L reported to the Synod at the opening of Synod, 
at which time additional enrollment •hall be made 

_ ,^ »^., mmtmriMmmrnt Smod's Program Committee shall ar 
JSJl^ia ^,:iX:!!^i<^S!:i^^- ^^r4.nc. with the follow 
Ing regulations namaty: 

M la. Aa inatttntton anurtalnlng Synod ahall be paid at th# r«!» 
-# oia f.ir aiSlowSnUtlva (Sao SKTION ID for the 9r.t fortr 
:f^,^.l'?; til^SS^STh the tlrat maal aarved, and at a raU not 



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to n«'tH^ on<" dollar for each meal thereafter Tbl» mfe 
•hall al»o apply to tboM raeata of Synod who ar« approved by tha 
Prognxa C4imaMbf. All Tltltort of Synod shall make arnuttementa 
for thair owo •■(•rteiDmeDt, and shall be charged for mill at tlia 
praTalllnc rata, by tke boat Inatlttitlon or church. 

SO: lb. A eharcb entertalQing Synod ahall b« paid ao aMMUM; Ml 
exceeding one dollar a meal for each member of Syiiod and 
for fVMta, when aach church shall be Mrrloc ob« or two maals at 
the ehar^ hnlldlnK or other central plaea. 

SO; le. Official repreaentativea of Synod and fumtM shall bs foraiah- 
•d with meal tickets when reglsurlng, which shall bs coUaetad at tbs 
dlBlnc-rooa: aad tka host InstitatlMi or church shall ba rslaibanad 
by Syaod aa tka haate of tb» aaahi asrrad. as verllad bj tha ttefcata. 
aai as otharwiaa jMvrldad by tba Stasdinc RqIm. and no institntlaa 
or eharcb shall b« compelled to aastaln a loaa in the eDi«ruiDm«Bt 
of the Synod. 

MmU SI : 1 Mtpentet. Per capita aMMMMMl far Ifaai 
ahall ba of sandent amount to Mast tka mMfmrnm af tka 
Clark's oClaa aad sach appropriations as are made by Byaod ta ba 
paid frofli thki faad. 

S1:S. All salaried officers of the Synod, or any of its acaaclas, 
ahall ba alactad by tha Byaod. aad the term of office aai 
U<» shall ba flzad by tha Synod. 



S1:S. Tba a s e s s s s ry axpanaas of tha Bzscattra 
shall ba paid fraoi the funds sTatlabla for the work 
tha svpMTlaioB a( t b sss Commlttaas. 

SI : 4. Tba azpaasss of the Conncil shall bs bora* by Syaod'a Office. 

OenmlttMs shall ba 

atbarwti* provldsd for. 



SI: ft. Tba aa e sss ar y expenses of 
paid by tha Byaad from its Traaaary, 

Sl:f. Whan traral of oommlttaa 
tloB. tba azp«Ma ahall ba tha aetaal 
mUaaca ikall ba Igured at 



fal by paMie tranaporU- 
traral ta by car, tba 



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tfea mi Syaed. tka Modaratar sbaU latredaea to tba Syaoi all 
tara wko batra baaa r aas i vs d lata Ita 

the last Stated Me^gag. 

SS:S. Tka Sacnunaat of the Txtrd'a Sapfa 
•rat day «f tka Synod's ine«tii]K duriog tka 
faOawlnc the retiring Moderator's Mrmon 

tS:t. Tka aanea of the Ministers of Synod who havt 

tba B/aadlml ysar shall b* r«ad in connection with tka 1 

rtas, snd an adequate memorlsl of each, not to axeasd 
iy SdO wordM. »hall b« printed In the Mtaataa af BflkalL 



tS:4. Tka Prufram Ckimmlttee shall prorlda tha 
for Oo«»lttasa a« Byaad. 



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SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 

vn. srcTWHsioN or offh kri* 

A. MtMk>niton 



ItlS 'Rev Robert H. Chapman 
ltl4 'ReT Samuel C. Caldwell 
1S15 'Rev Wmiwn McPheetera 

181C 'Rev. John Roblnaon 

1817 No m««tlM— no quorum preaenL— 
ltl« "ReT. 3omvk Caldwell 
lilt •RaT. Jonathan Freeman 
18*0 'R**- William PaUley 
1821 •R«T. John M Wllaon 

1882 'ReT. John Robinson 

1828 'Rev. John WItherapoon 

1824 *B»y- C«Un Mclver 

1825 "Rer. John B I^vla •■- 

1828 'Rtr. William MrPheetem 

1827 'Rev. R H Morrison 

(The Staled Clerk has no record 

1827 and 1828 ) 
ItSS 'Retr. Lemuel D Hatch 
list •ReT. John WllUamaon 
IIM *R«T. Samuel L. Graham 

1831 'Rev. Hiram Goodrich ~ • 

1882 "Rev. Samuel Wllllamaon 

1888 •R«T. Henry A. Rowland.. 
1884 'Rev. James W. DoaffUs 
1888 "ReT. Henry Pharr 
1888 'Rev. Joaeph Brown 

1887 "Rev. H. N. Hardin* 

1888 •Rev. Stephen Frontla 
1838 'ReT. Daniel A. Penlrk 

1840 'ReT. Alexander Wllnon 

1841 'ReT. William N Peacock 
1841 "IUt. Walter 8. Pharr 

1843 *ReT. Janee PblUipe 

1844 "ReT. Simeon Colton 

1848 "Rev. Samuel WIUlaiM»B 

184f 'ReT. Drtiry Lacy 

1847 'ReT. Kraader McNalr 

1848 'ReT. Cyma Johneon 
1848 •Rer. John A. Or«*ter 
1810 •n*f. Adam GllehrUt 
IMl *ReT. ArcbtbaM Baker 

1882 'Rev Wm N. MataUM 

1883 "Rev Hwtor McLean 

1884 "Rev. A L Watta 

iMi *fUT. Kll W raruthera..-~.~~.- 

18M •Rev. Nein McKay 

1857 'Rer Walter Pharr 

18M 'Rev Jacob Doll 

18«t •R»» A. K Naah 

IMO *Re» R H. Lailerty 

1881 *R*T Edwin HluM 



Plare of Merting 

Alamance Church 

Tbynllre 
FayetteTiUe 

■■;;;; _ Raieigh 

"* ' Rocky River 

FayetteTiUe 

Raleigh 
Poplar Tent 

„».. Salisbury 

„ „. Hlllaboro 

raretteTtll** 

Fayatterlllc 

Ore^naboro 

FayetteTiUe 

Saliabury 

of two meetlnica of yeara 



Raletch 

Fayetteville 

Hopewell 

Hllbboro 

^ Saliabury 

*" Wllmlnirton 

Oxford 

Salisbury 

FayetteTiUe 

Shilob 

Third Creek Church 

OJaeolntoa 

DMTllla. ▼• 
Fayetteville 

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Raleigh 

FayetteTiUe 

Charlotte 

OreenalKjro 

FayetteTllli* 

Salisbury 

HllUboro 

Centre 

Rocky RlTer 

DaaTlllc, Va 

Wilmington 

Concord 

Greensboro 

FayHteTlUe 

ClMrloUc 

N«« BMW 

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iloderatom 

•RpT John S. Sherwood 

•Rev. R. N. Davla 

•Rev A. O. HuKhes 

•Rev. Colin Shaw 

•Rev. R Hewitt Chapman 

•Rev. Archibald Currle 

•Rev. D. D McBrlde 

•Rev. Jesse Raokin 

•Rev. R. A Stanford 

•Rev. J. P. McPb-rMB „ 

•R«v. Arnold W. Miller „ 

•Rev. Jamea M Sprunt 

•Rev J. Rumple 

•Rev P. H. Halton 

•Rev. Martin McQue«-n 

•Rev, John Douiclaa 

•Rev Joseph R Wlimwi _ ^ 

•Rev E F Rockwell "Z^ZZZ 

•Rev Henry Smith . . , " ^ 

•Rev H O. Hill _ 

•Rev. L. McKlnnon 

F. H Johnston 

P T Penick 

J 0. Alexander . 

J W PrlmroHS „. 

•Rev. R, Z. Johnston 

•Gov. A. M Scales _„ 

•Rev. J. M Wharel 

•Rev. Alexander Sprunt ,^ 

•Rev. W E McIlwaiM. 

•Rsv. J. M. Rose 

•Rev. P. H Hojte ...^ 

•Rev. W. B Arrowood 

•Rev. EuRene Daniel ..«^_ 
•Rsv. A I) McClure „ 

•Rev. J B. Shearer _..^ 

•R«v. R F. Campbell 

•Rev. William Black 



'Rev 
•Rev 
•Rev 
•Rev 



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Flme of Mreting 

Goldsboro 

Goldsboro 

■Greensboro 

Fayettevllle 

Charlotte 

New Bern 

Wilmington 

Morgantoa 

Raleigh 

-«» Fayettevills 

Charlotte 

WllaitegtM 

- CoBoord 

Greensboro 

rayettevtile 

- Charlotte 

.....i.^.... Goldsboro 

SUteaville 

. — Raleigh 

Salisbury 

Ashevilla 

Wilmington 

Wlnnton 

Keldsvllle 

Concord 

.Fayettevllle 

.Goldsboro 

._ Charlotte 

^Wilmington 

Durham 



StatesviUe 



990 •Rev Robert W. D. Uwtoti 



•Rev. Robert E Caldwell. 

•R«v C G. Vardell 

•Rev. A. T. Graham 

•Rev J M Orler _ 

•Mr. George W. Watta„ 
•Rev. W. R. Coppadi* 
!»•▼ C M RichiiiS 
•Rev A R Shaw \ 

•Rev J M Wells „ 

•Hon A M Scales _ . 

•Rev W R Mint«r _ 

•Rev W. McC White 

•Rav. M McG Shields 

•R#». R r. Smith 
•Rev. Walter L LIngie 
•Rev. J. N. H. Summerell 
•Ra». D. H. Rolfton 



Fayettevllle 

New Bern 

Salisbury 

Gastonia 

Awheviile 

Raleigb 

Charlotte 



WttatagtMi 

«»■ nurham 

Red Springs 

StatesTtlla 

.Henderson vt lie 

— New Bm 

ll#d SprlncB 

Rocky Mosnt 

CSiarleCta 



ntekery 

Gas I OB la 

Salisbury 

Fnyetteviiia 



Deccaaad 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



tti 



mt 

19N 
1981 
1928 
1928 
1984 
192S 
19M 
1987 
l9tS 
1989 
1989 
1981 

\n% 

1988 
1984 
198i 
1988 

1987 
1988 
1989 
19M 
1941 
1948 
1948 
1944 
1945 
1948 
INT 
1948 
1M9 
19M 
IMl 
19SS 
19(8 
19f4 
19M 
19M 
1987 
19S8 
19M 



RaT. D. I Crnlg 

Hon. J. W McLauchlin 

Rav. J. R Bridges 

Rav. W E Hill 

RST. E D Brown 

R«T. J. H. Henderllta 

'Rav. C. E. Hodgin - 

Rar. H. B. Saaright 
Rav. A. R. McQ««'<'n 
Rev. R. A. Dann 
Rav. L. L Uttle 

RsT. John 8 Foster 

Rar. R. Murphy Wlllli 
RaT. A. D. P. Ollmour 

Rev R A. Wblte 

Dr J M. McOmnell 

Rav. B. R. Lacy 
Rar. E. E. Gtlleapie 
Rav. J. M Walker 
Rav. J. R McOragor 
Rar. W. M. Fairley 
Rav. R. H. Stone 
Rev. W. T. Thompson 
•Hon. Chaa. O Rose 
Rav. J. O. Mann 

Hon. W E Price „. 

Rav. H R MrFadya* 
Rev. John A RadlMSd. Jr» 
•Rev. O. C. WiUteauOB 
•Hon. Jos. B. Johnston 
•Rav. N. N. Fleming 
Rev. P. D. I^trlck 
Rav. Marlon 8. Hnaka 

Rav. C. M. Olbba 

Rav. Albart B. HeOnre 
Rav. Har^d J. Dndley 
Rav. iwam A. Joaaa 
Rav. Ckarias O. Mcaare 
R. D OHer 

Rav. Marshall 8. Woodson 
Rav. Kalaay Ragen 
Rav. Ckaater Alexander 



Plac« 0f MetU»9 

Raleigh 

Ralaigh 

Wilmington 

Tarboro 

LtncolntOB 

....Bnrllagtoii-Oraham 
„ Waahlngton 

Mooraavllle 

■tetasvllle 

Oimeord 

Mnxton 

Rocky Moant 

Wilmington 

Cluurtotte 

OraMivlUc 



Davt&on 

Rad Bpriao 

SUtarrUle 

Ralalsli 



OiaaavtBo 

High Point 

Barlam 8prla<s 

riiartotta 

Rad 8i>rteCi 

.Bftrtaoi 8vri»m 



. (awrtaftla 
.JRad 8prtB«a 
Montraat 

Barium Sprtngx 

Charlotte 

.„ Rad Sprlaci 

_.OftVldlMI 



Chartatta 
^Barium Sprtn«i 
_^.„Rad BprlBfs 
„ _..Mimtraat 



(^Mrtotta 



B. Matad Oeriu 



1818-1818— "RsT 
1818-1849— •Rev 

1849-1888— •Rev 
188M8»— •Rev 
1889.1878— 'Rav 
I878.l88i— •R»T 
1888.19«*— 'Rsv 
19d9-ltM~-*R«T. 
191»-19»— ntar 
19SS- —•Rav. 
1MM981— R«v 
1911- 



Robart H. ClMp«aB 
Colin Mclvar 
Dniry Lacy 
Archibald Baker 
Jacob Doll 
WtlUaa 8 La«y 
J. A. Raaaay 
D. I. Cralc 
R. A. McLaod 

B. U Sllar 

C. M Olbba 
Harold J. 



22< 



MINUTES OF THE 



GENERAL INDEX 



Abi»ence» 

AddrwHWs (Inspirational): 
Alexander. Rer. Chester 



4S 



Bottomi, Rev. 
C. Orler (38); Dudley, 
Frank (41); Kurtt. Rev. 
Harry M.. Jr. <SS): Moore. 
Rev. Theodore (43); Womark. 



Law- 
Mra. 
Mor. 
Rev. 
Rer. 



Jr /Hi- n » w *^''* Anderson. Rev William P 

Jr. (41); B<»g»«, Rev, Marion A. (32) 

rence W. (88); Davla, Rev 

Harold J (3») : Hall, Rev. B 

ton R. (S»); Moffett. Rev 

Ansley C. (40); Pratt. 

Jamea T. (41). 

Ad Interlin CommltteM 

Adult Work _ "" 

Advipory CotnmittM oa Rlfher~Bd«e^tfo^' 

Alcohol lam 

Aanultle* and Relief, Report of CommlttM oii 

Committee Members 
Appendix 
Apportionments 
AraA Wttrkars (ivuiiBnan Etaucaiiom. ig iMf 

't7. #7 



42. 184 

108 

18 

1«2 
42. 159 

12 

.-. M 

ts 



48 

80 

8S 



tee OD 




203. 



148 
104 

7«f 



to Preabyterles 

( (Christian Education) ""_ 

and Synod Budget 

vnr^Hy!' Advlaory Council on Higher Education 15 

Af3«4 '^"'* Agencle. ( See "Oeneral Fund A«wicla«-) 

Sunding Committai OB ^*' ' '*' " 

Auditor's Report 

Audits of Syn.ida Atmetas and Tnatltutloas 

Barium Springs ( 8m "Chrhana' Horn*") 

B«)M*U and Dof^rred Gifts. Report of Commltt 

m* JJ*/***"*""^- Report of Committoe oa .. „„. 

B«df«(: AssMairiy nMjj Syiiod C^'wm 

Budget and Stewardship (8e« "Budgef and 'atatiatlcs •) 

Budgets of Edttcntkmai iBstttBttoaa 

Budgets of PreakjrtMrtaa .. .. 

Badgvts. Asking aa4 Spratflag 

"■*?^ 'i Synad'a A»metm: Cam|Ni<. Christian Life (135) 

Chnrrh Kxten^lnn (128); Christian Education (10«) Edu- 

MR^?' J" w'"'V°°" «Committe«) (16«); Guidance Center 

if.Vin.°'^K*2* ".""• <'*^>= Pr«byterlan Home (168); 

(100). Bdurstional Instltutiona (148): Pr«ibn«rlw (2M. 

Calendar of Special Smumm and Days 

CanpiUcBa: 

Christian Lift Z..'Z^ZZ 
Praabytarlan College 

C I— a m i AiaMBbly „ 

HlglMr Edttcatloa 

Pradbytcrlan Home 
Compos Christian Life. Report of Sub-rommittai ■•" 

Badget 

Coainittac McmbMm 

Bncutiv* Committee 

Ftaanclai Statement 
CaadMataa for Mlalalry . 
CnitMuilal OoomlttM 

^"!™1 IlT^'*'" <"^ "Tt^port Qmt*nl g^rrvtary 
Ceatral TraaMrtm . 




II 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



MT 



IXDKX— Co«tlnue<l 



Chapel Hill Church - '■ - 

Children's Work ^ ■•. 

Christian Education. Report of Execatlve Committee on 

Budgt-t 

0»UBltte« Members .._ 

rtBaaeUl Sutement -~- 

Chrlitlan Bdacatlon. Area Workers 



Chrlatlaa Relations. Report of Committee on 

OwBnilttae Members ■ -• 

Ckvrch Ezteaaton. Report of Executive Commlttea of 

Ba«t*t -^ -——. 

Committee Members — 

Financial Statement 

CoUacaa tS«e "Educational Institutloas" ) 

CoBualttaaa: 



Page 
80 

101. ii4tr- 

41. 101 

100 

10 

10s 

18. lOSf. 

41. 1«1 

12 

88.107 

128 

_ lOf. 

....114«. 



of (Soe Appendix, p. 40) 
(jMUBaalcatioaa 



OoWBanloa Sarrtea _ 

O^Molldated Preabyterian College 
Cbnneil (See Synod's Coancll) 

CHivldaon Collaga 

Dlractor of Christian Education 

Dtfo^ors of Christian Education — 
Directory 



87 

It 

40. 18Sr.. 1M 



187 

.41. 101 

18 

8 



Education (Saa "Higher Education" and 'Christian Education ) 

Bdacatlonal Institutions, Centers - *'»• 

Educational Institutions. Executive Commlttaa —• " 

Educational Institutions. Report of Commlttaa oa ••. »»• 

B«4«et ~ llf 

OaaUBlttea Members "^ 

Ffnanclal SUtemant *^ 

Educational Instltutiona: Saa the following 

CoMOltdatad Praabyterlan CMlafa; Davldaon: Flora Mac- 
ioBsM: Qaeaaa: PMce; Preabytwlaa Jnlor CoUgee; Ualoa 
ThtKjloglcal Seminary. ^^ 

ItoroUment .. 

Bqaallutlon Fund ,,,;■ ... 

■vangellsm. including ReporU of Commlttaa cm ""•. i»« 

(Saa also under "Statlatlca" ) 

■Mrailva Committees, RapMta of 
Mambarship 

Executlvf Swretarlea 



1019 
I Off 
If 



Flnanclnl SUtements (See -Trcaiiurer s Reports") 
nora Maedonald College 

Sl^^ JllSbly Advl..,ry Council on Higher Education 
General Fand Aganciaa. Report of Committee on 

Aaaembly's — "— 

Oaaaral S«:r«ianr. Boyort oC - .- 
GaaMa of 8yao4 



188 
I 

II 



It. SI. too 

87. M 

ST 

Oahlaaea CMtar Profram. Report of Oommmaa «a ,- ,1 

iSiSltfMaeatlott. Report of Executive Commltt- m n.in 

lS!i?%J%rph«|-.": "Pra.bytart.n- r Black") 

Homaa. Report of O-Molttee oa »»• ^"•l 

Oimmittee oa •- ~— - !^!!~II^Zll-«-- 220 

iBiax ■-- ■"■"■•• ..I ■ -. 1 



221 



MINUTES or THE 



iBier-Charch ReUtJon.. Report of CommlUee on 

MMyvt —-J,,,,, ,„„ 

OoBMlttM oa ._ 

itBaBdal SUUatnt .. 

Jadlclal OMBmlttM ^ 

LMkterahlp Bdacatloa 



Loan Fniida _ 

McCallaiB BMato _ 

MmUmb of 8jrBo4. 

Memorial S^rricc " " 

MemorUIa to D^Maed MtolatcrL^ 

MM'! Council • ~ 

Mra's Work 

Minuter and Hia Work. Report of Commltfea on 
Commute* Membara 

Mlnlstera of Sjrnod 

Miniatara- Salariaa. Ri^ oT'Commlttee oa 

Committaa Moaban 
MMm of Bmod— Aaanal Meeting 
MMUaaaoaa Reporta . 
Moiarator of General Aa!<4>rably 
Ma4«ratora Elected 

M a i i ra tara af S>T»od 

■oaaralor'a Sermon (Sjraod) _ 

MoBocrapha of Edacational InatUatloaa - 
Montreal. Report on 

Necrology 

Negro Work 



Lift 

_ ITl 
It 

~- 171 

— tt 

l«t 

- Tl. lU, itT 

111. inr^ iM 

7. 4«, ill, ISC 

4, 4i. 71 

If 

. 4f 

IC 

IM 



New Mtalaura. latroductlon of 
Ne«t MaeUat af Sjraod. „ 

Nomlaatloaa. Rapart of OoMMtttaa oa (Alao 

page S) ^^ 

Committee Menbeni 

North Carolina Coaneil of CharciMa 
RapraaentatlTea oa NCCC 

Otricers of Sjrnod 

Or gaataatt a a af Srsod 

Haae. Report oa 




BaaH Maabara 

riaaaelal Itflaaiaat 
Papvra aad SaeariUas 
P«aoa (Mlaga ..._ 

Permanent Commltteea. Reporu of (8aa Appendix, page 4«i 

Committee Membera 
Preabrtartaa HooM. Report oa 

Badiat „ 



ffmamOaX ftatament 

Fr«ab)rt«Haa Jaalor OriJec* 

PrtabifttrUm NtnM 

Preabjrterlal 



7. 141 

lit 

ISK 

lf7 

~. 1ft 

- Tt 



Praabitartaa tarray. Rapart of OooiBUtee 



(Sm BUtiatica) 



of tysai 



f. 14S 

74 

.. It 

—41. 17t 

. »_ 14 

-flt^ 7lf. 
S4ff. 



STNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



INDEX — CoBllaucid 



\ 



tSf 



Publicity 

Public Relatione 

Que«JiB C4jlU_ _ 

Hadlo-Televl*>a ^..„ _ 

Raeorda, Report of Committee o«_. 

Eacanta ^..... 

Eipart a (aee Appendix, page 44) 

Raaalattoaa. Report of Committee oa 

Reaolotlona; 

1. On ConaolMated Preabyterlan Collete 

2. On PrognuB of Synod _. 

Revolving (CoatiBfeat) Salary Paai 

Reynold* KuBd. Mre. Kate B. 

Rlchitftfaoa. L., Trust ynnii 

Roll of Syaod 

Raltag EUan 

Saailaara 

tMdor High reUowahlp.-. 

Saaqal-Ceataaaial, Rapart af Oaaualttaa aa. 

Maadla* OaaualUaaa 

■taadlBg Ralea of Syaod 

Maading Ralaa, R^iort of Committee a«-. 
Committee "" 



74. Iff 

74. 71 

7. Iff 

- lOS, 111 

IS. 184 

-- I 

St. 44 



40 

: 41 

-74. 7t. tt 
_.... lift 

71 

IML 

itir. 

.ii». 



.17. 103 
— IS. tt, 72 
St. 4t 



Stated Clerk (Baa Oateral BeeraUry) 

Stated Clerka of Preebytarlea 

Suted aerka of Synod.. 

SUtlatIca : 

Church Extenalon 

Educational Instltatloaa -- , ,, , 
BraasaltaB 



StewardallJp 

Synod (ntre-jrear Comparlaon) „ 

Byaod TB. Aa aa a ibly 

Stewardaltlp (Bm •'Bmtwi^ar mmi "ttitttfttta") 

Stewardship Stady . , 

Bti^aau by Deaaaalaatloaa 

of OdOOTB _ -„ 




lai Offarlaca 



I'a Work } 



■yaaTa Coaadl. Report of. 
MaabaralUp 

Byaoi's Odea 



riBUMlal Slateaieet 
Syaail 




7f. 114. 177. Ittff. 

.„4t. in 

14 

It 

^ ttf 

I12f.. Itff. 

1S4. IIOC. 

lltC. 

tit. 47 

20SS. 

~ tsff. 

Tiir.. ntf 

.-— it 

7f 

lit. lit 

2St 

— int 

IS. 7f 



— It 
— tr. 71 

ft 

.it. 7if. 

lit 

..7t. Iff 

„.„. tt 

S4ff..7t 

ttc 



TaMaaf _ 

(Sea Badio-Televlalon ) 

B^arta: (See "Aadltor a Report**) 

I Cbrtattea Ufa (lt4): Caapw C^rlMiaa Life Ca» 

Aeeaaat (t7); Omr^ ■tt o wri — (1S4): Olrlatlaa 

(Iti); ChriMtaa Hlgkar Mtocatlaa Quapalca 

Aecaaat (i7): Cii a nMiHi i Preakytarfaa OtSkm* (tS); 



MimJTES OF THE 



IX DRX— Tont iniie>d 



pm» 



^,.'? '«"*l '°"<«t"Ho«»« (15S>: Inter-Clmrch RcUttioM 
(172): Orphann Home (M): Peace Coili«« <8f); Pr«iA«w 
terl«B Home <»o»; PresbjrterlaD JqbIot CoIIm* (•!)• 

mISH^«(lM?) ^*^*°*'''*' ^ftttlnmry (fi): Wnilun 

TnwUwi of Sjmod. Report of '*' ii {Zi 

Union Tbeolo«l«il Seminary ,44 

Vacation Church SehooU 2' 101 

Vocational OuMuea Oantera (S«« oVidaDcc Cratar) 

WairtiBinatar Palknrrillp __ ,. 

Wlurton Batate '~..'" V^ .tL 

William Black Horn*. Report on. «v<. in 

Board Mfmlwra ■— — . 



%m 



Financial Statement 

Women'a Work. Report of Committee oa^ 

Committee on ~~—~~.~~— -«._ 

Offlc*'r« of 1""' ' 

World Mlaaloaa. Report of CotmnTttee on. 

Committee on 
Youth Fellowship Council 
YoBlh Work 



— ItN. 
.4«. Ifl. 

14 

— It 
.It. IM 

14 

IT 

IM 



MINUTES 



of the 



One Hundred and Forty Eighth 
Annual Sessions 



of tkt 



Synod of North Carolina 

Sineteen Hundred and Sixty-One 




held at 

RALEIGH 

NORTH CAROLINA 

June 19-lS, 1991 

(87«o4 OrgMilMi Oelatar T. lilt. 



WrrH APPENDIX 

NEXT MEETING: 2 P.M. June S-7. 19«2 

Laurinburf. North Carolina 



The Minutes of the 1960 Sessiona of the 
Synod of North Carolina as adopted by the 
Synod were approved by the General As- 
sembly in session at Dallas, Texas, April 
1961, with one exception. Upon completion 
of the current volume in 1962, the Official 
Copy will be bound and placed on deposit 
at the Historical Foundation, Montreat. 
N. C. 




HOOK It A TOR OF MV\OI> — HWI 

Dr. W.rwr L Hall. MlnUter of tb« CoTenant Pr«ibyterl«n <^«r«"^. 
Charlotte, til • BatW- of Cwlofton. T««nn«»*#, the iob of ^"^^^ >• 
and I^lla Perkins Hall H. t. a graduate of '-^thweatera n»lt». 
boldlni the AB degree; »>'«>"^«"« 8«»*"'^- ' »•" ^ nt&iTHe 
MliiburKh (IS.14.. PhD degree; ^^^^'^*^,^^^2^}1^1^^\*]l\1,.*:^ 
Sm i^rv^ ,*Mora.e» at Lel.nd. MN^Iwlppi. If";**"- ^"''^.'l^^ 
Kenturky l»3«-1940; Tuncaloowi. Alabama. If40-1»4«. and ine 
CoJewnfchurch. Charlotte. .Ince 1948 H. I. Phi B.ta Kappa 

Dr Hall haa a«T«l aa Moderator of the Synod of Alabama •^ 
ha. b«.n a member of numerou. Board, and ^^'"'^.fj^^^ 
eral Aaaembly and the 8yncMi He ha« rendered "P**-'*" •"^fl , 
tk« told of Higher Eduratlon He t»« frequently In dema»« M • 
■paftkOT for acbooU and rollegpH 

Df. Hall haa r*iid«r«d aenrlre both on the kK«l ^*} "^t S^ 
denomlnati many In ItM he wa. "^hange^-U^r at W..t High 
Church of Scotland. Kllmarn.»ck. Ayrahlre. Scotlaad 

Dr Hall in mMTM to the formar Lmcj Farrow of Memphl. Tb.y 
have two chlldrMi aad omm graBdcklld. 



1 



RECENT MEETINGS OF SYNOD 

1950— Queens College, Charlotte 

1961— Flora Macdonald College, Red Springs 

1952 — Davidnon College, Davidson 

1963— First Presbyterian Church, Wilson 

1954— Queens College, Charlotte 

196&— Barium Springs 

1956— Flora Macdonald College, Red Springs 

1967— Montreal 

1968 — Davidson College, Davidson 

1969 — Charlotte: Queens CoUe^. Myers Park 
Church. Covenant Church 

I960— Greenville 

1961— Raleigh 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



GENERAL DIRECTORY 

C*leiid«r of Sea»ooi «nd Dmy 
t«»plMi«Qtal Oterincs 
MiDute* of Annual M««tlng 
APPENDIX 

MMBortola 

Report of 8Ut*d Clerk 

lUport of Synod • Council 

Reports of th« Executive ComtnUte«i 

A. Cnmptt* ChrUtlon Ufe 

B. ClirUtlan Educntlon 

C. CliBrcli Exteoilon 

D. BdacatloDal Inttittitlons 

Rpporta of P#rnian«nl ComBatttMS..*- 

Reporta of Ad Interim Comml^WM^ 

Reports of MiMellnneotts ConnltUMt 

Standing Rale* 

Stewardship Tabl« 

iMIiifi— loa of Offleeni 

INDBC -- 



Page 
• 
19 
If 
2S 
!• 
il 
It 
77 
10« 
10« 
112 
lit 
147 
171 
200 
201 
-.-204 
...Iff 
241 
-.-f4« 



GENERAL DIRECTORY 



SYNOD'S OFFICB 



Bos 10785. Teh-phone TE 2-&621. 



1015 Wade Ave.. Raleigh. 
North CaroUaa 



OPFICXHS OP THE SVUHMD 

Moderator — Rev. Warner L. H«ll Charlotta 

Moderator-Nominee — Rev C^Aorge L. Riddle . . . CherryTille 

General Secretary and Stated Clerk — Rev. Harold J. Dadl«]r. 

(1163) Boi 10786. Raleigh 

ParBMMat Clerk— Rev C M Othb* (IfCS) Cornelia. Oa. 

AMilMMit Clerk— Rev E Lee WIlliBgham. Ill (IfCn Oreenaboro 

Dlractor of Chrlatian Education — R«v. Robert Turner 

(IftX) 200 W Trad* St.. Charlotte 

Director of Radio-TV — Tod L. Duii«l Box 1078S. Ral«igh 



irre. TRui 



AJID COMMrrTKKS 



1N2- 



Ifote: In tha toUovtec Utt of Tr maf W mm4 Committeemen. th« 
letter followlnc tha ummm Indicataa tha PrasbTtery repreaented by 
thatp«rw>B; (A) Albamarle; (C) Concord; (F) FajattaTltla; (0) 
Or»av11la: (KM) KiBca MoaatalB; (M) Maekleaburg; (O) Or- 
aaca: (W) Wilmington; (W8) Wiaatoa Bala«. Tha data bafora 
each group Indieataa the jraar in which tha tarm of aervlea axptrea. 
The ButHTior numeral after a name intfieataa the term of offlc*. 

> I. BARIl'M HI*KI%<iH (^II.DRBX'H HOMK 

Iter. A. B. McClure, Barium Spriaga SaparteiaMaM 

M. C. BantoB. Jr.. WlulMl-SalaiB. Chairmaa. 

Mr« ColoB McLaan.* (A). BoK 414. Waahtagtaa; Mra. R. ■. 
Brook*.* (O). Arlington: Bar. B a b a ct F. tloov/ (F); Rajral 
R Brown,' (at large). RayaoMa BaUdiog, Wtoatoo Salaa; 
Mrs N P. Disoa.' (KM). OaMral Av«a««. Belmont. 

INS— M C. BantoB. Jr..* (W8). 1701 Country CTub Rd.. Winaton- 
SalMo: Mr* Lrafa B Scbenck.* (C). DaTtdaoa; Mra. JtAn L. 
MeNalr. Jr.* (F). Laurinburg; Rev Joaeph H. C^rtar.* (C); 
Charlea Boney.' (Wi. Wilmington. 

lfC4 — Robert L<*e Corbett.' (A>. Maecleafield; George Stovall.' 
(M). Albemarle; Mm W. W McOiaa.' (at large). Rl. 4. 
Charlotte. Mra. J. R ttenaon.' (W). ItOl Ann Rt . WItmlag- 
ton; Mra. David C. Clark.* (O). Roanoke Rapids 

IICS—Mm Pelii O Oee< (WSi l.*>iiBgtoB; Mra Philip How«>r- 
toa< (M). Charlotte. Huxh Arrowood' (KM), Shelby; Dr. 
Edgar D Baker' (O). Raleigh; Charlea S Wllkina' (O). 
Gr«H>Bitboru 



fTNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



n. TRl 
A. UNION i,.m)lAHiUAl. 8KMWARV: 

Ittf— R«v Warn<.r L Hall. Dr. Hamilton W McKay. Char- 
lotte. 

Ifft Bar. Harold J l>adi«y L. N. Boaay. Jr., l»4i Hy- 

4raacaa PI., Wilmington. 

If 44— Rev Harry M Moffett. Jr.; W. Kelvin Gray. RalalKh. 

1146— Rav. J«1Ub Lake; E Hanray Brana. LaurinDurg 

1144— Rav. Watt M. Oooper; Thornton H Brooka. Greeaa- 
boro. 

B WnJJAM mJiCK HOME FOR BSLiGIOUS WOtULBBB: 

Rev. R H Stonr. Chairman and Treaaurer o?i*J^ro 

lH2"Mr. Julian B HatalT. (F). 124 Broadfoot Avaaue Fay- 
ettevllle; Mr. Allen 8 ONeal. (G. RjJ**^^ Apta^. 
Raleigh: Mr.. Joha F. McNalr. (F) Laartahurg. Mra 
Charlea G. Oambrall. (at large). 480 Park Aja. New 
York 21. N. Y.; Rev. T H Spanca. (at large). Montreal 



1 



H. 



. (W). 



184. Wilmington; Mr*. E. B. 
rinimmnim tf%\ Oraaaibora'. Mrs. C. E. Neisler, (KM). 
Kings MMBtala: Bar. R. A. Whlta. Jr. ( W8) . un. ». *- 
Wlllla. Jr.. 4M 8. Hayaa IR.. MoBroe. 
1M4— Rev R H Stoae (at large): Mrs. R E McDowell. 
(M). Rar. Thomaa H Hamilton. (A): R*t A^ R 
C^aii. (KM); Mra. E Johaaoa Irvln. 252 Loolaa Ava.. 
CiM««»rd- 

C <H^BKN8 (\>U W'B 

INS— H. F. Kincey __ 

INS-ThomtoB H. Brooka, S®'*****"";*" ■^*lSf' .^iSir 
^^^toro; Ret Jamas E. Fogartie; Mra. Cartla B. Johaaaa. 

OlHurlotte. 

lN4~Mra. William C C^non. Concord: "«"**!., JiY*^!* 
I»4apeadenea Bklg . Charlotte; Mra 8 P 8towa. Bal- 

1945— Joha M. Akarai 1102 Belvadare Ave . Oaatoola; Dr F. 



Joha M. Akarai ii»« neivwwwr* «»- . 
L Kaight. lOllHUlcraat Dr.. Sanford 




D. FEACE IXHJ.KCJK 

INS-Wmiam P McpUaaa. < R*»^ ,»^^ Vrf^!2?4r*'!^' 

Slarlott,; Rev B^n l^^j Bo-. (W); GMtflM M Sprtakle. 
(W8), WInrtoD B*l«'m 
INS-Rav R Marphv wmisms, .A). Hejr John Um^JI^' 
kM> rot R#v Hfn K Watt*. (O); Dr. J. H. NKb^wa. 
IC). IH*t«,»lll,.; W. M. Hall. Jr. (KM). Bal»K»»: 
0km* <h»dwlch. (W). not 8 Llvaoak Parkway. 
WllaUagtoo 



g MINUTES OF THE 

1H4— Neill A. Currte. Jr , (Ft. Box 9SS. FayHtevilli'. E B. 
MftDDlBX (O). Roanoke Rapldi: Rafa* A. Qri«r (M), 
Route 3. Charlotte; Dr F L Knight (O). 8«Dford: 
Ktr. J. Harry Whltmor* (W8); Dr. Corb«tt M. Howard 
(A). Ooldiboro; R«t. Albert O Edwards (Ral«l«h Flrat 
Ctaarch). 

B. MOIXTAIN HETRKAT AWICXIATION': 
1H4— Rev. Roy E. W»tti 

V. TRrNTKKH <>»' HYXOD: 

1M2— Joseph VV GrJer. L*w Bldn . Charlotte: Howard B. Ar- 

backle. Jr . Charlotte. 
lf«3_p L. Jarkeon. Dartdaon; W. E. Price. 11« W. Third St.. 

Charlotte. 

1M4 — John r Ramaaur. Llncolnton: W. A. Sanford. 2SS6 
Hampton Atc.. Charlotte. 

G. TRIHTKKS OK %lr<'AIJ.r»l KHTATK: 

Dr. Robert Croom (1»«S): Z. V. McMillan (lf<4): 
Rev W. B. Heyward (19C5). Chairman. 

H. rR»4R%'TKRlA>' HOME: 

J. B Watt. Chairman of the Board — Charlotte 

Richard A Short. Eiecuttre Director. Box 1110. High Point. 

1M2— L. Yonag White. MooreeTllle. (C): W. KelTla Gray. 
Raleigh. (Ok; ReT. Albert G Edwards. Raleigh, (at 
large); Mrs. Henry V Koonta. High Point, (at large); 
Mr«. O. R. Hodgln. 7 Mock 8t . Tbomanville. (Synodl- 
eal); Mr*. R. A. Wlllla. Jr . (05 8. Hayne St.. Monroe. 
N. C. (Sjrmodlcan; 8. D. Lovelace, WlUon (A). 

l»a— Dr JamM D. Whaley. Hickory, (at large); Mra W 
H Spmnt. Jr.. WInaton-Salem. (at large >; John F Mc- 
Nair. Jr. (F). LJiarlnburg: J. B, Watt. York Road. 
Charlotte <M>; W J. Boney (W). Wtlnnlngton. Mra. 
A L. Tait. Llncolnton (Synodtcal); Mra. Charles Uttle. 
Raleigh (Synodleal). 



1 



Wm McFarland. (KM). "Box J24. Cotambua. N C. : 
Tolly Blair. (W8). If 17 W, First St.. Wtaaton-Salem : 
W. Y. Preyer. (at large). «0J Sunset Drive. Greene- 
hero: J. Hand«rs I^llaa. (at large). High Point; Mrs. 
J R. BennoQ. (Rvnodical). ItOS Ann St.. Wlloalagton; 
Mrs John May. Box 147S. Burlington; W H. Sullivan. 
Jr.. O r » — boro. 



Rx-Ofliclo — Mrs B. Johaaton Irvia. IIS LmIm Ava.. Con- 
cord. Prealdaat. Women of Synod. 



L HT. iUnMUnm PRRfinYTKIUA!« HHAJM.K 

IMS— Bav. Warner I* Hall. Rev Harrr M Moff^tt. Jr.. W». 
H. Nm1« L. H. roVBtala. Wllbttr H Currle Mrs. O. U 
PwkOT. Charles W. Pwry. J. D. Ktlgor*. Torn M. Balk. 
Irwte Balk, c E B«mmm, Bav. Wn M Carrie 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



«*«• nmwm, Mall Belmont Volt Gilmore. Southern Pln«; 

^•"■"Kt C^rieaLyin Brown; Halbert M Jone. H-tor 
MKbim ?•▼ Roy E Watts. Mrs George Av nger. 
E^ir?'.trD.ll Holdernea.. Charles G Ro«., Jame. 
L. McNair. Rev. R I>«n Carson 

tMA—r A Poole (C) Hickory; Mrs Rufun D Wilson (O). 

****~J8SW Church St.. BurliJgton; Martin L Lafferty (C). 
concord: L^lle N. Boney. Jr . (W)^ ^ "T*"* r^v^.tT 
Julian B. Hotaff (F). 12« Broadfot^ Ave . f*y«t^ 
ill ;! Rev. B. Frank Hall (W): John A. WUlUm. lO). 4W 
Oberim Rd . Raleigh: Rev^ C. I ^''»« < f, ;.%„^. , 
Ham M Roberts. (O). UOS Luti Ave . '^•>''"''' *^°y;" 
R Brown. (WS). Reynolds »>«lK. Winston-Salem Rev. 
E D WItherspoon (KM); Rev Julian Lake (W8). 



111. SYNOD'S COVNCTL 

Rev. Ro«-oo Prince. Chairman H »«2 ) 
Volt GUmore. Vlee-Chalrman (1»I2) 
ReT Harold J Dudley, Secretary 



Pinehurst 

Southern Pines 

Raleigh 



iirt; Box lSf4. Wilmington, (WS) Rev R T Haynea. Jr.. 



M. 8ehotanea.< 
«aaa Wllllaai F Mnllls..' WachSvia Bank BIdg . C»»*'J'»*J*; 
**^~? H^tJTlSrto?^ High Point; C P Lowrance.' Bo. 

13, Moor^fllle 

ia«4_s Pr«^lon Douglas. Box 4S2. Lnmberton; Rev Albert 
,M4-8 I^«i^lon IJ^"»j;;-^^ ^ ^,^,gb, . Profeseional Bldg.. 

Raleigh 
■■Officio— Rev Warner L Hall. Moderator of Syood. Re» 
■••^"Ha^^d^r Dadley. Stated Clark ofSynod^ ^i'r'^J^ 

Mclnnla. Chairman. E.ac«UTa C»^^°V.ierutlv 

J^L'mlu".; of Campa. Ckrt.lj« Ufa; R-J^ ^.e^.STi 
„«ff nimirman E»aeollTa Ommlltaa of Baacwwaw* 

: ut«'5?o«"Rev.'sr- B. '"««-^'- 2*'^:r R^'hird 

tlve Committee of ChHstlan B^*'-^*""" • ,^.*1 .« JoiK 
R Oammoa. Chairman. P«^«»*f*»* ^^f^'"**^^ r^- 
laatloaa: Mra. E Johnston »;^»"- »*i2r.%^' m.V^. 
eord. Prartdwit Women «'*»»• J'Ti®*-,^^, " 
Mth. RaaTord. Praaldant. Men of the Synod 

,. K...«,ive R.. «'><-oT^«\2'S2^''1!.?"ISi 

WliUam F Mulllan; 8. Pr«et«« Domgtm, nmw. #«— • 

E Fogartl* 



10 



MINUTES or THE 



*iip M«J it<id«rt: fUr. Wm. M. SdlMMiiia. Chalr- 
maa; Nine Preabytery repre»«ntattve« (lisUd abOTV); 
William F Mullka: Rev W. W Willlamaoo: Dr. JaracHi 
R. Wright; Mn. Rocer Mans; Ex Officio: Rev. Waraer 
L Hall, Ref, Roaeoa Prioce. Volt Oiimore 

PaMlritjr: 8. PrmUm Doaslai. Chairman; C. P. Lowranea; 
R«T. Rlekard R. Oanmoa; Dr. Marcoi Smith; Braxton 
Fly*; Ex Officio: Ray. Ro«eo« Prince. 

l-inaare «ad AadiUi: Wm. F MuIHm. Chairman; Mrs. 
Roger Mann; C. P. Lowrance; 8. Preaton Doaglaa; Rar 
W. U. Mclnnla; Rev. Jamea E. Fogartle; Mra. E Johsa- 
tOB Irnn; Ex Officio: Rer. RoMoe Prtnea. 

Rerard*: Rav. R. T. HariieB. Chairman: RaT. Paal K. 
Aaalejr. 

■**"«■■■ = R«»- Warner L. Hall. Chairman: Rev. Harold 

J. Dudley; Rev Robert S. Woodaon. 
JKonlaation*: Re? Albert N. Well*. Chairman; Rar. W. 

Lowry McBath; Rar. Richard R. Oammon 

rMite I'lMninc: Rer Jamea E Fogartle, Chairman; 
Mrs Jobnatun Jrvin; Re». Warner L. Hall; Re? Wb 
C. Bennett; P. Hnnter Dalton; Volt Qilmorc 



IV. BXJM ITIVB CX>MMITTR»I 
CAMIHJH fJlUCUTlAN LIKE 

. . (Iffl). Chairman 

RaT. Harold J. Dndley. 8«rretary 



IMS— Dr. Joka Oraham.' Cbapel Hill; Dr. WllllaB O. Me* 
Omr^tk,* Davidaon; I)r John Reynolda.' Eaat CaroUaa 
Collata. OreeovlUe; Rev W. R Smith. Jr ;• Mrs. 
Charlaa Tlllett.' 220 Sherwood Ava . Charlotta; Kmr. 
E Uw Wllllncliara < 

l»«— Dr Carey Boatlaa.' N C State College, Ralaigh; Joha 
Ormsbr'. «n Weatmont. FayetteviUa; Mrs. P P Mc- 
Cain.' Tremost Rd., Wilaon; Re? Vaaca Barron' Rm 
Cheater Kallar-; Dr. W T Macl^aehlia'. S«i S. 8t 
CoBovar.i 

ItM—Dr Cha^ Vnll.« Cnctaeartng BIdg . Dnka Unlraraitr. 
Darhaa;\ W B Baery. III.« fielk Baary. WIlBlnstOB; 

T. Pknrr. Jr. 21 M BaeitBail Ars.. ClurloCta 7. 
Ea^- Whi a Mra. E. Joknauw Iryin. Concwrt. 

■•». notart Tkraar; Mlas Wfcafctfc lllL. 

W r rallowahlp. Maradltk College; AdrlMrs: Bar. 
Charica E. Johnaon. Mias Braedoa McDantol. Oraan- 



B. cnmriAM moccAVton 

Bay. J 



, Bank of 



(ItCt) 

r 



gTNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



U 



^^ ^,.«_„ of t1iHBtla» KduratJoa: 

I A) Bay Richard R. Oammon (ltl2); (C> ReT. J. 
Cl»da Plexko (ll«2>; (F) Rev George F Houck 
nM2) (G) Rev Wm. C. Bennett (1961); (K M» Rev. 
OaorgaM Wabb (ItiS); (M) Rev Stuart W Yandle 
?mf*: (O) Ray. 8am M Thoma. (IfIS); (W» Rev 
liyld B Janktna (1M2); (W-Sl Rev. R A White. Jr. 
(IMS) 

,^_ Me-mbers: 

IMS— Henry D. Nlvens'. Bank of Commerce. Charlotte; Rey. 

E D Wlthar»pooB. Sr'; Rav William B Heyward' 
IH1-R«» Lawrence I StelP; Price H Gwynn. IIP. Cbarlotte; 
Rey. J. Oacar Mann*. 
1M4— Rev F Wellford Hobble'; Dr John OtU'. Charlotta; Rev. 

Nelll R McOeachy 
■x-Ofttrto: Dr. Marcus Smith. Raeford. PrmuiaetH Sync^^s 

Man's Council; Mr. Frank 8 Jonas. R 7 Concord R^; 

Monroe. Synodlcal Chairman Chri.tlan Education 

Youth Repreaantatlve; P-ggy Ann Edens l.^mber- 

ton Rt. 6 Box 20; Rev B Frank Hall Chairman of 

ChrtoUan Relations 

C. CHUIWH KXTKNHIOJI: 

Rsy. w. D. Mclnnla. Chalrmsn i^**^} •^^^J^'^^^^j^^l^ 
Springs. Vtca-Chalrman; Rav Harold J Dudley. Sacratary 

naaklHiJ I'hmkrmfm of tTwrch E*t«B»loa: 
(A) Rev R. Murphy wmia«M <!§•»). <C)Ra».IUymo«d 
I u^n. naas) jF» Rav Jasa^ W. Walker (1H4): (u) Ray. 
^."D%irn.^(\V.l^ (K"!?rR... <har,«. KK,r1.ps trick 

r BrowB (ItlU; <W) Rav. Richard K JoknaoB tlMi». 
(W-«) Bay. E E Klrkn»n (IMS). 

CUuM Mroibera: 

1»«2~^H D OHar*. SSI Dogwood Rd . ■^^•^i^: *j!fl!! 

M Haaaail'. 411 JohnatoB BIdg . Charlotte; J*««>«y 

Daniels. tOl W 6tb Atb . Oaatoala; Mrs. RalaiSB 

Orlffin'. Selraa \ 

IMI-J. R Initrmm'. 3M Hswkint Ave SaBford. W*-;^^ ^ " 
^^^mtm^ H DarMOttI Hadrtek'. Oxford; Mason Wsllace. 

Jr..« 117 UvlnEilon Dr., Charlotta. 

1»«4-Wimam Owen Cooke*. •'^^"..""^L^J^T"'**^?,' 
R D IteMIHa.*; W. B. mmj. "»'. Balk Berr,. Wil- 
mington: Bay. JaMoa M. MaChaaaayv 

E»-Of nrk>— Mra Hanry Poola. lit Raaford Rd , l^alngtoa 

'oMialllec« of <"hMrrh KsteBBloa: 

1. rtmmm»: Rav W. D. Mclaala. Chalrinaa. \.^.^l^^^^' 
Ray R Maryky WUttanw; Rav B E. *'>f*"»^j*?l 
52 > BrowT Ba» RIahard K lokaaoa; Ray Ckarlaa 
KIrkpatrIck: J B lagraai 

S H«»i«* Mhm^mm Rev Richard K JokaaoB. Chalr«aa. 
<The CoaiBtttac of iha whole I 



u 



MINUTES OF THE 



3. RvaBffrtlnH: Rer. KQir«ne B. Kirkmmn, Chairman: Rer. 

K H Stone; R. D. Grler; Mm Raletgh Qriffin; Mason 
Wallace. 

4. RjMlfo-TV: R«T. B«B F. Brown. Chairman; William Owen 

Cooke; Rev. Rnss«ll M. Kerr; Charles M. Hassell; 
Raymond A. Home; Wesley Daniels. 

i. Neicrti Work: Rev Charl«« E Klrkpatrirk. Chairman; 
Wtlllam H. Beery, III; Mrs. Henry R. Poole; Rev. Jas. 
W. Walker. Rev. Jas. M. McChesney. Jr. 

•. UrominatloaB: Rev. R. Murphy Williams. Chalmiaa; Dermont 
Hedrick; R. D. .McMillan 



D. KDl'CATIOXAL INHTITITIOXS: 

Rev. Wm. C. Bennett (IfCS). Chairman 
Rev. Harold J Dadley. Secretary. 

(lass Member*: 

Iffl — Rev Samuel W. Newell. Jr.* (CI; O. Donnell Davidson. 
Jr.< (M), Box 4006. Charlotte; Rev J. M Oarrison' 
(O); Dr. Frank T. deVyver. 8 Sylvan Rd . Durham. 
(Ol; Rev. A. Clarke Dean (M); Rev. Julian Lake (W-S). 

lt«S — Henderson Belk' (Ml. Charlotte; Rev. R. F. Sloop' 
(Fl: Rev. David B Jenkins' (W); W A Mason'. Bel- 
mont: Charles F .Meyers' (0>. 301 N. Eagene St. 
Greensboro: .Marshall Crews' (W). Wilmington Col- 
lege. Wilmington. 



1H4— Rev. Tom M. Davis'; Dr J B. Kirkland'. N. C State 
College. Raleigh: J. R. Dalrymple'. Laurinburg; Dr. 
8 Clay Williams. Jr ', 301 Weatview Drive. Winston- 
Salem; Dr. William C. Archie'. Raleigh: Rev. Allen C. 

McSween'. 

Women of tfte Nynod: Mrs. Frank S. Jonea. R-7. Concord Rd 
.Monroe. 



i4)mr«o~ 



Rev. RolMrt Tamer. 



V. rKKMANmn 

aad IMkf: Rev George L Riddle. Chairman 



(lf«4) 






dkalrmeta «» 



Aalivltles aad Relief la 

(A) R«T. i. N Wilson (lt«l): (C) 
cbtson (lf<l): (F) F. M. CvlbraUl. 
ford (1»C4): (Q) Bmt. J. H. LamIb* 
Kev Archia McNalr; (M) Rev. J S 
(O) Harry M. Clark. 301 Lakealde 
(lt«3); (W) H. McNair Johnsoa. 
(W8) Rev Watt M Coop«u> (lit4l 



Rev. J. M. M«r- 
110 Harria. Rae- 
ir (IttS); (KM) 
Gamer (IffS); 
Ave.. BurlingtOB 
Willard (IttS); 



Wonea of the SyBo4- 
GrecaTlIlc. 



-Mrs. 



M. Davla, <!• Oak 8U 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



U 



B. 



Amm-mMjf'* ««»enU Fund Ajtenrles: Rev Charlea W Wortfc. 

Chairman (19<3) 

<T»«lrmen ob As«-mbly « tieneral Fund A««iclei. ia the l»re.- 

bjtfriet*. 

(A) R^'v D Burke Kerr (1>«1>: (CI Rev J W^ Foster 
1961. (F) Rev Paul L Hanks (1»«3>: (0> Rev. 
kobert Childress (IMl); (KM) Rev. W O- f^^ff: 
vine (1»«3): (M) Rev A B Montgomery (19«3). 
(O) Rev W. M Currie (1»62); (W) Rev 
Graham (1»«S>; (WS) Rev. J Harry 
(1»«4) 



Randolph 
Whitmore 



Women of the Synod: Mrs. Adoph 
WrlghUville Ave.. Wilmington. 



Otersen. 2»1S 



C. B«,««rt. «MI I>rferf«l Gifts: E B Trow. Jr . Branch Bank 

and Trust Co. Wilson. Chairman (1»64». 

lM2-Howard Holdemess. Jefferson St*ndard Bldr. Oi^J^ 
boro; Jack P. Holmon. American Com mere iaIBank. Char 
lotte A G Williamson, laurinburg; A Walton LIU. 
Wachovia Bank Bldg Chsrlotte. 

lt«8— Archie W Mcl^sn. •'!"»«" National Bank Rocky 
Moant Thornton H Brooks, 4 40 W Market St . Greens 
boro: A. E Finley. Cameron Village. Raleigh; I^uls 
Nelson. N. Wtlkesboro. 

1M4— Jama* K. Doraatt. Security Bank BIdg . Raleigh; Tally 

^^^D Blair. Securtty Life * Trust Co WInston-Salem ; 
John Watllngton. Winston-Salem; Robert Holding. 
Jr., Smlthfleld. 

Women of the Synod -Mrs. W F Brown 17 Willla« 
Circle. Leiington; Mrs CTartU B Johnson. 3336 Pembroke 
Ave.. Cniarlotte 
D. mrtnfnn lUteftkMs: Rev B Frank Hall. Chairman (lti4). 
CJUiinN«ii on ChrUtitm Reietiona im the t*rt»hpteHeM 

(Al Rev J. Murphy Smith (IHl); (C) Rev John D 
imlth (l»i>: <r) Rev. W C. NaUl (IHI); (0) Ifv. 

Frank T. LemnK« (IHl); (KM) —-rr TAV'S^ 

( ,: ,M) Rev Paul H Felker <'W1): <0» Rw. 
Joaeph M Garrison (1H3»; (W)) R*; B- ""^^ "•" 
(lt€f); (W-8) Rev R. L. Underwood ilUi) 
Women <rf the 8n»od-Mrs. W D Mclnnls. HeaderaaB- 
B HUlMr mtWT"'— Advtiiory Committee: Rev. E. Lee Stoffei. 
Cbaliwaa <l»«2t 

IMS-Mra. Ha»» Smith. \t\^y^S^^JSS^' 
Re» E Laa Stoflal; Dr. F. I* Jaetowi. Vmnmam. 

ta«»_nr WaUMa AlaU*. Agam Seott OoUaga. Decatar. Qa.; 

**^K RiiKS rSuiTS.ke »'f.«7"»7,/x'rh;»tS 

C. Agnew. Oglethorpe University. Oglethwpe. 



lf€4 



Dr Francis C Roaacrance. Wnvr- ^ «>«:2"i*][^,^'"'l 
Mich™; Dr Job. R Cann.n.h.m. ^'j^^tj^ 
Bide < h»rlo«le. Dr Carey Boetlaa. N C »ata (>«iMBa. 

Rsleigti 



14 



MINUTES OP THB 



K. HoBMs: Rev Jarry C. MeCaon. i halnnaa (IMS). 

duOnMV OB HoBii'M in thr l>r(«b)t«*riM: (A) E. E. Phtlltpa. 
Jr , Plnctopa <l»il»; (C» Rev J T B*rh«m (l»il); 
(F) Rev. Paul L. Hanks (19C3); (G) R«t. Robert 
Henderson (lt«2): (KM) Rev J. C Kovaeh (lf«3): 
<M) Rev. Ff6 C. Holder (l»il): (0> Rev. J W. 
Walkup (1»C2): (W) Rev. Charles H McLean (ItIS): 
(W-8) R«v J. Harry Whitmore (l»«n. 

Women of the Synod — Mrs. Henry R Poola. SIO Raa- 
ford Ave I^xlnicton 

O. Ial«r-(liarrli KaUUoaa: Rev. Lawrence I. SUll, Chalrmaa 
(IftS). 

IMt— Mrs. H. Laey Godwin. Rev. Bmeet Tbompson. Jr.. Rrr. 
David WtlktMMi. Richard Shaltoa. Shelby. Herb«t 0'- 
Keefe. Raleigh. 

lf«>— Rev. Albert Wells; Rev. C. I Lawla; WllMam East. 
IXSS Irving. Winston-Salem; Mrs Karl Barkandt. Rt. 
1. Box 292. CharlotU S; Rev. Albert G. Edwards. 

I>f4— Rev. B Frank Hall; Rev Ansley C Moore; P Hanter 
Oaltoa. 1048 Rockford Rd . High Point; Rev R A. 
Masaey; Rev. Irving E Btrdsey«. 

R4*pre«eiitaUvr« to Ih** AwM-mbly of the .>'. ('. Oimarfl of Churrhe*: 

Arrording to the Constitution of the NCCC. tb« Praabyterian 
Church in the U 8 In N. C is entitled to 11 re p r wa tativea to 
the Assembly of the NCCC for its first S9.009 OonraanicaDU. 
and three (3i additional repreaentativaa for aaeb additional 
1*.*M Communicants up to M.Mt; and 1 aMHlOBal represenUttva 
for each 10.000 or major fra«tlon thereof abov* lO.uoi) Com- 
muntcanu The Synod menit>ersbtp Is 144. 7i4. which would en 
title Synod to SO members. There are IC members of the Inter- 
charrh Retallons Committee whn qualify as represeatatlvM; aa4 
In addition, the follnwtng who were electad by Bynod 

19«2-Rev K Lee Btoffel' . William Honek'. 4704 Longlaaf 
Hills Drive. Wilmington; Rev. R. R. Gammon'; Volt 
Oilmore', Soothern Pines. 

IMS—Mrs It W Barnwell*. 1204 W. Davis St. Barlingtoa; 
Mrs. W r Brown-. 17 Williams Drive. Lexington; 
Rev I Howard Cbadwtck'. Mrs. E. W. Relaecka'. Cot- 
tonade Farm. Payetterllle; Mrs. Harold J Dadley*. 
27 St AndaraoB Drive. Raleigh. 

1M4~-R«v. George Webb ; Ralph Scott*. Box 909. Barlington; 
!!•▼. W. D Mrlnnis-; Rev Harold J Dudley'. Rev. 
WftTMr L. Htfell'. 



to the MSBwal At 



■My of the WfXX' 



PHwc t p al s: Rer E. T. Thompson. Jr.: Mrs. Karl BarkaAdt: 
Mrs H l..mrf Godwin, Rev Lawraac* 1. Stell . 
Rev C I I^wis: Rev. Albert S. Well*. 

AMinmmtrm: Rev. CNivid Wiiklnsoa, Mrs. P. Hanter r^Hoa; 
Rav. R A Maaaey; Rev B Praak Hall 



STNOD OP NORTH CAROLINA 



IS 



H. MiBl.i*r »„d Hi. Work: Rav. Nalll R. McOaaehy. Chal 
(1962) 

Cn,«lr™en of the Co«»tartoi« on thr Minl-««-r *««« HU Work la 
tlM Pr,^b,t,rte.: (A) R«T. F Wellford Hobb«*^,U>«l > • <C 
Rev carl M*v (19«2»; (F) Rev Robert F. Sloop (199S). 
ra, Rev J M Walker. Jr. (1991): (KM) R«^- «• p.J": 
IherspooB (1912); (M) Rev I "ow.rd Chadwlck (mjK 
(O) Rav. W W Patera (19€2»: (W) Rev Ira H Rawlas 
CI9tl): (W-S) Rav Watt M Cooper (1994) 

At Large: George Elliott (1994). 10 E. Jones 9t Rf»«t«^ ^- ' 
Haiaell Jr , (1992) 1S27 Rand Drive. Raleigh; D J Walkar. 
Jr.. (1993). 849 S Main St. Burlington 

I. Nominations: Rev. Richard R. Gammon. ChalnnaD (IMS). 
IOCS— R«v. Joa^fc H. Luatagcr (O); W A Mason. Box S©7. 

BalOMBt (lOI)-. lUf. J. Cecil Lawrence (M). 
IMS-Rav. J. M Oarrlaon <«>: ^harla. Brlndell <^'>- » 

BordOB Aye . Wilmington; Rev. W. R. Smith (W-8). 
1M4— Ray. Mortimer J. McChesney (A); Rev Wllkea D. 

Macaalay (C); Rev Lealle C. Tucker. Jr.. (P). 

Women of the Synod— Mra. E. Johnatoa Irvln. StS 

LoBtsc Ave.. Concord 

J. PiWhTt«4aa fterrry: Rev J N Brown. (1991) Chairman 
dialrinen of i»rwbytertaa Hurvef In the Pr««bytorloa: (A) 
Rer. J. Marphy Smith (199S); (C) Rev. J. T. Barham; (P> 
Ray. Praak C. Wilkinson (199S): (G) Rev. T. T. Traynharo. 
(KM) Rov. J. N. Brown (199S); (M) R«tr. T. E^ Nel«m 
(1991); (O) Rev John A Womeldorf (1991): <^ > ^J^ 
Wada H. Alllnon . (W-8) Rev Malcolm A Anderton. Jr.. (1991). 

WoMOa of tha 8y«o4 — Mra. Frank S Jones. Rt. 7. Concord 
R4.. Moaroc. 

K. fftnmr-g Ru)e«: Rev. Harold J Dadlay. ChalnwMi. 
Modoralor. Rot. WaniM' L. Hall 
Cltaft. OaMMBttlM •• nmtAmiMmm: Wmw. Rirbsrd R. 



h. W' 



m't Watli: R*^ W. Cheaiar Kellar (199S). Chalrmaa 
Ittt — tUnr. Albart O BdwardB 
Itft — Ro* Chester Kellar 
lffl4 — RcT A K Dudley 
Ex Officio Mrs E Johnston Irvln. iirBOdlcal PraaMoat. 



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World MlMioM: Rev Harry H Bryan. Chairman. (199S 
Chmrmem of World Mutiom* «• tkt Py»«bff«rk»: (A) BONr. 
D Morton Ut«n, (C> Rav. P. M. OHaaatt ll9iS>; <P) 
Laslla C Tucker (199S): (O) Ro^ rrmah T^ LMi»f* 
nt«f»; <K.M) Rmw. Ttaslay P Bradley tll9l); (MJ 
Janao ■. RaUhford (1991); (O) R«v Harry P 
(199S); (W) Re* H L Raavee: (Wfii Rev 
Bryaa (1993) 

W«««B of the Synod— Mra Arch Tnylor *ii 
WInston-flslem (1191). 



) 

Wai. 

Rav. 

. Jr.. 



li MINUTES OF THE 

VL MFBllAL ODMMITTBl» AND HWKKSKNTATIl 
A« a«aeral AmmiMtw'* AArkmrj CMiBdl Ob HlciMr BdmuaJoB 

R«T. Warner L. Hall (1M«) (Elected by Synod of Nwtli Caro- 
lina). 

B. Ummi Awtembly'n r«ran»ltt«c on lBt«^-<1iBreh RelatloM: 
li«T. LAwrcnce I. Stall (1M2). 

C. lirmrrml AMrmMy'a rommittrr on th«> MtaiMter aad Hi* Woffk: 

RcT. Nelll R. McGcachy (1»€2). 

P. HrtK|ui-4'rRtmBlal <>E>nmitt«H*: 

Rev. J. H. Carter (C). Chairman 

Rev Nolll R. McOeachy (C), Vlce-ChaJrnian 

Rev. Harold J Dodley. Secretary-Treaaurer 

l^gette Blythe (M). Hontertvllle; W. 8. Brown (F). Laarte- 
burg; Charlaa Crntchfteld (M). Jefferson Standard Broadcaat- 
ing Company. Charlotte 8; Chalmers Davidson (C). Davidson; 
Rev Richard R Gammon (A); Volt Gllmore (F). Soathsm 
Pines; Mrs. H. Lacy Godwin (F). 30< Sylvan Rd., F«f«tt*- 
vllle; Rnfus A. Orler (M». Rt. 1. Box 1«0. Charlotte; Rer. 
B Frank Hall (W>; Floyd Hendley (O). Gresnsboro R««cord. 
Gresnsboro; Frontis Johnston (Ci. Darldaos; John A. Kel- 
lenberger (O). 4Z& Soatheaatern BIdg.. Orecuboro; Mrs. John 
W .Moore (O. Mooresvllle; A. M Patterson 10). 240« Ox- 
ford Rd . Raleigh; Mrs Hsnry R PooIp (WS). SIO Raeford 
Are.. Lexington; John Watlington (W8). 7026 Baena Vista 
Rd.. WInston-Salem; Mrs E Johnston Irvln. SIS LovtM 
Ave., Concord. Rev Ben F. Brown (0>. 



VII. An IN'TKRJM itmMi'rtKtm 



A. V o m umH tmm to Mtady Mialatevs' BalArlea: 
Mount. C^lrflsan. 



J. B. Brewer. Roeky 



<A) Daa Missile. Tarbero: (C) DrnwH Aairvwi, IM ■. Wt.. 
8t^ BUtesnUe; (P) R. D. McMlUaa, Ked Sprtacs: (O) A. P. 
HaMell. Jr, IM? lUad Drive. Ral.lgh; KMi Wm A Mm i. 
Baak BMc.. BrtaoBt; (M) Tea Ruff. Law Bldc-. Charlette t; 
(O) Sidney F Msmh. 2f31 Walker Ave.. O r e e— koro : (Wi 
George L. MiUhell. SS Colonial IMv*. WUaitafftMli (W41) 
Panl Blackweidw. Mocksville 



rui M i.>^ l>: M ^4 .'ii SOUS OROVTP 



A. Ma<^ Clerks et l>eek]r«M4ee 

(A) Rev TkMiM M. Dn^ta. 410 PtU St.. GreeevUle; (C) 
MIHon 8 Carother*. 201 Overman Ave . Salisbary. N C; (P) 
Rev. R 8 Arrowood. Linden; (0) Rev EmeM L. Barker. Bos 
10M4. Raleigh; (KM i Rev W C Neal. P. O. Box 4SS. Saleda; 
(M) Rev. Malcolm R Williamson. 16SS Btltmore Dr. Char- 
lotte; (O) Rer R H Stone Box t«9l, Greensboro; (W) 
Rev Janea B. Tnbbe. I41C Market 8t Wllmlngtoa; (W-8) 
Rev J«A« R. SMlth. HIghUuid Preakytertan Charck. Wlaatott- 
Ralem. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



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B. Kki-catlvr Serr^lerte*. of I •p«^b juries: 

(A) Rev. Thomas .M Davis. 410 Pitt 8t . Greenville; (Ci Rej 
Tho* M Sontkall. Box 48. Statesvlll- ; (F> Rev. C»»eje« K 
Ligon Box 386S. Fayettevllle; (O) Rev fcrnest L. Barber 
Box 10604. Raleigh; (KM) No Executive Secr^-tary; (M) 
Rev J Cecil Lawrence. Box 2537. Charlotte; (Oi Rev R 
H Stone. Box 9006. Greensboro; (W) R»-v James H Tubto. 
141S Market 8t . Wilmington; (W-S) Rt'v. John R. Smith. 
Highland Presbyterian Church. Winston-Salem 

V. Cmtral Trraskurrns uf i»m»bjtrr*e«: 

(A) Rev Tkomaa M Davis. 410 Pitt St . Greenville; (C) Dr. 
F L. Jackson. Davidson; (F) Rev Chevee K Ligon, Box 
3362. Fayettevllle; (G) Rev. Ernest L. Barber, Box 10504. 
Raleigh (KM) Roy W. Robinson. Box 68. Gastonla; (M) 
Rev J Cecil Lawrence. Box 2637. Charlotte; (O) Rev R 
H Stone. Box 9006, Greensboro; (W) Rev. Jamca B. Tubbs, 
1414 Market St , Wllminicton ; (W-S» Rev John R Smith 
Highland Presbyterian Church. Winston-Salem 



D. Offlcem of Wcnn*«-«»f -**l "o*! : 

i>rr«l«l<-iit : Mrs E Johnston Irvln. 263 Loalse Ave . Concord 
(lf64> Fim Vlr«>-Frrsl<l«it: Mrs. Archie Howard. Shsnnon; 
HrcofidVkH-^rrmldent: Mm H Larv Godwin. 304 Sylvan 
Rd FavetteviHe; Rrc«»rdi«g Serrrtao Mrs J C Johnson 
Rte 3 Box 408 Raleigh; CMTes^edlng Hrcrrtary: Mr* W 
B Thomson. Concord; Trewssirer: Mm Roger Mann, Ul- 
llngton; HUtorUui: MlM Mary Black. Davidson, 

|»rr*b> irrlal fremldeaHs: 

(A) Mrs Colon W McLean. Box 464. Washington <1»42); 

(C) Mrs E F. Wilier. Box 16, Kannapolls (1»41»; (F» 

Mr*. R P Brown. Soatkern Pines; (G) Mm N V Dsniel. 

SIS Sprtng St. Oxford (1»42>. (KM) Mrs. Hugh Query. 

tit W. Walnut St , Gaatonia; (M» Mm. B W. 

Rt 7, Box 701. Charlotte • (1»41); (O) Mra. 

Adams. 316 8. Chapman St.. Greenaboro; (W» 

Miller. Clarkton (lf4S); (W-8) Mrs J C 

langer. Lexington (1141). 



Alexander. 
Ckarlee M 
Mrs J W 

Chllders. Er- 



R. Offleers of Meet-of-flriKMl : 



IMl 



-PresldMt. Dr. Marcua 8»ltk. Raeford . V'ce-Presldent. 
J A. BarTM. Itl» BIrckcfert Drlve^ ^i^Y***^^?lL Si 
Ha. McOavock. DaTMM; lte|i>r W » «f »» VJXt m 
tiBgkam. Raleigh. SecfoUnr-TreMBrer ; DavM Smltk. ML 

Holly 

I0le Rev Robert T»rMr. R^omI mrei««r •< C»rtotte« 

■iMotloa. Rer HaroM J »«<^- i**«*;LiS!ii7j 
8yB0« of N C; Rev. JaoMa B. PofBrtle— CkainM* 

Ckristlsn Education 

lotte; Vice |»re^lrsits: David Smith Ml "»"' • ^•'ijf 
l^wls. Box l«l High Point; L J Wall. Jr , Box 144. 



II 



MINl'TES OF THE 



CIlmMn; H«^m«n.Tre»»«rrr: Irwin Belk. 308 E. Sth 
St.. Charlotte; runfiTrm*- IMr«^tt»r: Professor W O 
MrOavock Uavidson; MiaiMtr AdTlwor: R»v. W. B. 
H«»ywMrd. Ra«'ford 

l»rpsb>t«'n PrrHlik-ntfi: (A> W A Graveley. WiUiamston 
Kd . WaahluKton; (C> Harold Mitchell. Box 856. Valdeae; 
(F'l John W Purdle, Box 151. Dunn; (G> Jamea I* Weaver. 
«I2 Raleiich St, Fuquay-Sprinita; (K-M> John R Friday. 
Hoj :t7l. Linrolnton; (.Mi Tom F Wilaon. Rte 6. Box 635. 
Charlotte; (0» Carlyl*- B. I.«wt8. Madiaon Throwing Co.. 
.MadlMin, (Wi L J Walla. Jr. Box 26*. Clinton. (W-S» 
William r Huband. Jr.. 811 W Sth St . Suite 302. Wlostoa- 
Hairm 

V. Keprr^'ittatlvr i>a AfuM-mbly'M Youth Conarll sad o« 8]raod*a 

K\t*4-utivf CfitnmiltfM- i>n Ctiri«tlNn Kducatton: T'eggy Ann 
Kden*. Rt« . 5. Hoi 2". Luriiberton 



CJ. \V«*-imin«.ter Felloi»«ihi|»; 

M(Ml<-rMtur: .Mi<«H Klitat>*-tb Hill. Box 138. Meredith College. 
Raleigh; %'ire.>f<MierMfor: Wrn«k>ll Manuel. 2o!) W. Franklin 
St . Apt 7. ChttiMi Hill Stated Clerk and Tresaurer: Mlsa 
Sandra Trioketi. gue4>nfl College. Charlottt- 

■. Eduraltoaal Craters ta the H^aod: 

DsTidsoD College. Davidson. North Carolina — Rev. Ssm W 
Newell. Jr. 

Duke University. Durham: Campus Christian Life Worker: 
Rev. Charles R Johnson. Jr. 

Kam Carolina College. Greenville Campus Christian Life 
Wttrker Jliaii Brandon MrDanlel 

t^noir Rhyn>- Colleg.-. Hickory. North Carolina— Rev. W. W. 

Williamson 

.Mitchell College. Statesvtile. North Caroltoa — Rev. N. R. Me- 
Qeachy. 

Freflbyt(>rtan Hoapltal. Charlotte CCL Worker: Mlas Aaa 
.McGirt 

Queens College. Charlotte. North Carolina — Myers Park 
Church, Rev Jamas ■. Fogartie; Trinity Church, Rev. 
Lawrence I. Stall. 

Ralem College. Wtnston-Salem. Nortk Carolina— ^ev. Jailaa 
Lake 

State College. Meredith College. Peace College. Raleigh - 
West Raleigh Church. Campas Christian Life Worker — 
Rev T Hartley Hall 

State Teachers College, FayMtevtlle. North Carolina — Rev. R. 
A. Maasey. College Heights Preabyterlaa Charch 

Uaiverstty of North Carolina. Chapel Hill. North Carolina— 
R«'V Vance Barron 

Wake Foraat. Wii:atoB-8alem. North Carolina — Mm Earl 
F. TlioaipeoB. Campas Christian Ltfe Worker 

Woman's College. UNO.. Qra — koro. North Carolina — 
Campus Christian Life Worker: MIm Patricia R. Hall. 
Oraaaakoro 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



It 



I. IMre«ton« of ( hHntiaM l-Uiucallon .^^.MM-iatlon: Pre»»ide«t : Rev 

Lae Adkins. First Presbyterian Church Gre«nBbur(i. Vic«- 
Pre«ld«>at aad Ihri^ram (liMimian: Mis* Ann Hopkins. VVt-Hi 
Raleigh Preabyterlan Church. Haleigh. s«>cret«rir. Miss Mil 
■ dred .Mallard. Starmount Presbytirian Church. Greensboro. 
Trea.«»urer: .Mrs R H. Marler. First Presbytertsn Church. 
Winston - Salem; Area IMrertor: Miss H.len Cole. %9»% 
Friendly Rd . Oreeaaboro. 

J. (liriMtiaB iSducatloa Arwi W«>rhen.: 

(At Mias Patricia Stapleton. First Preebyterian Church. 

Greenville. 
(C) and (W-8) : Miss Eloiae Wells. First PresbyterlaaCfctitrrt. 

SUteaTllle. 
(D Miss Mary Catherine McCormlck. St. Pauls Presbyterian 

Church. St. Pauls. 
(O) mm Helen Jackson. Trlaltf Avenue Preebyterian Churck, 

Durham 
(KM) Mine Dorothy Joett Ray. Wrst Presbyterian Churck. 

OaatoBla. 
(M) Miaa Sue A. Ruddock. First Preebyterian Church, Char- 
lotte. 
iO) MlM Helen Cole. Guilford Park Presbyterian Churck, 

Greensboro 

(WI 

CAl^NDAR OF SPKClAli MA«ON» AND DAY* 
(See Minute* of the lOlnt General Aasemblf. pp. 48-4f> 



BITPLKMKNTAL 0FFKRIN08 O 



BY SYNOD 



[laad all Special Offerings for the Ca«M« kalow to the Central 
Treasurer of your Presbytery (see page 17 i. clearly uidLatinc 
the Cause In eaek tMU^]. 

I For the Children B Home st Barium Sprln^n an over and ' 
akova of«rtn« Ukwi aaaaallr at tke Thankaglvtng Saaaoa. Ooal 
of IKM.OOO 

I. For tke Preebyterian Hoaia. to be uken Mothers Day, May 
13. If 62 Total of 110.000. 



MINUTES OF THE 

MINUTES OF ANNUAL MEETING 

RALEIGH. N. C. 
June 13. 1961 



FIRST DAY— AfTERNOON SESSION 

Th* Synod of North Carolln* of Itn* Pr«ibyt«»rl«n Chorch ia 
th« rmted Stat««. met In tu One Hundred Forty-Eighth Stated 
Rei»«lon in the First Presbyterian Church. lUletgh. North Carolina, at 
2 F .M June 13. lf«l. and wa« called to order by the Moderator. 
Ruling Elder J. B Brewer of the First Presbyterian Church. 
Rocky Mount, who led the Synod In prayt-r le response to the 
InTitatlon of Synod last year, the Wuinen-of the Church of the 
Synod convened Jointly with Synod 

ROLL: The rollowlng were present or were enrolled during the 
MMlons of Synod. 



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H'harin I. Caner 

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SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



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roater Ma« . Bt S. Martoa 

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Laodta Mrai . Bt S. Maria* 

P««l»tar Teat. Bt I. ToaeaH 

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Flr»« Hallabury 

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MINUTES OF TinD 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 




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B. tlatT— ■■ W naflAM* CaOaga. O* 
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BUK-UIr Taka, Wtai«e«-«al»ai 
Ba^ L. P ain " i n i. Jr 
Batarl A. Willie * . A. F .Pl«». 
•J. BArry WMMHW . ■- 
•J T. Tavag. *r _ 

Trey A. Tmmb. Jr. 

BmlaA. 

VACANT: 

Urn Oa». Bt >. Mr< 
r. Bt I. JaCwaaa fwk Cr«*k. Uaral 

Flat Bwk. ML Airy rUatoa 



III MM A KY Th« AbOT* roll BhOW. IbAt IhAfB «'•«•■ •"•^f^ 

ABC* apoB me oiA^lBf of synod U* mlBteWf. B.4 »I4 r«llBf 
«ld«ni. A total of St4 

MKW M1MHTKH.H »^TROlU « T£D: Ttoe n.moj^f th* follo^^ 

fr(MB wttfcOBt the boands of Synod, or ordalBO* mrlBB IB« tmm 
§fm»€if\ fmr, w»r« r»Ad. »Bd lBtrodBc*d to Synod: 

A»,.*rla: I. Ummtm C-k. CdiM. J— « M.<T— « *. »«-^ 

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if,. MINUTES OF THE 

Ormmt»: I Bari AtfklM. fl. r«r«UMi : teawri K Wv4t*. diiti— ■■ : WIOtMi 
Brows. AtoteaM: PhlUp i Lt«. floiida : John L««ta DarU. Or4ala«4: Brie Me- 
Uutlty. iTu b* ordained) ; Boy K Pattoaoa, (To bo ordalaod) ; Umm K. 1N«4. 
VIrgteto. 

Witoi*t«M: I B rrtaky, Ortfalsod; Blehard ■nllinMii. Ordalaod: Jota Jack- 
Ma. (To b* urdatowl) . K. 8. Link. 8 raroUu . W«. T. Porklaa. (To ko if<alM<l : 
iUM« B TuUm. HoUim; Mhi Vlaor, Jr. BouUt Carotte*. 

('A.N'DIDATiCN for the Mtnlitry who were present for the meet- 
ing of Synod were introduced, u follows: James Clark and Jerry 
Taylor. 

MOOKKATOR'M ADDRKHM: The Moderator. J. B Brewer, 
■poke on matters about which the Church should be eoncern«d at 
this time, under the theme. "I Believe." 

OKfJANlZATION: The Rev. Warner L. Hall. Minister of the 
Covenant Presbyterian Church. Charlotte, was elected Moderator. 
The Rev E. Lee Willincham was elected Aaslstant Clerk. 

MODKRATOR-NOMINRK: The Rev. OMrge L. RIddls was 
elected Moderator-Nominee for the ItCS Scaaloa of lyMMI. 

Wh'UX>MK: Oreetincs and w sJ co i B were extended tlia Symod 

by .Mayor W Q Enloe. a Rulinc BM«r la the First PresbyteriaB 
Church. Raleigh, and Mr William P. McPherson. Chairman of 
the Committee on Entertainment of the First Pr^byterlaa 
Church. Raleigh Response to these addresses waa made by 
the Moderator, who also expressed appreciation for the prepara- 
tlon« made for the entertainment of Synod 

ANNOUN(YMKNT8: Announcementa were made, lacladlng 
appolntmenta of BUndIng Committees by the Moderator, as fol- 
lows 

ATTIBOAaCI: B«« U<«iilaa B MrKoHiMa. 
boro. S M BUIan. rharloUa . Bo* J 

•ILL8 Mtm •VtRTURta: Bm $ 
(artor. Jr.; Jaks r CaOMM, 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



IT 



r. a 



Marsfey 



CkalnMta; Boo. 



Bof B Lea 



Ckariaa Lfaa Browm. CIm 

B«T JDink M QMTtBOe 




JUMCIAL 

M. BaMaU. 

atBBtUTWBa : Bo* J«Uaa Lafea, 
W lBsai S B. BowUtaU . Joka 

RlffORT OF l*RO<iRAM fXlMMITTKK: J. B. Brewer. Chalr- 
Btaa «rf Um Program ComoiUisa, sabnlttsd the foilowiag report 
wkMl »aa adopted for Uia bm^1b« of Sjraod. 

PBOGKAM OF SYNOD 

i'^nrt Itay — Taeaday Aftcvwooa "--rfB 
Ftost rreakytf-Haa diarcii nta^Utmrj 

!:•• — SfBod Called to Order aad OpSBBd wltb Prayw by the 
Modw^tor. Hoaorabis J. B. Bff«««r 
■Broilmeat 
Roll of New Mintst«a (latrodaead to Syaod) 



RaeognltioB of Candidates for the Ministry 

Moderator's Mesaaca 

Election of lt«l Moderator and Clerks 

Election of lii2 Moderator-Nominee 

Welcome by Host Charcb— Honorable W G Enloe. Mayor 
of the city of Raleigh 

Announcements 

Report of Program Committee — Mr Brewer 

Recognition of GuesU. Including the Women-of-lhe Synod 
of North Carolina 

OMBBionicatlons Received and Referred 

Raport of General Secretary (Stated Clerk and Treasur- 
er) — RsT. Harold J. Dudley 

1 SO— Rsport of Executive Committee of Church Extension— 
Rev. W. D. Mclanls, Chairman 
(Home MlaatoBs. Evangelism. Radio-TV. Negro Work) 

I 19— Permanent Committee on Women ■ Work— Rev Russell 
B- PIsinlng. Chairman 
PraaSBUUon Mrs. H. Lacy Godwin. Prsaldant of 8y- 

Bodieal 
PanBBBaat Committee on Hom«i — Rev. Jerry C. McCana. 
C^MlrBiaB 
Orphans Hom»— Mr. M. C. BMitoa. Chairman of the 

Board of RegenU 
Praabytarlaa Home— Mr J B. Watt. Chairman of tha 

Board 
William Black Home— Rev. R H. Stooe. Chairman of 

the Board 



VISIT TO THE STATE MUSEUM OF ART 
1 : 00 — Sv^par 

rir«t iNay — Taeaday SUlfitt tniiia 

T:|#-_Worshlp Service lad by Host Pastor aad Choir 
Memorial Service for DaesBaai MlBlBlars 



aad Rallac 



PraawUtloa of Na««i by Slated Clerk 
Iteffiorial Prayer by the Moderator 
Service 



a.aa^BMort of the ExacaUve Comailttaa oa Christian Bdaea- 
•••^^tl^l_R.T Jamaa «. Fo«artta. Chalnaaa 
PraaentatloB of Dr Marshall C Daady 
Aiiraae 'The Coveaaat Ufa Carrtcala*** 

AOJOUKNMmT 



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MINUTES OF THE 



Dajr — H cdii<'«dii> Murnlnc HeMtloa 
45 — DcTOtional led by Rev. H. Howard Thompson 
00 — Reading of Minute* of the Previous Sesttons 
1§ — Report of the Execnttve Committee on Edncatlonal la- 



stitutioaa — R«v. WlUUn C. B«nnett. Chairman 

10:00 — Report of the BxecvUTa Committee on Campna Christian 
Ufe— Rev. Archie O. McKee. Chairman 

11:00 — Report of the PermaiMat Comnlttee on World Mlaslotts — 
Rev Harry H. Bryan, ChalrmaB 

Address: Rev. WUIlam B. Moseley, Ftortalan. Ceara. Brasll 
•Ye Are Witness To These Things " 

11:10 — Report of the Permanent Committee oo Christian Rela- 
tiona — Rav. I. Howard Chadwick. Chairman 
Address Dr. Frank C. Laabacb: "The Commuoist Thraat 
— The Chrtallan Answer" 

IS :1&— Recess tor Lnnch 



Recoil Dajp— Wednraday 

1:00 — Report of Synod's Council — Rev. Roseoe Prince. ChairflBan 

S:46 — Report of Psrmanent Committee on Nominations^ — Rev. 
Richard R. Oammon. Chairman 

(MMtlnt of the WoM«B-«f-the-Chareh. Synod of North 
Carolina) 

S 00 — Report of Permanent Comralttoa on Inter-Charcb Rela- 
tions — Rev. Lawrence I. Stell. Chairman 

t:SO — Report of Trustees of A. T McCallnm BsUte — Rev. W. 
B. Heyward. Chairman 

1:41 llsyort of tha Parnsaa— t HlgfcT ■ < •— t ic 
CoMHilttee — RST. B. Los StoftM. CliatrauB 

4:00 — Rober t of the Sesqui — Centennial Committee. Dr 
H. Carter. Chairman 



4:l»- 

4:10- 

1:00- 



• :t< 



of tho CMMBittos on tho Mlatoter and His Work 
N«iU R. IMlMcky. Chairman 



9t 8]rM«'s OCflM BwlMlat— Cmmtos Vins«« 
Dr. WarMT h. MaU. MoAorator oC SfM^ 



I»*y — -Wf^^hHwSay ^nght 

7: St P.M. — OMteaalai C^lehraUoa o€ the Preshytortaa Charos 
la the U. t.- 



•r the 



Dr 



Ml the 

Ckalniian 
; "0«r HurftAge • — Dr. John A. 
Oar Mission ' — Dr. Jaass A. Jonee 



Maekay 



AOtlOURNMKNT 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



Ird Day — Tliureday Moralnit 8r»i«loa 
g:48_ Devotional by Rev Albert O Edwards 
i: 00— Reading of Minutes of the Previous Sessions 

»:1»— Roporu: 

trustees of Synod— Hon W. E. Price. Chairman 

Keport of the Permanent Committe*- on Annuities and 

Roller — Rev. R. T. Baker, Chairman 
fermaaent Committoe on the Prwhyirrtan Hurrey— Hev. 

James N. Brown, Chairman 
Hpeclal Committee on Ministers Salaries— J. B Brewer. 

Chairman 
Permanent Committee on Bequests snd Deferred Gifts 

-r-E. B. Crow. Chairman 
Permanent Committee on Assembly s General Fund Agen- 
cies, Rev. Charles W. Worth. Chairman 
Permanent Committee on Standing Rulea— Rev Harold 

J. Dndley. Chairman 
Standing Committees: 

Attendance 

Bills aad Overtnree 

Jadlclal Business 

Raaolutions 
Unfinished or New Buslnaaa 
Reading and Adopting of Minutes 



wero Introduced as gasota 



ADJOURNMENT AT WILL 

GUMMni: The following pwwns 
duHng the mooting of Synod 

Mirtin •( BytTsl. laektSliV Um» 8jr»»««-»l PniU«t. Mr* ■ i^f 
t.» D r. Mrrartsad. ■s««llv» Wwrt.r »l U- n,r«U. A«fc« "j^-^ 
ElcfcaH a m^rt. Ms Wr«SW f tb* Pr«b,rt«U. 11^ ^ M«^ ^ 

lH>fi4f fcWWlttv^ BxHtolTT, I^Sftr^ •■ CTWsWlWi ■^•Cm»^^» m^^^^^^^^ ^ 

Dr rraelte W. MuMMa. Osvt*M ; snsAmv o« tb« rr^m. 

<X>MMlNICATION«: The following communicalloBS were ro- 
colvod aad dlsp<^«Ml of aa Indlcatod: 



SywS. (hcCMrTa^ <• «hB 

eVEBTUatS: 

a. Vraai Kl*C» M<xMt*la rr«aSrMrf 



m kTfWK^MMClk) 




MINUTES OF THE 




I. TlMii «r»««l iMtnirt tto CmwcU th^l. I* Ha eoanlUUaa of tb« 
•r ilM tartoM AfwriM wC •jraod titd th« iM*i>«r»tkHi of • t««al 
far ■yaa*'! ■wiiiIiti >«4|ot. it sbaU laclud* oal; 
wkiek «r« roqvMWd b; Um AtmfUm of SfvoA. 
(■r»o4 »M«w«4 talk 0»«iur«« In U»« ■»«•«»•) 

I ». rrMi MorklMkwf* rr«»fc7t*ry ifUttnr^ to Uwc-B*ag* 
ky Ryiiod-* CoiiMrtl) 
-MorklMlNiri PT«ibyt«y nM^Mlftitly oTrrturw tht ayMd of NocUi C«r»- 
llsa "to rcqunl lu CounfU U» roealder iht imMlblUtr of ••"■• » ■y»««'t 
RudcH •!■ iDBual ««■ for Taplut ruB4« for «»• bj ••• a r ■o w •* Mi 
•CVitrtM or tesUtuttoM. ftad U. roport to • lubMqiMM ■■■**■> •* *• 

•rM«"' 

KEIN)RT OF THE CiEXERAL HE<'RKTARV wm made by the 
Kev Harold J Dudley and included tht- Financial StatemenU of 
Accounta handled In Synods Office for the Church y««r ItM. 
•ad Btatlatical data. 

The Stated Clerk called attention to the fact that the flrat 
reference to the city of Raleigh In the Minutes of Synod (Synod 
of the Carollnaai appeared In the aeaaton of October 3-7. 17f4. 
where It Is recorded: 

•Mr. John Robertaons report — Pr«Mli«d at Wake 
Courthouse Small audience, the peopl* ta feneral are 
carelaaa about preachlnit Perhaps six or eight famlllea 
wlllinc to encourage supplies " 
It was alao called to Synod's attention by the Clerk that Synod 
has met eleven times previously In the First Church, Raleigh; 
the first time In 1S1«. the year of the organisation of the Church. 
and the last time in lfS7. 

The Report was adopted (Appendix page 5f> 

RKI>ORT OF EXKCnXlVE txmMITTKK OF t-HrR*^! EX- 
TKNHION was presented by the ReT. W. D. Mclnnla. Chairman 
Pending the Bdoptlon of the Report. Synod heard the following 
Rev Robert O Hall on Home .MIsatoiis: Rev. Bagaoe E. Klrk- 
Bian on EvsngplUm. and Rev Ben F Brown on Radio-TV'. 
Synod alao heard Mr Ted L Daniel. Raleigh. Synods Director of 
TRAV. In an address on Radio and TV. 

The Report with lU recommendatlona was adopted (Appendix. 
page lit) 

REPORT OF THE l»ERMAXENT rOMMITTMB ON WOMmm 
Wi>RK wsn presented by the Rev Russell B. Plemlni. ChalrmMi. 
Mrs H Lacy Godwin. Prealdent of the Syaodieal. p r aaa ^ Ud tlia 
Annual Report of the Praattfaat of the Synodlcal By rtalmf rota, 
the Syaod exprwwed appra^Uoa to Mrs Oodwia f«r kar addraaa 

The Report with lU recommendations was adopted (Appaa- 
dli. pace 1I4>. 

REPORT or THE PKRMAXBNT Ct>IIMITTEK OX HOIOM 
wan prfsonted by the Rev Jerry C MeCaan. ClialnBan PeadaMi 
the adoption of the Report. Synod baard Richard A Short, Exae«< 
tire Director of the Presbytefian Home 

The Report with Its re<-ommendatloos. as amended, was adopt- 
ed (Appendix, pace 1S2) 

RK<KMH. Svnod took reee« at 4:46 P.M.. baiag led la prayar 
by Rev Harold J Dadley. to recoeraae at 7 SO PM 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 

FIRST DAY-TIIESDAY NIGHT SESSION 



41 



Quilmaat 



Syaod reconvened at 7: SO P.M. In the aanctuary of the Flrat 
PraabyteriaB Chnrch. Raleigh. 

W..MOIU4I. A\D COMMINION SEH\irE: The aamea of the 

latertal Memorlala. l«(re SI). 

Synod engaged In the followln, ij*nrtce. prealded over by the 
Reverend Albert Q Edwarda. host paator. 

Th. organ P-'^^^o! Socman AekW. Or.anlat 

A Prayer for the Individual Worshiper, after Being Seatad 

•Oar Father, who haat called me Into the «e»o';»l»»P °' ]^J. 
SOB draw «• eloaer to thee in this hour of '"•«»'^««'«" "«* 
?^mm«nlOB. May n>y heart be open to ^j;;^.,*'";^;;':^: 
tton and my -Uad ready to receive and *^'»«^»?'''!:'l " 
cVed truth and .-rlous imprest ^"j*'**.TI?^ei w^h 
my loyalty, increase my faith, and anrlch aM anew with 
thine own divine love Amaa." 

The Chimes 

•f «.n the Croaa of Jesus. Mine eye at tlmea can aaa 
'"^Se «ry dTn. form of One who ""--^ »V« 1 «nSL- 
And from my atrlckea heart with teara ^''o ''°'»^J" * !f".'T!r 
The wonder of rwleemlng lore aad my aaworthlnaaa 

Tka Hymn No Ill-Crown Him With Many Crowna" 

The Inroeatlon aad our Lord a Prayr I>r Albert O. Bdwwda 



The Reading of the Word of Ood 
-Mark I 24-14 



Dr. H Howard 



Tha Madltatlon — 

•OKB TOUCH OF FAITH The Reverent Richard L Morgaa 

The Hymn No 102- Thare s la A Oreeo Hill F^ Awar 

•The Words of InstUutloa — _^ immrmmt L. H*ll 

I Cortnthlana 11 21-2I ^ Wrmtf l* »~ 

— ~~ ' w. .4 . .„.««MlaA aerriee was held in the Stata 

•"Raleigh a flrat commtMla* wmmrx w»« 

Capitol. 

•It iMppMMd to 1110. •*«• P^ ^IJrStafcad efcmreb h«r« 
Tliare ware •« par»M««« ■""■—"• 
travwIlBd prp*ifc«ri , ._. mi«i.ter of tfc« aHF'* *•* 



MIKUTB8 or THE 



The Prajrer of ThanksKlving . Dr. Waraw L. Hall 

The Dtetrlbatlon aad Partaking of the Bread 

The Distribution and Partaking of the Fruit of the Vine 

The Prayer of Dedication The Reverend Richard L. Morgan 

The Hjrmn No Sll — "Sarlour. Thy Dying Lore. Thou OaTeat Me" 

The Benediction and Choral Reapona* 

The Chimea — "All Hail The Power of Jaaaa' Name" 

The Poatlade — "My Jeaua. I Love The«" Arr. Gordon 

• • • • 

RKPORT OF THE EXKCT'TIVK OOMMITTKE ON CHRIH- 
TLA.N KDK'ATIOM waa prenented by the Rev. Jamea E Fogartle. 
Chairman, who Introduced the Area Dtraetora of Chrlatian Edu- 
cation to the Synod. Pending adoption of the Ri^KUt, Synod h«ar4 
the Rev. Robert Turner. Regional Director of Chrlatian Bdnea- 
tlon In the Sjraod. and Dr. Maraball C. Dendy. Executive Secre- 
tary of tha Board of Chrlatian Education. Richmond. Virginia, 
In an addreaa on "The Covenant Life Curricalam". 

The Report with its recommendations, aa amended, waa adopt- 
ed. (Appandix. page 112). 

(ItriMtiaB Artloa: The followlag Raaolntlon waa adopted: 
Tkel Mm •eb-eaflMBmse m ObrtaMaa Aatt*a »f tk* CmimMm •• nrlH 

tisa laeMMee a* ISiasrtia Is Itatfy fa* M^a tt •■nary »ck«*li Mrf 
■*aw u ri l t M Hr Sffiti is Ik* caatoit •! CfcHrtto* rmem rslctt*** aM 
Msk. ts ■ssas rsH >s vHS Mm OmsmMIbs m Ob aisli brtMntos. Hr 

^w ^B^W» vMB B^Mwa ■ 



AlKIOl'RNNE^rT: Synod adjourned at f 40 P.M. with the bene- 
diction, pronounced by Rev Ansley C. Moore, to meet Wedneaday 
at 8 46 AM 



SECOND DAY— WEDNESDAY MORNING SESSION 

Synod racoBvened at 8:4S A.M. in the Church Sanctuary aad 
waa led In worship, conducted by the Rev. Howard ThOBI 
Aaaociate Pastor of the Hoat Church 



MINITKH RKAD: 

raad and adopted. 



The Minutes of Tuea da y'a 



RETORT OP SBftQl'I-rfeifTmiflAL OOMMrrTRK 
aaated by the 8tai«d Clerk In tka atawea of tb« (hat 
waa adoptad. (Appendix, page SOI). 



Ion He used It to carry tha fraiAiy bakad aalaatmad braihd fi 
tba kitchen la hia home to tb« plM^e of wondilp. Tkla baca»a a 
t r ai WI i M i in the MePhe«tera faraily. aad Mlaa Suaa McPkaatwa 
feMpa tha eaatOM altva today. Mte taaan M>tB tb» comramaal 
ti^lowHJitfeaaMMTaaartaMadta tfeaflnts^^rvirM Tb^ origfart 
piUAar ««a a gift nf Mm loka Dararacuz th* gohirt* wara 
ky /. Prlnro»« «d4 H. D. Taraar; and Cbariea Vmwwf 
the fIrM Plata." 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



ltt:iH»RT OK THE IKHMANKNT ^^^M:^'™*^^ ^J"^/ 
TIKH AND IIKLIKF was preaent. d bv the Rev. »- / ""•l' 
rhatrman Th.- Report with lU recommendation waa adoptad. 
(ApiwDdix, page I7i). 

iii,iH»RT OF THE ADVISORY CXMdMTmBi ON mOBn 
KD^CAi^ON ias^onted by the Rev. 1 La. Stoffel. Cfclr- 
man and was adopt«»d (Appendix. PM« IID^ 



W. :IH>RT OF EXBCmVE tX>MMlTTEE "^;, ™ ^^A™!*^^ 
INHTITt TION8 was presented by the Rev William C. Beaaatt. 

Chairman _ -.# 

Synod heard the Kmr John R. Cunningham «» *»»• »»S«JJ" 5' 
HigLr Eduction In tka Syaod. and the Rev. John S. Browa oa 
Hecnjifro«*nt For the Mtota*ry". 

The R#p<irt with Ita raeommeadationa. aa amaadad. waa adopt- 
ad. (Appendix, page 147). 

RESni.lTlON' : . . . . 

WELCX>MK wa« xtattAad to the membera of the Synodlcal. 

UKtHmr OF THE EMKVTIVE <\>«^>T^,.?J'o''iJJJif 
^^JiHuTi*'* 1 IKK «u Dtaoaatad by the Re» Archie o Mci\ee, 
S'l^rSI^ rifc^nTp" ^SSSS lif. worker. -- '-^'-»;-J 

Pending adoption of the R^«rt. .*^ J^^T** .'i^lJI'suta 
Hartley Hall IV Minister to ItlldaBta at North Caroliaa waia 

Collage. Raletgh «^«^ 

Tha Report wlih Ita recommandatloBB. aa aaMftOoa. waa amr^ 

ed (Appendli pa**" 101) 



REPORT OF THE i'^^:!^^l^''l^^*S^irS''Bi^J''^iMl^ 

man Mi«itonartaa praaant *«;• J»^»?* ^ Jj^tr tiTlSr 
iMloptkm of tha IU»©rt. synod l»««J •», f*^ fJJZj ^, 
William B Moa^ley Mtasloaary to Braifl on tha iab]aei. 
Are WJtneaaea of Th<»« Thlaga". 

The Report with Us r*roiB«M«d»tloaa. aa amaadad. waa awp»- 
ad. (Appendix, page 117 > 

HKWRT OF THE PERMAMEPTT *^>»«*P™«,?'L*JIIJ^ 
TIAN REU*TiONH wa. pr«i.ot«! by Rev I^ Howard 2^^^' 

Chairman Peodlnf adoption of ^^V »*««!*• ^fJ.^'SSa^ 
rrank C l^ubarh on th« sabj«t. The Comroonlat T»raM— 

Tti# ChriatlaB Answer", 

Th* Report with Ita raeoBi»a«datloo8 was adopted. (A»»«- 

41x. page 171). 

SECOND DAY^WEDNK*DAY AFT«NO0W 

mntm RW10HVEWKD at i- II P.M. aad WM 1*4 IB pr.yaf W 
li^v B rraak Hall. 



44 MINUTES OF THE 

RKi>ORT OP SYNOITH CXHTNCIL. was pr«ientc»d by Rev. Roa- 
co* L. Prince, Chairman. 

Th« Report with ita recommendationa. aa amended, waa adopt- 
ed. (Appendix, pafe 77). 

KRI'ORT OF THE <X)MMITTKB ON RB(X>RD8 waa preaented 
by the ReT. R T Haynea, Chairman, and waa adopted •• a part 
of the Report of Synod'a Connell. (Appendix, page 202). 

REPORT OF THE PERMAVKNT OCMfMITTEK ON NOMINA- 
TIONH was presented by the Rfv Richard R Gammon. Chair- 
man. 

Pending the adoption of the Report. Synod heard the REPORT 
OF THE PBRMANKXT CXMUMITTEE ON HTANDINCi Rl iJ(M. 

the recommendations of which were adopted by a two-thlrda TOte. 
IncludlnK the recommendation that the Standing Ralea of Syood 
be suspended In order that all of the nominations to Synod ordi- 
narily affected by Rale 1:2 might be immediately effective. (Ap- 
pendix, page lt4). 

The Report of the Committee on Nominations, including the 
recommendations, waa adopted. (See DIRECTORY and Appen- 
dix, page 1»S). 

REPORT OF THE I^ERMANENT CX>MMnTn ON INTVR. 
CHimTI RELATIONH waa made by the Rev Lawrenea I BUII. 
Chairman covering the work of the North Carolina Coancll of 
Churches and lu subsldarlea. 

Tha Report with Ita recommendationa. as amended, waa 
adopted. (Appendix, page 189) 

REPORT OF THE TRl HTEKH OP THE A. T. McOALLUM 

"TATE waa preaented by the Chairman, the Rev. W. B. Hay- 
ward The Report was adopted (Appendix, page 201). 

REPORT OF THE PERMANENT (IQMMITTES ON THE MIN- 
IHTER AND HIH WORK waa preaented by the Reverend J M. 
Walker. Jr . In the atMence of the Chalnaiiui. 

The R«port with Ita racommendatloas WM adopted. (AnpeB- 
4U. page l»l). 

BBCm: Bjnod took reeeaa at 4 SO P M. aad raconrened at 
I P.M. at Byaod'a new office where dedication exerciaes for tha 
Office Bailding were held according to the following program: 

-1 PROCJRAM 1 

PRBHIDINO • Voit Ollraope. former CluinLMi (rf Hfwod's OoMMfl 

HYMN --Oar Ood. Our Help la Agaa Paali Watts 

SCRIPTURE - BphaateM 1 11-14 ._R^. Roaeoa Prince 

Ckairawi of Byvod'a (^«adl 

DBDICATION ADDRMt Dr Warner U Hall 

Moderator of the Syaod of North Carolina 

OBDICA'nON PRATER Dr Charlaa M OtMs 

Mated Clwk of tha Synod of Nortk Carolina (ItSS-ltSl) 

UKVBILINO OP COMMMMMUnON PLAQUE 

MWARKB RY THE CHAtmilAN 

BBOOONTnON OP 'THB PBBnTTBRlAN BBAL"— 

Work and Om of Mr. Jnek H. BiMawr. Ltseolntoa 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA «• 

PRESENTATION OF THE KEYS TO THE BUILDING— 

m Chlrlaa Lynn Brown. Chairman of the Building Commlttha 

ACCEPTANCE OF KEYS AND RESPONSE Dr Harold J Dudley 
General Secretary o( the Synod of North Carolina 

BENEDICTION ^ Dudley 

REC^BiW: Synod look reeeaa at 4: SO p m for a barbecue supper 
on^ ground, of the new Synod". Office Building Member, of 
Synod and Synodlcal were gueats of the Honorable and Mrs. A. 
E. Flnley of Raleigh 

SECOND DAY— WEDNESDAY NIGHT SESSION 

8YNOD RBCX)NVENED at 7:30 P M in Reynoida Collaeam. 
North Carolina SUte College Campu. R*>e»i»». "», °^***L' i^.^J; 
serve the Centennial Celebration of the Preabyterlan Church in 
the I'nlted States Following la a reaume of the program: 

PROGRAM 
PRBfaiHNG • Dr. I-Vontls W. Johnsum. Hi ■!■■■■ 

PRELl'DE 
SONG SERVICE 

INVOCATION Dr. Warner L Hall. Moderator of Synod 

BELL CHOIR CoTenant Preabyterlan Chorch. Charlotte. N. C. 

(Under Direction of Mra Betty L Peek) 
SCRIPTURE - Dr Albert G Edward., Hoat PaatOT 

ANTHEM The Lord'a My Shepherd Mueller 

ADDRESS ■^" "*'*"*!:i5^';*;dta'A°iuaSJ' 

MEMORIAL TO THE LATE A T. McCallum of R«d Springs. N. C. 

By Dr. Robart O. Hall 
CONVEYANCE OF THE A T McCALLUM BEQUEST TO THB 
SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 
Repreaenting Legal Council - Honorable Dlckaon McLasp. Jr 

Rppr^^entlng tha 8yw»d of North ^''""■•-JTI*!^ 15^: 
William B Heyw«rd. Chatrman. Dr Rofcsrt CfOMi. Maa- 
tan. Z. V. McMillan. Ra4 Bprlngs \ 

OPPBRING 

OPFBRTORY ANTHBM — 

•Almighty Oo4. Ood ol Onr Palhara 

DBDICATION OP OPPBRING 

ADDRESS "0«f Mtasion- 

ANTHBM - "Onwia^ ChrMttan Soldiers 

BENEDICTION 



Rer G«orge Riddle 




Dr. HALL 



ABIOlRNMEBfT: Synod adjourned at •:»» P •■ • *« 
Tharaday at 8 4S AM 



r 



4€ MINUTES OF THB 



THIRD DAY—THURSDAY MORNING SESSION 

HYKOD R£CX>!VVS\KD at 8:46 AM in tb« sanctaary of the 
Pint Preabytertan Charch, and waa led ta a devotional by the Rev. 
Albert O. Bdwarda. 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



«T 



MINITI-:H KKAD: 

read and adopted. 



The Mlnatea of Wedneaday's 



Jona were 



REPORT OP THE l*KRMA.N'K>iT COMMITTKB ON THE 
PRRMRI'TBRIAN HlRilEV waa preaented by the Stated Clerk 
Id the abaence of the Chairman. 

The Report, with Ita recommendationa. waa adopted. (A^ 
pendtx. page 193). 



RKI-ORT OF THE AD nmBRIM CXYMMITTRE TO BTinDy 

MIMSTKRH' HAUAKIKH was prtweoted by the Honorablp Joaeph 
B. Brewer, Chairman The Report waa adopted. (Appendix. p«C« 
tOO) 

KEHOLITION: The followinK Reaolution waa adopted: 

Tkat ta« tyM»« ut ai« Layaaa't CcMailtlM to a««4y HtoMtn' 
to BtH* • sivey. aM n u ft to •rata waasralaa: (1) The at* af 



Myatat »toa( far ar«*Mla« aara 

t*Ur%: (}) ta« ar**Uiaa »t mmr» ataltoMa rattraaaat pratoattoa far hv 

aartaaaal a*»t«ir»« fey ta* Ckartli 

REI'ORT OP THK PEKMA.\K.NT (XIMMITTKK ON' BIKjl'iCHTfl 
AND DKPBRKKD CilFTH waa preaanted by the Suted Clerk In 
the abaenre of the Chairman. The Report with ita recommenda- 
tion, aa amended, waa adopted (Appendix, paite 177). 



REPORT OK THK 1'KK.HANBirr COMMITTEE ON 
BI.V'H CiKNKRAI. Fl .<«D AUEMCTEN waa praf fi kjr R«V. 

Charlea W Wurth. Chairman. 

Synod, by rtolng vote, expreaaed appreciation of r>r Staart 
I. MrElroy who reilraa thla year after Si yaan aa a Secrwtair 
•f the American Bible Society 

Synod ha*rd Dr. John R. CaanlnchAa. Bx^entlre DIraetor of 
the Praabytarlaa Pouadatioa. who raporind ob tka Poaadatlon. 

The RapoA. with tu recommaadatloBS. •• AoaaBdad, wmB adopt- 
ed. (Appendix. pM« IT*) 



RKIH>RTH OF flTANIWIfO rOMMimnH: \ 

Attrartlaacw: Tb# Report ut tb» Standtoff rommttMa on Attes- 
dance waa prweented by the Chairman. K#v Letghton B Me- 
Keithen. and waa adopted, aa followa: l 

Year Maadtaa Caaum** •• An»«tfaaM taM m0t faat tlict v« cawa 

«• tmmp»tm»t9 at »« «i*«*t k*>* *» « ■ la •••fe ■tttan aBl 

■ • ■)■»« ■••4i»t •• *•' rM««ttt is k« «i*«M<i 'af 
l)*««li»( ••' •rtt*Ht« I* taf tractirtart** «■< ^«ai ska 

•a MN* a way ttat ta«T #• ■•i •»••»«« wnt, ik* «•!«• •« tti* •ir»*4 ■*•*!•( 
ra« Maaa**! »«tai •< •-**•« •v4vi«>*t »• •%• mt* •< tti* Caaiarttt aa raad a* 



• « »f tin* C«ill»«t1»« »r» l« MBti-**.- tti4 %t r»WI 






Wa a»a awara fraw toaklat •'»""< »» '»•» •«?•(•• ««« » •»''•• •■■•<' •• 
.v... *ha ware la altaa**ae« liar* hat* «•»»«•*. •«« »* •• baae 
•air «wa a* »rwi raaaaato fraai aawwltalaaar* arka wara la attoa4aaaa 
hal Ifeey ia wnaiai (raw toeay't *•««»•■ 
■••a Itaa Mt tbe »ya a < waat •• raaara r*«a«stu» t^tt »r««arta«toa 
Mi.ir taai»t aai »«i»f»ft»f*» »a< ttat laeal abaraa** ■ ■>i< ai i ••Ir iaNy 
■iMa aakaalt »• m ••« <♦ eaaaial w«i tka aMtltac af tke ty aeC aa<^l>^ • »«g» 
aaaikar af Ilia r«aaa«te t» ka l aaaw l traai attaatflai tya«4 -*-*-■ •»— •••••^ 
aai far fkair ■•» «n*ii4aaaa. 



mCOMMf NDATIONS 

I Tkai til. i.«l.»i.i aiiaUtara arka ara a«( la attaadaaea aa4 ba*a aal aaat la 

raaeaata th.J tft* *• a««aai Iraai al to a il ai ka«a «»a»f aawaa raaaraaa la (be 

■laata* at Syaa^ •• fcavla» baea akaaat fra« l*U ••atiaa. (taa 99- »•. 

«kar« taa NaN af Ulalatora laaiaataa tfcaaa attaailat Syaaa, t»aaa aaaaaaa f»a« 

aWaailaa. aaa tkaaa aaf axaaaaa.) 
a mat ika aaabar af akarekM aat ra*raMata« ky raNat aliara la attaaaaaae rt 
■ tfel, •..!lM k« rmf4^ la tkt Hl.atoa af •f^ (Tk. Nrt af lack >kafaM> 

awy ka laaa« aa »».»•• ! Tli« taUl aawkar atat 4*4 af kAS . HI akefaaaa 

•era mmiklllf ky aaltkar aiiatator aar RaMaf CM«r. 
%. That tniffiTt aaata ka wto aaa af ttMir fcraaab af rawaaatWHty la 

a .laMtiiliTi- uMiit ar la aa« aaeatat aa aaaaaa far nu aaa 

Heaotatloaa: The report of the Committee on Raaolntlona waa 
preaanted by Rev Julian Lake. Chairman, and waa adopted aa 
followa: 

n la alvar* • •wwaa of piMaara to nfmm a^erartoitaa to a t-har^ •*«• 
nllV»r. »»4 •••brr* h».. t^m* th. aa(*a4 toUa to ba fc aa aH a k ta *• •fT 
«Mi« of th, .Turrk ayaa^ to .M aMaMidM I U- tart Uut . "T^ •~V' 
aaria. i. l»»ol».a to laHrtollaa Uto ■Ptotf a» NofO. r.n.li«-. -ah* to aai aalr 
tta. tonw IUa.4. M adaaBy baa >ara rapraaaatoii.^ u— ik. c^al 
HmM Wbaa Iba WaaMa •( tta tyaatf an a««ad w tku u fiMi^ of a n 
•all ni«it aukBaM r wiraa* caatok lato tha ri<'«ara. 

Thava to avaa awra ihaa krarary 
flm OnwcH *i BaMgb iMra 

t^rh raaraaaatoUf* vt Uia ayaotf a* W 
tmaiMj la a aailabtfattr «w>l ^ 
af m» 

aaaaty a( Mk 
toeaa •» tfea a m mi el 
•( tiw MariaarT Ik aa IMaawWaa for aU w aaa 
MMtor -Wra baa atoaa hara for m»mt 
(t»«Bbf«a araa <il a (faat «ttf 

r. Htfkaraaa. Baa wal Ckklnaaa a* the 

, , at %»>» r» 

at gM riwl rraakjrtorlaa ( hurdi, aaa to kll alfcara. 
ar«, aM baalatoaa. wa asyraaa a«r aaprartattoa 

AaaaatolaaNa* • -^"^ '^ 






CTl»rrh 

Wa ark 

lir Ow aaa a« Ha terWItoa. aai to 



to Mr 



r. to 



af Haiwi 



48 



MINUTES OF TH« 



c«ap«ica to imtM 




Wa m^rmt •■r yMN << to the WoBM-er-th«-Br»od for thslr 
IM.M* for • B»w fttudeat Crntvr at Wo«ab'» roU«f« tn Or««Bafear«. 

Th« •iMMT* Ikaakt of Um »ytu>a toM to tb« Maror tod tbe ritr at latolgfe. Uia«4- 
IBC t^ PoUe* T>«|>«rttMaL To th* B07 BrauU, tb« Pr«M. %n6 MpaelsUjr to tlM 
■MDbcn of Um Buff of SnMtf*! Offtco, w* ciprcM our dcrp tpprocUtlo*. 

UNi-nyi(«fED Br8INl»8: 

RBNOLITIONH were presented and adopted aa follow*: 

(1) That lh« Cliurcli Bitaaatoa CoKnlttM. throucii tu Bub-roMsitUo of lvuic«t- 
tam. bt Mked to ri-»TftlumU 8yiio4'i Procrtn of BrancaltsM. tad t>ruv la 
••ndatloii for ■ nor* cfffctlTs «Dd ortanlaMi profram of KT*Bg«U«B. ma4 
bark to Rrnod to IMl 

(I) That in* Hrnod of North Caroltaa In rofi)unrtloo wttfe Ito ' 
ibip of (laif. moatj, and Ulcota. uodcrtak* a 
profraai. In ordrr to pm)«rt a r«aU*tlc prograai. b a a a d up«a tka 
vad bjr tba «TaluaUoa. and upon tbc Uaiutloaa I w po aa d v»o« tka nttmm partB 
of Synod'* procraa by the aatouot of aMac; which Syaod caa 
to reralTc for lU oparattoa Tbia would b« carrlod out aadar tha 
and dtriK-Uon of tb« U>bi Kane* PUniiln< CoiwHtaa o( tya a C a 
CoBiBimca would ua« all maaaa a«alUbl«. mtA aa e a aaattaWa ai wtili layBMa 
aad alalalan who bava partk-lpatod la prvrtoua pUaalag aad aMcwUoa o< 
(lynod'f pmrraBi by quaatlooaairaa : by paruaal of prograwa •( atha a Syaada : 
and any otht? pmOtabU Baani Tb« aadlaga would ba raparla4 la lyaatf la 
IMX. 

<l) Thai Bynod aipraaa arapalhy to ih» Uncle raMlly at DatMaoa la Of wrrow 
which baa boon caMai by tha drowatac of Mlaa Naa Uagla aad to the faaUy 
of tayatoad V Aaalte. Jr . kauto No. t. Charlotto. orraaioaa4 by kla d ia w at— ■ 

TIME AND PLACE OK NEXT StKETlNG: Synod confirmed 
Acceptance of the invitation to meet at St Andrews Presbyterian 
College. Laurlnburg. June 6-7. I»t2. beginning at 2 P M 

ftUNUIVS READ: Minutes of today's sWi l O M w«r« read and 
approved. 

ADJOl'RNMBNT: Synod sdjoumed following the singing of n 
bymn and prsjrw by the Moderator. 

C. M. Olbbs. Permanent Clerk 
Warner L. Hall. Moderator 

ArnCBT: Harold J Dudley. Stated Clerk 



APPENDIX 

Page 

I. MKMORI AU4 , _„^ * * 

II RKl»t>RT OF GKNERAL HIMTIETARY. STATED 

' Cl^HK. AND TKftL%MtKBR - JJ 

A. Treiaaurer of Hyaod •* 

1. Christian Education A(»:oant •• 

2. Children'B Heme Account •* 

1, Presbyterian Home. Inc. Account-^.. — - — 'S 
4. Guidance Center ..-.-. ^— «4 

B. StAtlirtlcjd R<T»onji «>f I»ma»yt«T4«i •« 

1 Stated Clerlts Reporta by Preabyterle* •« 

2 Summary of Presbytery Statlatica '» 

C. Statlatica of HrmoA—tB^O {Viwr Year Corapariaun) 7S 

1 Part I— VIUl Statistics 73 

2 Part II — Stewardship J» 

in. REPORT OF SYXOIXS <XHNCTL y 

A. Andlt*^ Financial Mta««'incwia ■< 

1 Report of Auditor *' 

2. Synod's Office Account Financial 
Statement— 1»«0 " 

a. Public Relations Account ■« 

b Office Building Account »» 

3 Higher Education Campaign Account 

(Ralelgb Office! »» 

4 Campus Christian Life Campaign Fund »1 
6 Contingent Salary Fund Account— I »«o fl 
C. ReTolvIng Salary Fund »• 
7. Institutions of Synod ^ ^ . I. 

a. Consolidated Presbyterian College Fund. Inc. f 4 

b. Peace College •• 

c. Preabytarlan Home. Inc »• 

d. Presbytw^B Junior College " 

e Presbytertan Children's Home »■ 

f Queens College " 

g. Union Theological Seminary »•• 

g Paper* and Securities |0» 

B. Budgrta ;iii' ,»• 

1 Summary of Awembly and Synod ^"•«tr" ,„,:«: 
a Apportlonmenu to Presbyterlea— If §2 103 lot 
S Synod's Program— 1 112 (Administration. Annual 
MaeUng. Publicity and Promotion. Council •«>« 

rommlttw F.ip^naea. etc t »*• 

IV. RKinmre OF KXB<TT1VK (X>MMITTKKH !©• 

A. €)mmKriM (^riuHmn lAte J^» 

1. rinanclft) statf^ment— ItM ••" 

S. Budget 19«2 \\\ 

B. f*rl»tla» K«l»ratloB J J • 

1. Financial Htatement — !••• »»' 

2. Pu.lK-t 1»«2 ^ **• 
O. Churrh KHfoalon (Inrlodlag H<»tn*- Mlaalcma, K»a«g^ 

H,M Radio, «t»rti»H*ii KHallon*. nfi.l '^^Krt> W.irk) lit 

1. ETangi'llam Staiisiirii I9»<i *•• 

Table I— Chur. h and Sunday School Membership III 

Table 11 — Rftafflrmatlons, TnooimB, e4«. ••» 

T^ble in — Treabyt^rian Orowth Compared wHb 

Baptist and Methodist ^*' 

Table IV - Soul-Wlnnlng Ratio tmA tplrimai 

Blnhrate \\' 

t Fln^nrlal Siatement — !§•• **• 

a O^'nfTal R^^-^lpta and n!atiar«*m*Bta I" 

b. Pprmaripn! (hurrh and Mana»» l-f»aB Fmid lU 

e. permanent RM^rte rva4 •*• 

d. DwalEoated Fund* •** 

e. Sadie Duncan Wbartoa Aeet »" 



so 

3. Budget — 1»I2 14* 

4. Other Statistics (Summary of oTfta) 14( 

a. Table I — Apportionments. Acceptanrea ft 

Oifts by Presbyterie* ng 

b. Table II — SustintatJon Aid to PresbyteiiMr ~ 14B 

c. Table III — Five-Year Summary of Gifts to 
Church Extension 14c 

D. Kdurallonal iBNtitutinnii -I«III 147 

i. Colleges & I'.T.S. IlllllirUO 

Presbyterians in collegea ^^— _»..IIZIZIIZIni 

a. Monoicraphs of Institutions ~_ _15X 

b. l!t61-19C2 budgets of Institutions _ 1C4 

c. Educational Centers in the Synod (See 
Directory) 

d. Summaries and Comparisons of Institutions ICS 

e. Information |ff 
f Hequests and Memorials "n7 

f. Charts: 196li-I»61 igg 

I. Summary Educational Institutions U8 

II. Students by Denominations l«9 

III Income Rreakdown by Institutions 170 

IV Percentage Breakdown by Institutions 170 
h Financial Statements 179 

<1> Educational Institutions (Committee) 

— 1»«0 170 

(21 Ix)an Fund ---.—»„..... 17t 

(3) Balance Sheet '"' "" 172 

I. Budget— li(2 17J 

2. Guidance Center 173 

a. Financial Statement 174 

b Budget 174 

V. IIKI'C)KT>< OK PKKMANKNT ODMMITTKKN 17B 

A. Anniiliic- anil Iteltef |^^ 

It. AtHembl) '*. (.«-ner«l Kund AKenrim n% 

V. lU-tiuewt- and l^eferretl Ciifta 177 

D. ChriMian ileiatiitnn 473 

K. Hlirher tCduratlua Advfnory Committee m 

F. Hotae« l$i 

1 Children's Home with BiMlget. lfC2 18S 

2. Presbyterian Home. Inc with Budget. 1912 igs 
8 William Black Home with Financial Statement — 

'•*•' 18C 

G. lai«>r<41iurrh KrlatloBs „ilf 

1. Financial Statement — 1940 "I I laa 

r Budget 1912 .. .. hq 

3. HigblightR of N. C. Coancll of Charehea. 1940 191 
H. MlnlMer and Hi* W(H« m 
I. .Nominal ionn 191 
i. Prf*b>ti-H*n Siirvej m 
K. Hianding Hulen of Kynotf 194 
L. W».m.n . Work. InrlMdlaK Report «f Hraodlc*! 

Prraddtnl .«. 

M« W ortd Mlaaloim 117 

VI. RKFOItTM OF Af>.|^TICRIM CtMnfirmM 200 
A. Oatennial (He* Prngf 45) 

Vn. lfIlirBI,I.AVKorH RKI"ORT«"riIIIlr 201 

A. A. T. kir4 allum Kutate. _. jOl 

> Mem oHal to A. T. MtCmllum Z.SSllZlZlllZlli9t 
n. IUme«l« ^ jQj 

Vni. HT^MHM, RIIKH f)F H% NOD 294 

a. HTKW AHIIHHII' HTATIKTICM f Ti^U^~f-Xiri llA 

X. f»|-C< KHMIOV OF OFFK KH.H t41 

IN'f»K\ II2 



I. MEMORIAUS TO DECEASED MINISTERS 



RS^iniKND THOMAS ROBKRT ALEXANDER 
(180(»-1»5») 

Thomas Robert Alexander was born In Providence Townahip 
In Matthews. N. C. January 22, 1898 In his youth he was a 
member of the Providence Presbyterian Church. He graduated 
from Davidson College In 1»1» with an AB degree; from I'nton 
Theological Seminary of Virginia In 182 2 with a BD degree. 
He received his Masters of Arts degree from Duke Cnivaralty 
In 1931 He married Virginia Dare Norwood in Durham. N. C 
May 21. 1»37. 

He waa ordained by Potomac Presbytery September 24. 1»22. 
He was pastor at WMtmlnlster, Marshall and Aldle Churchaa 
in Potomac Presbytery from 1«22 to 1»27 From 1928-1»2» he 
was pastor of the Bethlehem. rnionvlUe and Midland Churches 
In Mecklenburg Preabytery In 1»33 he accepted a pt»«ttlon In 
the V 8 Veteran Administration office in Washington, D. C. 
and served there until hia death. Augtist 7. 1959 From lt2f- 
1931 he was at Duke rnlverslty working on his Master's IVgree 

Mr Alexander served his Lord well In his life. His waa a fmlt 
fol ministry while he was In the pastorate During his pastorate 
and later In life, he waa eaaenttally a student and a scholar He 
left the ministry because he felt his delivery was not good, and 
felt that he could serve In other capacities 

We and his family are comforted by the blSMed aaaurane* 
that he Is with His Lord whom he servad so acceptably whila 
here on earth. 

We command all the members of his family to the God of all 
comfort and r«;ord our gratitude to God for his ministry here 
and elsewhere. 



|IE%'KRK!fD CHARUM FREDERICK ALLBN 
(I0M-IOAO) 



Charlaa Frederick Allen was bom In AtlanU. Georgia July U. 
lltS, After his call to the ministry, ha pandstently pursued his 
education. In ordar that he might be a workman who needed not 
to be ashamed, at Davidaon College 1915-1118; at the I nlverstif 
of Sovth Carolina ItW; at Um^m Iniveralty, Macon. Georgia 
Ifte-Sl He waa awarded tha dagree of Bachelor of Arts aad 
Maatar of Arta He eturtted at Columbia Theol<^1aU Banliianr 
lilt-21 and raealved the Hachelor of Divinity degrwi. T*a« 
In mo ha WM awarded the Maatar of Theology by Union THao- 
logleal SoBtaanr fa Vtrglnla 

He waa Iteanaed to praach the goapal April II. I til »nfT" 
ordained to the foapel miaMry May t. 1 til by Atlanta rmm- 
lary He serTed with diatlactloa pMtorataa In Newtoa OMUKy. 
Oaorgia; Jefferson and group. Tattaail Sqaare C»»««»' "i^* 
0«>rgla; Spring HUl. C5«iter Ridga groap »» 9lf*il!!it. I^SL 
tery. North Carolina; Ooldntle. 8 C. groap; pird Creak. Palara- 
burg Va Blacksburg. South Carolina t^nS the Turner Oroap IB 



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lf«cklc»Dburs PrMbytery. North Carolina. He wu SUtMl Cl«rk of 
Maron PrMbytery. Georgia lf2f-lS. 

Mr All«n waa married to the former Ml«a Lois Stiles of Moorea- 
ville. North Carolina March 2. 1918 He 1> BUfTlved by his wife 
and three daushters: Luella. now the wife of tha Rev. F. J. 
Harmon, Cleveland. North Carolina; Mary Lots is Mrs. Wade J. 
DsTid. Ricbmond, V'lrslnla; and Courtney who is Mrs. R. B. 
Frederick of Richmond. Virginia; and eight grandchildren. Fun- 
eral senrlcee were conducted at Turner's Presbyterian Church, 
Monroe. December 19, I960 by Dr. J. Cecil Lawrence and Dr. 
W. Chester Keller. Interment was in Charlotte. North Carolina. 

Mr Allen was a faithful minister, diligent presbyter, and sue- 
ressfui preacher. HIa influence upon the llTea of people, especial- 
ly the youth whom he guided in his own church, through the 
Boy Scouts. In baseball, and through other organisations, was 
far beyond any nutistical reports be ever handad In. Hs waa 
happy in Mecklenburg Presbytery and Is now in the Father's 
liuuse where he has received the coveted commendation of His 
Lord. "Well done, good and faithful servant!" 

KKVKRJCXD Kl'UENE BliACK CARR 
(tfl71l-l»«i) 

We pause to honor the memory of the Revermud Eugene Black 
Carr. a falthfal servant of the Church, who paaaad away oa 
January X. 19C1. after a lingering lilnesa. 

Mr. Carr was born September 2. 1878. near Wallace. N. C. 
and spent most of his life and ministry within the bounds of 
Wilmington Presbytery He waa the son of Jacob O. and Eliaa 
Catherine Carr. He attended a private KiMWl. which waa taai^t ky 
hU uncle. Evander Carr As a boy he tei Um UBbitioB to ka a Hdala- 
ter. but waa 41aeoaracad bj kla pareata who 4o«biad kia m«m at eall 
until, one day. his father dteeovered him praetlelag yraaclilat la 
the woods from an imp r otr ta a d palpit. Ha waa gradaatad from 
DavidaoB College In 19M Mid received hla B. D. dacraa treas 
Cnion Theological Seminary in Richmood, Virginia, ta lt07. 
His home Presbytery lioeMad ktm t« praaeh as JmM St. 1M7: aad 
be waa ordained at the Tmtlktf FrMkytarian Cliareli oa OeCobar 
10. 1907 

All of his active ministry, eseapt his last two {Mutorates. was 
spent in WllmlBgton Praahiytary His pastorates were Southport 
and group from 1907 to lf«f ; Cbadbonrn and group from 1909 
to 1910; Black River and groap from 1910 to 1917 Then ha 
went to South Carolina and nerved the MeDowiril (%arA aikd 
group for three year« In 1920 bm rfturned to tiM SjPMi «t Moitk 
Carolina and spent the rest of ht« • •> ministry m paator of 
the Mt Plagah groap of Churrh. Faretteville P rm h f t mrj 

He retired ta lltf to Utw oa hi* >> n««r Wallace. Nartk Caro- 
lina For a aambar of r«mi. h«^ wuppti^d oearby chandiai whaa 



Mr Carr waa marrtad Iwtaa. *rwi to Mlaa la««a ■■taala Me- 
latyre oa Aag«M t«. Ittl. to whteh aaloa tkara war* horn fo«r 
eons and two da«itht«>rs who sarvive. Lata in life, ha marrlad 
Mrs l.^ta Croon, of Atklaaoa. North Carottaa. who alao aarrfTaa. 

Though tt htm haoa aa aw tima atnco he waa in the active mla- 
istry. there ara mmmj who remember him and tevtifr that be 
waa a falthfal pm rtor who waa loved by all who kn^w him A 



fellow claaamate deacHbes his outstanding characteristics as being 
a very devout and sincere Chrlatian. affable and sociable in his 
contacts with his fellowmen and distinctly conservative in his 
interpretation of the Gospel and In his preaching of the Word 
of God ^ 

We acknowledge with gratitude the providence of God In 
thin ministry and extend our sincere sympathy to the members o( 
his family. 

REVKREND MARLTN B. Ct^RRV 
IMM — IMIl 

It U with deep sorrow and regret that we note the death of our 
friend and ro-worker. the Rev. Marlln Curry, whom Almighty God 
called home on Saturday, June 10. 1961 Mr Curry was a member 
of the Presbvtery of Granville, and during his extended Illness had 
bean remembered with special prayers at several meetings of 
Presbytery. 

Marlln Reamer Curry was bom at Pickaway. West Virginia on 
October tS, 1904. He married Miss EuU Mae Dickerson of Pamplin. 
Virginia on Aagust 23. 1982, who survives. Two daughtem. Nancy 
aad Mary Marlln. and one son. Thomas also "orvlve Mr Carry 
received his college ednottion at Davis ft Elkln College. Elklns. West 
Virginia, graduating In 1929. He received his ED. Degree from 
Union Theological Eeminary in 1922. and waa "ceaaadoo September 
( 1932. and ordained October 9. 1832 by Green Briar P«f»»f "V^"* 
aerved as pastor of the Oak Grove Church. Htllahoro. Weat Virginia 
from 1932 to 19Si. From 19S« until 1938. he ••'^.^ "J^^ 
Partor of the Old Stone Church. LewUhurg. "Weot Virjinla. a«« 
was pastor of the Northfolk aad Vtrtan Churches in Blue Stone 
presbytery from ItM «i»til 1941. 

Mr. Carry was appointed Chaplain In the I! nit ed 8t*t«s Aray for 

overseas service In October 1942. .erring »»<>•»>"„ J*J^."fii,^Vt 
nawa He vraa separated from service at Fort Bragg is 194«. •* 
ihTTh .rme^hSHia paator of the 8^oh P^»»';*2?h.^'2d 
Burlington. N C On March «. 19i2 h. '•^'^^JTi ,jL ^^kJ 

;rrcr?'2SrSi?i5uj^«^-.^-«2;^^^j^^^ 

in the United Stataa Army He '^"^^^J' ^LSSTf^rJi ty 
he became III i» 19«». aad at »»«• Mjiaaat, TJJ.***^*"!!?.;^^ 7t 
the Presbytery of Granville, on July »»J»«0 ^!iS^tlirttM 
the Waiur Reed Hospital. Waahlastoa. and was buried at Ariiagiaa 

CaoMlary. 1 

fO?VKREMD I«>HWK1I, < I KTIM U>NO 

About midday of November 2nd. J*"- °«J "^^"'j f^\^. 
called to bis Heavenly Home o?5j*»\'»'«' ''?•»'* ^Jj 1,^. 
laborer the Ravar«id R««*«»L5t!l»«, ^«4 w^ aaJilits hatol 
waa bom at UaloaTille N C Oetotaw 4, »» •^.J^ ffSSo oS 
Mr aad lira William Reoea Umg He attended "•*»•??• .*TT 
Sge tradaating In Itll wtth the B A A^trm. !• >"♦ ■• 
iZLJSl ht. M% deeree from the Ualvaraity of Virginia Ho 
35:i^U. Oraduat'eleiool of ^. ''.V^l^ f/J^^^^Jt 
1917 aad roertyad hla thealogi«-»i edafati«» at Uaioa tibui^i 



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cal Seminary of Richmond. VlrcinU. graduating in 1917 with a 
B.D. d«gre« H« waa licensed and ordained by Mecklenburg Pres- 
bytery September 4. 1»17. He served his country as a chaplain 
in the U. 8. Army during 1917-18. After serrlng as paator of 
the Presbyterian Church in Rich wood. W Va , and later as paator 
of the West Ave. Presbyterian Church in Oastonia. he became 
assistant secretary of the Stewardship Committee of the General 
Assembly in 1923. In 1927 he became the Executive SecreUry 
of the same committee where he rendered outstanding serrlce 
until 1931 when he was called to the pastorate of the First 
Presbyterian Church of Greenwood. S. C. where for fifteen years 
he had a most happy and successful pastorate. He served as 
president of Lees-McRae Junior College during the p«>riod of 
1946-47 He became pastor of the Westover Hills Presbyterian 
Church of Charlotte. N C. in 1948; this happy pastorate waa 
terminated by his death. I'nder his able and rigorous leaderahlp 
this church rspidly grew and became one of the larger churches 
of the Pffsbytery. During the latter part of his pastorate, the 
b*aatiful edifice which the church now occupies was built This 
balMing came into being largely through hia efforts and in- 
spiration. 

His ability was widely recogntied In 1928 the degree of 
Doctor of Divinity was conferred on him by Arkansas College 
and in 1940 Presbyterian College honored him by conferring 
on him the degree of Doctor of Literature. He is the author of 
•Stewardship Parables of Jesus". "The Story of Oar Church", 
and More Stewardship Parables of Jesus " In 1943 he was 
moderator of the Synod of South Carolina 

In 1919 he married Mies Frances .Martin of Central. 8. C. who 
sarviva* him. 

For many years he manifested great interest in the Boy Scouts 
of America and rendered exceptional service to the organisation. 
Though not well during the last few months of his llfs. hs 
continued to labor for the Maatsr and manifested great seal 
in His cause In the paMing of Dr Long, the church has lost 
one of her moat able and useful servanta. 

The funeral service was conducted in the Wsstovsr Hills Pres- 
byterian Church by the following ministers. J. Cscll Lawrence. 
David E. Wilkinson and J 8. Oarner. Interment was In Baslsy 
8. C. 



RiTi'RRRND SAHSU FLOYD BfKBrnJfl. Th. M. 
(lfM0-liMl) 



JuMS flori MmIw wm boni la Rowwb Cosnty. Nortk ^ 

*^.9S^ * *•••• «*• •* of Jamm Mstthsw Alsxsater 

'^*!!5r'^ fS* >*s«l«s. Hs pMosd away at FlsiBliistott. Owirgte. 
MAprll IS. IMl at th« at* or 74 He waa buried ta t^ FlentsftM 
PT ss h ytft— Church cemetery on April 14. 

He gradnatsd frooi Hvrtitaem CtMsss with tfes A R degree is 1911. 

and fraa Union T h s ol agteal B—itiisry in Vlrgiois to 19H with 

ehelor of DlTtaUy dsgras. la IMl hs neoivwl ih*' Mantwr .rf 

17 degree, alao from Ualoa Thsotodeal Ssmla&ry in virgiofa. 

BSVM IrM married to MIm Myrtle Ooodman of R^jwsu r.mnty 

oai Dseonbsr 14. 1914. sad from thti onSoo rumm two t-hlldren. Opal 

Osotfauin sad Lso«ar< Osre? M#n!a« who »ar-ri»p him flU trat 

wffs iled sa Jms 11. ltt« Oti Auimst ll. IfJt h# marrted MIm 



Flora Martin of Uberty County, Georgia, who survives him and will 
contloas tu reside at Flemlngton. Georgia. 

His ministerial career may be briefly summarised as follows: 

Hs wasordalnsd by Hotston Presbytery as Evangelist in 19U, and 
BMTod as Bvangslist and as a Teacher until 1919. Alao, In the period 
betwsstt 1917 to 1919 he served as pastor of Crestmont Community 
Church. CrestmoLt, North Qu-ollna. 

From 1919 to 1922 he ssrTsd as SUted Supply of Cape Fear and 
Buie'B Creek churchwi la FayettevUle Preabytery. 

From 1922 to 19»8 he was pastor of the Ulliagton Church, alao of 
FayettevUle Preabytery. In this period be was also SUted Supply 
of Coau and Cedar Creek churches, of which be was also instrumsatal 
in organising. 

From 1938 to 1948 he waa pastor of the First Vanguard Church la 
Raleigh. North Carolina. 

From 1943 to 1950 he was pastor of McPherson. Comfort, and Sher- 
wood churches in FayettevUle Preabytery In this perltid h« /»»• 
also pastor of Big Rockflsh Church from 1943 to 1946, and from 
1946 to 1»M, he was SUted Supply of Clrrle Court Church now 
known as Peace Church, of which he was instrumental in organlxlac. 

In 1960. following a serious illnwia. he waa honorably retired by 
FayettevUle Presbytery. 

Beginning in 1961. first as Pulpit Supply and then as Temporary 
and SUted Supply, he served the Vaughn Memorial ^•'"f^,*" '>'" 
•tteTlUe, and thin relationship continued until April of IHI »oo» 
thereafter hs moved to Flemlngton. Georgia 

Mr MsDios laavas a hoat of friends not only In this Presbytery 
but throughout the Aaaemhiy. and standi, as an *b«^«Bf r« -S 
that the things of God are true He was a man «>f God. an awe 
schoUr preacher, pastor, teacher sod presbyter His counsel was 
•o««ht.' his rompanioni^hlp eherlshed. and his Judgment and visloo 
hMiersd by all who knew him 

RKVKRKND PAVl. HOMFK MOORK 
(IST»-iMO) 

Paul Homer Moore was born in York ronnty. », f, ,*•*>*"", 
her 11. 1878. and died In Sidney. Ohio <>t!°r^n mIV. Mr 
was the aoa of Philander E and Emily ^Kully Moore Mr 

Moore united with the Bethemla /•^^^V"''" w«fc^«?'roTl2» 
County, Norsmbsr 4. 1111. He graduated from ^^rn^inr CoWtm* 
In 190 3 attended Columbia Theological Seminary for oo* rmt 
and graduated from Louisville Theological Seminary la 19S7. 

Mr Moore married Amy I>a Bree. Louisville. Kentucky TV- 
cember 6. 1907 To this union were bora a <»"«*»"- ,*17„ f 
G Couch of ClBclaatl. Ohio; and two •««• , ^J " n mLJ- 
Moore. I>os Alamos, New Mexico, snd Dr J-"rey P Mooni 
Philadelphia, Penn There are also three sisters who IIts « 
loath Carolina o.^^ 

Hs waa ordained to the Mtrnpti ministry by AtlaaU P^»J- 
tery July fl. 1907. and served the following "^.^J"^**" •f.'^X: 
Senoia Georgia. 1907-1901. RIdgeway, South Carol tea IMl- 
1910 Flora Heights. l9l»-ItlS. and Portland Aj««Jf* ,*Jt*^^??r 
Kentucky. 1911-19l«: Eh«e«er «*fk Hill. 8. C^ lllt-»»JI^ 
He served as Profeawr at Stlllman College 1 9 II- 1 4 III h^tt 
followed but he continued to serve as health psrmiiiaa as 



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»t LaGrange Georgia. 1924-2&, at Fendletoa. S. C. and aa Slated 
Clerk uf FledniuDt Pr^bytery. 

He was honorably retired tn 1941 but atill rendered faithful 
service at McClenvllle, 8. C. and CherryviUe, N. C. and tn other 
places until 19K3. 

Well done thou good and faithful servant . . . enter thoa 
Into the joy of thy Lord". 

KICVKKUND JOHKl'U KKNTO.N' I'AKKKK 

(ii«iia-i»60) 

Reverend Joseph Kenton Parker passed awfty, at his bone 
Davidson, North Carolina. June 16. 1»«0. rttaefml servlcaa 
concluded at Centre Presbyterian Church June 17 by a croap 9t 
felluw mlniHter*. including Dr. Henry Dendy. Kdltor of TiM Preabj- 
terian Journal. 

Surviving are his wife, the former Lydle Sparrow whom he mar- 
ried on May U. 1910; and ohildren: Joseph Keoton. who is now 
Rev Joseph Kenton Parker of Boone. N. C; William Alonxa Stoila 
Fisher (Mni. G. W Woodfln; Charlea Warner; Florence Shirley 
(Mrs. A. B Wells). Another son. Lewis Barnes, pracadad his father 
in death several years ago. 

Joaaph KentuD Parker was born in Amherst County. Virginia; 
Aagast 7. 1883. the son of Joseph P and Jane Randolph Peticolas 
Parker. He was graduated from Davidson College with honors In 
1908. reviving both the A.B and the MA. dagraea. In 1911 he waa 
gradoatad from Unioa Theological Seminary with the B.D Degraa 
and was awarded the Hoge PellowHhtp After a yaar'a poat graduate 
work he was ordained as an evsngellBt by MoatgoMary Presbytery 
In the Tint Presbyterian Church of LyncbburR. Vtrginla. In May. 
1912 

That same year be went to Korea where he served twenty churcbai 
for over two yean. 

On his ratara to America he sarvad one year aa stated supply at 
Partabarg. Vlrglaia. with the whole of (ni«s roaaty aa bis 
Proai tbara ba want tn Colller»ti>wD, Virginia, servlBf tbraa 
ehapali la tba moantalns for aaarly ai^t years He 
tbraa years la Phenlx. Virginia. aarTlag a l^d of foar 

He became pastor of Centre and Sberrill's Pord Cbarcbaa 
bar l». 1927 A few years lat«- be became paMor of Sbaarar Cbarch. 
Ha aarved theae three churcbea faltbfally aatll bis raUraoMmt aboat 
a year b^ore bla daatb Always a taitbfal. ladofsttiral^ wwrlnr. 
be worked far bayoad hi* atrengtb darlag tba last frw yt 
retlrenteot. soatalned by s vsnt splrltaal r sae r^a aad bis 
tlon tn iM>rv«> his Msstff to the end Isalab saya. "In falataaaa 
ronfldeace aball ba tby atrenirth." 

For the last sixteen years nf bis life be served ss oae of the e»> 
editors of Tbe Sootheni Preabyterlan Journal Daring this time 
he wrote tbe Saadsy School Laaaoaa for tiM JiMrmtl. 

The ronrage. fortltadc. tmi arif-dtiet^toa of Md Mf a ware cbar- 
«. teritfir nt htR isst dsvB wbaa the faith ha Ifvad aai praaehed 
sostaioed him In physical saffarlng His slchroaa haeaaia a sanet- 
aary wbere parents oftm came for b^ttas of thair rhtldren end 
where friends eaaM for ruiteace. InmHrattoa. asd oMntort 

Mr PuiMT poaaaaaad rare Intellectual powers coapl a d with Iots 
tmr pa o p l a . alaeara friaadliaaaa, hwainty. trae demtion to bla 
Maatar'i arin, aftd a aaaay dtapairttlaa that cheered every life ha 
tr^rhed 



REVKRKND FOSTER D. 8MITH 
(iaM>1960) 

It is with regret and sorrow that we note the death of our 
friend snd co-worker tbe Rev Foster D Smith. •«. whom Al- 
mighty God called home on Saturday. September 17. 19«0. 

The Rev. Mr. Smith, a native of Georgia, was at the time of 
his death pastor of Geneva. Oak Hill. Hebron, and OrsMy Craek 
Presbyterian churcbaa. 

Mr Smith received his high school training In Greensboro. 
Georgta and Fredericksburg. Vs.. after which he had tbeologleal 
training In Congregational Seminary. Atlanta. Oa . and Colum- 
bia Seminary. Decatur. Gs He waa a native of Madison. Oa and 
spent the early years of his ministry In the North Georgis Meth- 
odist Conference. 

After transferring to the Presbyterian faith he served churches 
tn CarroUton snd Villa Rica. Ga.. prior to coming to North Caro- 
lina as pastor of Northslde Presbyterian Church In Gastonis He 
came to tbe OranTtlle churchwi from Gastonis 

To his widow. Mrs. Alma McConnell Hmtth. we extend our 
heartfelt sympathy and consolstlon May she ever cherish tba 
memory of happy years of companionship with our beloved 
brother aad mby the comfort of the Holy Spirit replace the 
emptlnesa and loaellaeas caused by this separation 

We are confident that Foeter Smith ha« received the reward 
of the faithful and energetic worker In God's Kingdom. 

RKVERKND JOHKPH ARMAMD VKRRKAILT 

(lfl7l-l»«0) 

On Dat^nbar II, 19*0. God la His Infinite wisdom, love, and marey. 
called to bla faltbfal servant tbe Reverend Joaaph Armand Verreault 
to enUr lato tba Joys of His Lord. 

Mr Vwraaalt was bom la OL Jean Port Jull. Quebec Canada. 
March tt. IfTl HU fatb«r waa a aaccesafal attorney and f..r maay 
years a maaber f.f the Psrllamaat He racetved bis education at 
St. Ann College. Montreal Canada L«^ OoUa^ QMbec. f^*»^f|»| 
sad Levul UnlTemlty. Quebec. Canada. Tor ^^U* ■• "^VL.' »2^ 
fsHor of languages H* .ame to the United Btalaa »» »»*»;^ "* 
atadlad at the Uoo6r BIhle Inntltute In Chicago. In mg, ■•^■■ 
Ofdalatll a Fre»byt#rJan mInlBter by the Prwbytery of ?*•* OTWaaa 
aad harams a bona mtaalon Pastor to the French speaking pao^a or 
New onaaaa Pi w hy la ry . 

la ItW. Mr. Verreault married Malrlna BninHte. who bacam a bM 
falthfal partner In the ministry of Th-I ^,'^»» "'»]L vISLISl 
three cblldren. Joseph Armaod Verrault. J*^ i«*» '^^^.^^^K' 
aad Mn. lAird Jamb There were six «'^°<*f'»''"J«^4^*,'*L,l!2iS; 
Jaaaph Armand Verreault III. 1. a rsndldate for tbe Ooepel minlalry 
utlT tha fare of CnoeorA Pr«»bTterT 

la tnt. the ranKTWMom of the Waldeo.tan Pre^byt^rlen rhurcb 
Oalled Mr Verr«iult to be the PaStOr Of this irmip "' /"•"f'.'JJSj; 
lag Walrten*-. He arrepted the call t*f thl. ''ha'^h »»'' ^^^^ ^^ 
fully a* the Pa*tor until hi. retirement In Itll »» • jear, ^r^T^ 
meet w.-re -pent in V.lrtese, North f'*"-^'"* •"" ,•"• ^'l* «J?. 
children Mr* Verreeulf wa* railed to her h^venly home Hot- 

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Verreault wu a IIvIdk example of a conMcrated mlniater. who 
^ willin* to accept aacrtnce «n order to be happy in the aerTlce of 
his Lord. He ha« left a rich herUa«e of faith to his children and to 
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II. REPORT OF GENERAL SECRETARY, 
STATED CLERK AND TREASURER— 1961 



RRVKRRND CHAKLEH DOIGLAS WHITKLEY 
(lfH>O.|0«|) 

rharlea DouRlas Whlteley was born In January. 1890. In Ala- 
mance County. North Carolina He was the son of Mm Minnie 
Forbes Whiteley and the late W T. Whlteley He was uraduated 
from Dayldson Colleite In 1917 and then from I'nion Theolorlcal 
Seminary In Richmond. VlrKlnia 

His first work was as astslstant pastor of the First Presby- 
terian Church In Durham. North Carolina Later h*> became 
pastor of the Blacknall Memorial Church also In Durham Both 
of these churches are In OranTllle Presbytery From there he 
became pastor of a group of rural churches in Orang»» County 
and then the First Presbyterian Church In Logan. West Virginia' 
Kanawha F'resbytery In 1931 Dr Whlteley accepted the call 
to become the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church In Alber- 
marlr North Carolina He remained as pastor there until 1940 
At thst time he was instrumental In the organisation of the 
aecond Presbyterian Church also in Albermarle, Mecklenburg 
Presbytery Becoming their first pastor he eerred with continued 
seal until his retirement which took place on IVrember 31 1969 
I nder his leadership that congregation has made a sacrifictai 
work in the erection of a fine church edifice and continued 
service to their Lord and the community. 

Dr Whlteley passed away January 4th. 1961 in the Stanly 
County Hospital His death was attributed to a heart condition 
»?^,."?*'"f' •*'^'<'« **" •'o'Mlucted by the Reverend Mr James H 
McCllntock. pastor of the Second Street Presbyterian Church 

^^"1,',. ' '^",^*"' '" •'"' *■'""■*''' «n ^'■•«»*y- January <th 

•t 2 00 p m Burial waa held in the Alamance Presbyterian 
Church cemetery at Greensboro 

In addition to his mother, a resident of Greensboro. Dr White- 
ley Is survljed by his widow, the former Miss Ethel Plckard of 
Durham, whom he married 40 years ago Also snrTlrlng are a 

FlortdJ ^^ "•* ^""** Whlteley of Miami. 



Hasoui J. DtmiXT. ftated Clerk 

Reports of the Council, the Executive Committees of Campus 
Christian Life. Church Extension, and Educational Institutions. 
Uldsilng Financial Statements; the Reports of the Permanent 
OMil»ltt««a on Annuities and Relief. ABsembly's General Fund Agen- 
da. Beqaasts and Deferred Gifts. Christian Relations. Homes. Inter- 
Church Relations, the Mlnieter and His Work. Nominations. Stand- 
ing Rules, the Centennial Committee, and the Sesqul-Centennlal 
Committee, reflect In part the work of Synod's Office. In addition, 
the Reports and the flnaocial sUtements on Higher Education cam- 
palgiM and other causes presented In the Blue Book, fairly well 
aammarlxe the total program of work of Synod. 

Aanual statistics have been prepared in the Office, and may M 
fo«Bd by reference to the Index 



Budiceted Glrtag 

B«MTOlcBC« Income to the several agencies of Synod for tb« 
two f9»n may be compared as follows: 









Inrreane 




1<».%» 


IMK) 


llrrrraae 


Church Extension 


t 63.S09 


1 S«JM 


I- 1.UI 


BducAtlonal Institutions 


273.90t 


Mt.TCS 


— 6,117 


Inter-Church Relations 


2.S39 


S.7tl 


-K l.ltf 


CamiHW Christian Life 


38.444 


41.M4 


-k- X.649 


Children's Home 


190.026 


213479 


-«-23.S6S 


Presbyterian Home 


3S.719 


37.7«S 


^ 2.04S 


Chrlatlaa Macatton 


29.212 


3f.37S 


-t- 7.ifl 


OnldaBoa Canter 


4.41C 


10.U1 


+ t4M 



|tS7,7r7 |»«7.8ft6 t S9J1I 



From the above It is quite clear that the Syn** !»▼• W®"*.^ . 
to Synods caoawi laat year than In 1969; however. It abiml« to 
noted that the following at«ncie8 received less than the ya*r 

before: 



Ctarch Extension 
MKMmtlonal laatltBtlons 



17 .Ml 
6,137 



pTMbytwIw MMPU4 la ItM «* of Synod's Askings for Synods 
CMMa IB IfW. h«t pttM oiUy €4* of what Synod aakad. tkoagh 
191 6% of what they scceptod. This was. MMrtlag Jf«»f»*f*ir 
porta trf trfiuiursrs of Synod's e««se«, |«f7Jti M mmxnm to H17, 
767 last y»r. an Increase of $30,1 1« 

It akooM be noted that this study r#iat»« t.. bud«i«i«Nj coetrlbo- 
tloBS to BTSOd'a Causes Non bndK'lwl gtft* to Bymod ■ -•«•«■ (b 
\im totaled |R0« «f 1 The informstlon sbowlSK »h«t ^mnmmt reoslv 



MINUTES OF THE 



ed tb« non-budgeted gtrt^ ia not available, bat It la aaaaaad tkat tt 
piimarlly coDatitotea capiUl funds glftJi. It should ba k^ In 
mind that Chrlatlan Education, Church Extension, and iBtMrCllsreli 
Relations reeeiTed no capital gifu income. 



Audit 

In their proper places may be found approved summari^i of Audit- 
ed financial atatemenu of all accounts which are handled in Sjmod'a 
Office. (See "Aaditor'a Report" and alao the Report of Sjmod'a 
Council. ) 

All accounU have been audited by the flm of A. T Allen A Com- 
paoy. Certlfled Public Accountanta. Ralelch. N .C. and hava baaa 
otrtctally approved. Copies of the audita are aTallaMc for parvaal. 
Alao there have been placed in your hands iBaaelid sUtMMiU «C 
other agencie8 of Synod, aa well as propoaad IHt iMdists for all 
the agencies and caeaas of Synod. Tbasa hSTc bam mwnrwA by tba 
acanclaa and by the Stewardahip Committee, and are recomoMoMM 
to Synod by the Council for adoption. 

We believe that all of the aMlgnments of the 1>M Synod have 
been fulfilled. 



The Higher Education Carapn^ of 1»M waa to have cloawl De- 
cember 31, 1»6«; however, colleetlona fitwi April 1, IMO through 
April 30. INl toUllad 1111.349 and from January 1. 1961 through 
April SO. INl |32.»2S. Last May we reported f7 churrhea with 
corporate pledges totalling $SM.67« unpaid (MM.Ml In May. IHi). 
Thla May there were <4 churches totalling I1U.M4 unpaid. Of 
thaac 10 have made no payroentM. There war* M laat May and 14 
two yeara ago. 

The unpaid balance on pledgee may be summartasi aa follows: 

IMl 1M9 

Church Pledges — tin.«S4 |M0,S7I 

Specials S7.M0 

iBdividuals 4C44I Ul.SM 

• ■ mi l—— — !.■ . M..II I.. -II 

|17t.t79 M4t.SM 

The Campus Christian Life Campaign of IMS was projected on a 
thirty months basia, and was achsdmlad to ekwe by Oet<Aer 31. IN*. 
Tlis CsBpalgn thrrach April M. INI stood aa follows: 

W li l ll — -- tt7S.347.4l 

*<w»l»U tll.0tS.7t 

»« 1 « M" . — „ M^tJi 

A aumsaary ot the two Campaigna la relation to Campus Christian 
Ufa follows: 

ABMmat Plsignd: 

If Oaapnlgn tMlMMt 

iMd oaapmcB msrtM 

|477.il<4t 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



•1 



CnnipaigD Receipts: 
lt6€ 



Balance Anticipated 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 

From Pledges 

Interest 

Challenge Fund Gifts 

Loan: Stulta Fund 



through 4-30-«0 

Balance. 
Dlsbnraod to Institutions 

In Savings for Duke 



|lC7,7St.M 

213.03S.7t 

$S8d.77S.4S 
N.741.04 



ISM.77S.42 
S4S0.Si 

n.«M.M 
is.eM.M 



MSMOCn 

4».049H 

|S73.0M.3t 

S14.Z1S.S0 
$ S8,84S IS 



Tm Year Hnmnusrir 

Since Synod raorcnnlsod In 1951. the toUl gifU hava iDcreataed 
from $«,T88,«02 to |14^SJS9. Benevolences have Incraaaad tnm 
II.USJIX to |3.&45.i2« Per caplu giving to total gtfts has m4r 
Tsacod from IS9.11 to $98.09. Benevolence per c»pltn Incraaaad frosi 
SI 4.17 to 124.49. The number of ministers baa Incraaaad from 4tS 
to iSS and the number of rhurchea from 599 to §46. The Banday 
School enrollment hax increased from 9SJS8 to 1S2.1N. 

•*Mi>rr Men — Siorr M«»ney" 

Thf conaunt need of the Synod, and perhapa ever has been, ts for 
more money sad mart mtn. The Presbyterian Chnrch In North 
Carolina haa ne«rly annihilated ttaelf for want of mlnfarters. This 
haa bean tme from the boglaolnc. Since twpnty percent <A l^ 
churehea are alwav* T»«»nt lO.Od* or m«rf Pn^bfterlana are ever 
without a pastor It is difficult to believe that thla problem ta 
inaoluble It rrlBtm ItMlf to recruiting aad edn«ntl«B. 

The gr««t tmp#rati<rp up*.n u» to sseallsat 1»«d#Tnhlp An a hnnd - 
aace of poteatial lead^riihip may be fonsd among the S.M* Prea 
byterlaaa mi ounpnaas in our Hlmtp Th*- Syn*^ of North Oamliaa 
haa been last amoiiK th*- Hynfxlii to tak*- adranfag? of Upplai 
thla aourcc of l#ad«»n< m mlnlntifrB how^T#.r w* ar.» a wakening to 
the challenge and th# optxirtunhy W^ muit spend larg* Buooi of 
money to ni-nd fralD»»d workers onto the rampa»*« of hlgh«r »dof-*- 
tloo MoD^r thui pp#n! nhoold p«y rich dlrtd*n4« !n th» w^r* 
which ll* ab«>ad W# dBf*" not n^gl^rt thii rh»il«'n#* 

Mnrm w\\\ t)e nald i>n thid iiub)#^t by nthem during thli m»«^sliig 
eC Synod It t« a rrurtai matter and on» that thould hf h#«d«d 

Oh November 11 w* mnrr4 Into th* n*** ()fflr# Th» baUdlng (• 
one of whl'-h w^ ha»» rcaison to be proud Hnndr»^li *if p#opl<» h«T»> 
▼tatted the building and without •'ireptton harp >av!«»i*d In prat** 
It Is a worthy iymbol of onr Synod, and (.n# ..f whlrh w» may he 
proud It In proTiaini farllltlMi by whirh th* Sr»<*d may b# mmr^»d 
more efficiently. 



il MINUTES OF THB 

A. TKEAHl RKR OK HYKOD'S Ri£!«KVOKK!V<1i: A(XX>rN'TS 

(Additiookl Arroanta appear in their proper place*) 

I, FinaiKial Htatrmeiit — Hjnod'n Offlrr <i«>nrral Fund ArrouBt 
With OiHuUan EduratioM 

January 1 — December 31. 19C0 

(Does not include contributions sent directly to Committee 

Treasurer ) 

Receipt*: 

From Presbrterles : 

Albemarle ..~..-.-™_».»„.. f 

Concord 

Fayetterlll* 

OranTille 



KInsa MoaotaiB 
Mecklenburg 
Orange 

Wilmington ... 
Winaton-Salem 



2.4fl.O« 
4.29S.84 
S.787.4« 
t.S47.tS 
S.2tf.M 
10.CS8.H 
5,025.41 
2.C51.1I 
l.SSO.tS 



From L. Rirbardnon. Sr,, Truat Fund 
Refaad from Equaliution Fund 

ToUl Racelpta ...^. 



ISO 00 
1.812.27 



24S4.54 

S.448.81 
S.Stf.lt 
t.SSS.H 
2.Uf.lf 

7.877.14 
i.224.«0 

1.881.41 
1.71M2 



ToUl from Preabyteriea M«J45.Sf |89.74t.f4 

Leaa S% ■qaaltaation Fund Dlatribotioa 1.812.17 1.527.80 



|S4.4tS.H MtJ11.14 



140.00 

1.U7.80 



.4tM75.M> |S0.8St.t4 



rata: 
Remitted to — 
Mr. Henry Nlvena. Trau. 



|lM78Jt |M48t.44 



^- 



•^^•tMMl WM ■ttrftervtf M Um 



IHN* tnm tht VmVOtK—rf H«Ury 



a. flaaMrtjil Htatrmf^vt — Hysod'n (HVlre (irmrrmi Fund Accoaat 
WlUi l>r«byte«Hjiii (^iMrni'* Howir 

Janaary 1 — December 21. I9f0 

(Doaa aot tacltt4« contributloBa aant directly to Homa) 

••«•#«•: n»«o tese 

From Praabyiartaa: 



Fay«ttaTtll« 
OnuirtUe 



8 M7Mt 

21 .018.72 
21.441.40 
18,1 



I 1OJO1J0 
li.84f.t4 

n.881.11 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA U 

King* Mountain 18.527.41 liM^M 

Meckleaborg ...._ S8.18».0t S4J4MI 

Oran^ 17.214.20 20.082.42 

Wilmington 7.47125 7.475.11 

WinstoD-Salem 7,4«6.B1 ».»80il 

Total from Preabyteriee 1152.825.22 I1B8.178.M 

Lena 6% Equaliaation Fund Di«trlbutlon 7.684.07 7.808.92 

8146.041.15 1144.589.87 

Prom L. Richardaon. 8r.. Tniat Fund 320.00 240.00 

Refund from Equalisation Fund 7,694.07 7.40893 

8162,9«5.22 $151.61 8.80 

Df «burw«>m«>Bta : 

Remitted to Orphana" Home $1 62.946.22 |16Mlt.M 



S. rinnnciai Hl»t«-ment — Synod'* CMTIce (iencrnl Fund .%rr«ttBt 
With l*reiibyteri*n Home. Inc. 

January 1 — December 31. 1940 

(Does not Include contributiona sent directly tu Homei 



Kecclpta: 

From Preabyteriea: 

AltaaMTla 

C«Mor« 

FayetteTille 

Granville 

Kings Mountain 

.Mecklenburg 

Orange 

Wilmington 

Winston Salem 



Total from Presbyteries 

Lean 1% Bqualiaation Fund Dtatribution 



From L RiehardaoB, Sr.. Truat Fund 
R«>fund from ■^BBlltatlon Fand 



8 1.917.20 
3.304.50 
3.829.45 
3.185.21 
2.432.81 
9.302.54 
6.967.08 
. 2.189.91 
. 1.092.82 

824.422.44 

1.771.18 



50.00 
1.771.18 



IMM 

8 2.097.72 
3.348.21 
4.449.32 
2.924.14 
2,896.79 
7.942.6C 
5.190.07 
1.842.19 
1.0t6.M 

122,778.84 
1.428.82 



$22,852.44 $81,117.81 



2«.M 
1.818.82 



ToUl Receipta 



$24,472.84 $114M.44 



INsbu nwrnen las 

litted to Home 



114.478.84 $12.»04.44 



M 



MINUTES OF THE 



4. PhuyieUl HUit4-in<>Bt — Hj-nod's (HtUx G4>»erKl 
Pnnd ArrouDt With Onidaace Oeater 

Jmnuary 1— December SI. IMO 
<Doei Not Include Contributiont Sent Dtrectlp to Center) 



\ 



Receipt a: 

From PresbyterlM : 

Alb4>raarle 

Concord 

FsyetteTllle „ : 

OranvtUe 

Kings Mountain 

Mecklenburg ■ ,..,., ., . . , , , . ■ 

Orange 

Wilmington : ^ 

Winston-Salem 

Total From Presbrteriex 

Less 5% E<iualitatlon Fund Distribution. 



—I 711.74 

1.2Sf.lS 

l.J74.tf 

74f.4t 

•t4.M 

.... t,ttt.7« 

— 14U.St 

» i4S.gS 

SI4.H 



Refund from Equalisation Fund.. 
Total Receipts 



.|l*.iM.N 
ltf.W 



I ».ff4.tl 
6SC.M 

|10.520.fC 



l>t«bur<<em««ts : 

Remitted to— Outdance Center (FMC) 



IIO.SM.N 



B. HTATWTIC'AL REPORTS OF PRBRBYTKRITW 

1. Stated Clerks' Reyprto By l>mibyterie« 

(I) Albemarle rwfcyUM ry 

Hammanr: 39 ministers; 11 candldatM; f.tSS communtcaaU; 
&4 cbnrcbes; Value {4.800.000; 31 manae*; ralued at I48B.S00; 
297 professions; churches reporting no professions 14 

Mlaintera ReceiTed: Rer. D. Burke Kerr, The Southwest, January 
2«, 1940; Rer 8 York* Pharr. Jr . Norfolk. January 24. 1940; 
RsT M 8 Bell. Mecklenburg. April 19. 1940; Rev Mortimer 
J. MeCbesney, Wilmington, April 19. 1940; Rev. Millard M. 
Stephens. Montgomery. April 19. 19C0; Rev Olen A. Williams. 
Montgomery. April It. 1940; Rev. Jessee M Parks, OranTllle. 
July 19. 1940; Rer James M. MeCbesney. Jr.. Florida. October 
11. 1940; R«T. Dan K. Snyder. Mecklenburg. October 11. 1940 

Mlalsten I>ls«iiMM>d: Rer George E. NIckela. Reformed Church 
of America. April 4. 1940; Rev Joe W B Brook*. Enoree. 
April 7. 1940; Rev. Matthew McGowan. Hanover. July 19. 1940. 

OrcsMlaed: Faith, Wilson. December 4. 194V 



RitetlosM KstaUlaiMd: Rev C. W. Klmbrough. Mea- 
tewteook. February 7. ItfO; Rsv D Burke Kerr. Washington 
First. February 14, 1940; Rev. S Yorke Pharr. Jr. Plymouth. 
March 4, 1*40; Rev M 8. Bell. Aboakie. May I, 1940; Rev M. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA ti 

J McCheaney. Wllliamston, May 1, 1940; Rev Millard M 
Stephens. William and Mary Hart and Nahalah. -May 1. I960, 
Rev Olen A. Williams. 0«orge Kirby and Antloch. June 1?. 
1940 Rev Jesse M Parks. Fountain and Falkland, Septembe*' 
4 1940; Rev. James M McChesney. Jr.. Rocky Mount First. 
October 23. 1940; Rev. L^lie C. Robinson. Orlfton. October 2S. 
1940; Rev. Charles B. Yeargan. Jr., Wanoca and Wayside, 
October 30, 1940; Rev. Dan K. Snyder. Plnetops. November 4. 
1940 

Pastoral KeUtions DlsMlved: Rev. Rttsaell R. DavU. Plymouth. 
January 24. 1940; Rev. George E. Nickels. Hollywood and Chl- 
cod April 4. 1940; Rev. J. W. B. Brooks. Edgemont and Rocky 
Mount. June 7. If 44; Rev. Matthew McGowan. Rocky Moant 
Second. July 19, 1940; Rev. Charles B. Yeargan. Jr.. Bear GraM 
and Roberson. October 11, 1940; Rev. James D McKentle. 
Edenton snd Calvary. October 14, 1940. 

Candidates Received: James Black, Examination. July 19, 1940: 
D B Shackelford. Eiamlnatlon. July 19. 1940; Claude Andrews. 
Examination October 11. 1940; Steve Pitt. Examination. Octo- 
ber 11. 1940 
nmdtdatei. IHnralMed: W O Moore. Pee Dee. April 19. 1940. 

rsBdidm»M» Dropped: Parts E Booth. January 24. 1940; Ola 

Forbes. Jr.. January 24, 1940; l>ee S. Johnson. January 24. 

1940 

Ucentlate %rdataed: C. W. Klmbrough. February 7. 1940. 



(S) Concord Presbytery 

Hummary: 87 ministers; IS candidates; 17.124 commnnicanU. 
74 churches; Vslue: $4,114,775; 69 manses; vslue: $990, SOO; 
4 3C profession; chnrchM raporting no professions IS 

Ministers Reeetvetf: Rvr. H. M. Rajmal. Lexington, April 19. 
1940; Rev W W Wllllsmson, 11. Appomatox. April 19, 1940; 
Rev M. S Woodson. Fsyettevllle. April 19. 1940; Rev F J 
Harmon. Sooth Carolina. July 19. 1910; Rev C W Jennings. 
Orange. July If. 1940; Rev. H H. Culler. WInston-Salero Octo- 
ber 18, lf40; Rev. J. D. MscKentIa, Albemarle. October 18. 
1940: Rev. K. B. Napps Louisville. October 18. 1940 

Ministers Deceased: Rev T L. Klutia. March 22. 1940 Rev. 
Joseph K. Parker, June 14. 1940; Rev. J. A. Verreault, Decem- 
ber 14. 1944. 

Churches nnrsnls#«d: Forest Park. Statesvllle. October 90, 1440. 

PsMrtoml il^-lailon^ fCstabtlshed: Rev W W Williamson. 11. 
Hickory First M«y i l»fiO; Rev. H M RaynsI BsytaM Msmorial. 
May 8, 1940; Rev F J Harmon. Cleveland snd Third Creek. July 
SI 1940; Rev. C W Jennings, Rocky River. July 31. 1940; Rev. 
J S Johnson, Beattie MeiBortal * SeUer's Gap. July SI. 1940; 
Rev H H. Culler, Bridgewater aad McDowell. November 4. 
1440; Rev. J. D MacKensie. KIrkwoodi. NorMiber 11. 1444. 

Pastoral Helatiom DlMotve^: Rev. J «. JokMOa. Belheeda aa4 
Fifth Cr«»k. June 1. 1440; Rev. E. P. Moy*. Mooreerllle FIrM, 
June 1. 1440; Rev C. 8. Spencer. Brldgewstfr snd MrOowsIl, 
June 1. 1944 



•• MINUTES or Tini 

raiidld«t«^ Kn^ivMl: Fr.nkUn M Adktns. Examination. J.na- 
«ry 19 19«0; Gary D Jarnea. BxaminatloB. April 19 ifCO 
Jerry R Puckett. Examination. April 1». IffO; W A. Lofqulat' 

}!lt"\T\AV\''- '^V"- ^ ^ Varr^ait. III. Examlnatlo^. 
i. ^ ''j^^**^- ''*""om« Baucom. Examination. October 18. lf«0 
ui«nn Thoraaaon. Examination. October 18. IffO. 

IMO******* W-mi"**^: Richard HoUhouaer. Wllminrton. May 

V*"f!**^i*^ Oropped: W T. Black. April It. l»«0; Elmer Chaney 
April 19. 1980; Fred D. Summera. October 18., I»f0. 

f'aitdldatmi Uct-mmr^: O D McCall. July 19. 19I0 W A Lof- 
qaiat, October 18. 1980 «• ««• 

Lirr«ittat«>« RrcefTod: G«orge D McCall. Concord. July 23 19«9- 
W A Ixjfqufjit. AahefUle. July 19. 19(0. 

IJcratUt<>M Ordained: Georce D. McCall, July 19. 1980 W A 

Lofqulat. October 18, 1980. . • «• 



(«) KayrttcTllle l^r«Hibyt«>ry 

Hunim.ry: 81 minlatera; 19 candidate; 18,178 communicanU: 
96 churchea; \alue: $4,179,600; 68 manaea; value t868.0««: 
818 profeaaiona; churchea reportin* no profeaalona 26. 

?*J?il****r '*«^''^«': Re» P L^li» Bullock. Orange April U 
1980; Rev. William N Gordon, Braaoa. April 38. 1980 Re?' 
w"i.,^ Jff°**^- P'^'b""-* d'nlted). April 28. 1980; Rev Jo^ 

!^^L a/ ?•»?"■■••- "'""^ •• ^**^- •**» William Robert 
rioyd Aufuata-Maeon, September 87. 1980; Rev Julian D 
Ne«wlrodt Oranrllle, September 27, 1980; Rer Lloyd George 
Kiiy. Ordained. October 2. 1980 

MlalMm DtoMiaeed: Re». Cower CroMwell. Wlnaton-Salem. Jan- 
nary 9 1980; Rev Leighton B McKetthen. Wlnaton-Salem. 
January »4. IMO; Rer Malcoln P Aaderton. WtaMoo-Salem, 
Jnly 12. I960: Rev w O NelMs. M«rM«B. July 12. I9f«: Rer 
J Tom >oHng. Wlnaton-Salem. July 12. It89: Rer William S 
Sroythe DoBegal (UP), Aariat 4. 1980; Ber. Jam« B Oarrett! 
Kanawha, September 12. It8d; Rev J A Mclntyre. South 
Carolina^ September 27. 1M«: lUv. J. R. McGregor Congaree 

MlalM4>ni Retired: Rev C D. Patteraon. January 24. 198«. 



t.V. ~«T —'r~. PlaMant View. Laurlaburg. February 28 

ltf«: WeatminlMer. FayetteTllle. June 8. 1980 

IlSe-'^r'l2fir%*^f**'*^J ^^ ^••« B Oraybeal Bea- 

t i.i^o •t**'"' ^•'>"»*»7 1«. 1980 aad Phlllppl. Febraary 

William >r Gordon. Fairmont. May 8. 1980; Rer H Dnray 
Herring. Bbaaewr May U. 1980: Rey. Rohart O Freeiaa? 
Aahpole May 22. 1980; Rer Joeeph W Flora. La.rtnburg rtrat 

i^ *i .''aM**-.^^!!!^' •'•"'" ^ N.-.lrodt. Ber^ Octo- 
ber 23. I9tf aad ProirMaM*. NoTeafear SO. 1980. 



J^^ a"?!?a " B '*'T''.l!iJ*S' _??^^ Croawrall. Aatloek. 
Jaauary 9. Iff*; Rev H. Daway Harrtaii. BaMaa aad Ikmaaar 
April 28. IMt: Rev John P Stepheaaoa. McPher«>B April 2t' 



8TN0D or NORTH CAROLINA 



•7 



1980; Rev. Malcolm P. Anderton, Manly, July 12. 1980; Rev. 
W O. NelaoB. Ellae, July 12. 1980; Rev. J. Tom Young. Culdee. 
July 12. 1980; ReT. William S. Smythe. Centre and Smyrna. An- 
gust 4. 1980; Rev. Jamea B. Garrett. Mount Plagah and Leaf- 
let, September IS. 1980; Rev J. R. McGregor. Fayettevllle Flrat 
and Ravan Rock. November 10, 1980; Rer. T. A Guiton. Park- 
ton NoTember 28. 1980. 

Caadklatea Receired: Earl M. Vaughn. Examination. April 29. 
1980; Lemuel Ray Qllchriat. Examination. September 27. 1980; 
Lloyd George Kay, Evergladea. September 27. 1980. 

Caadldatea INatnlMed: Glen A. Crofton. Jr.. Chattanoga. Septem- 
ber 27. 1960; Fred H. Currle. Montgomery, September 27, 1980. 

('aadidatre Dro|^ed: Leroy Hamilton. April 28. 1980. 

Candidate* Ur-enited: Lloyd George Kay. September 27. 1980. 

Llcealtate* Ordaiaed: Lloyd George Kay, October 2, 1980. 

(4) GraaYlile l>re«bytery 

Saauaary: 48 minlatera; 16 candklatea: 11.813 eommuniranta: 
S2 churchea; Value $4,621,000; 36 maaaee; ralue 8613,860; 
322 ^^aartOBa; churchea reporting no profeaaiona 18 

Mlalalen R e r etTe d : Rev. Reuben J Wallace. South Carolina. 
Jaaaary 19. 1980; Rev. Levi Humphrey. Norfolk. July 19. 1980; 
Ray. Janea R. Lloyd. Mecklenburg. Jnly 19, 1980; Rev Jamea 
B. Reavea. Mecklenburg. October 18. 1980. 

MlaiMem IMnmUiied: Rev. C. I. Calcote. Eaat Mtaalaaippl. Jana- 
ary 19. 1980; Rev R W. Couaar, Charleaton. February 18, 
1980; Rev. Charlea E Parrlah. Meckleaburg April 19. 1980; 
Rev Jaliaa Neaaalrodt. Fayettevllle. July 19. 1980; Rev Jeasa 
M Parka. Albemarle. July 19, 1980; Rev Kelaey Regeo. Haa- 
over. October 18. 1980. 

Mtnlirteni I>e4^aNed: Rev Foater D Smith. September 17, 1999. 

i*aMoraJ RHatloaa Kalabllahed: Rev. Levi Haa^ray, War 
ton. UttlaCoa. aad Graver Memorial, Jaly 21, 1980; Rev. Ji 
R Lloyd. MoBBt Bethel. Jaly 31. 1980; Rev Clyde O Robli 
White Memorial (Aaat.) SapUmber 18. 1980; Rev A O Coar- 
taaajr, reliowahtp and Willow Springe. October 23. 1980; Rev. 
Jamea B AR^vaa. ruquay-Variaa. October 22. 1980 

Paalorai K«-lA(io«« IHiMKilved: Rav. C. I. Calcote. Mount Bethel, 
January 19. 1960; Rev R W Couaar. Braeat Myatt. February 
tfi. 1980; Rev Charlee E Parrlah. raqaay-Varina. April 19. 
1980;Rev Jultaa NaaMlrodt. Baffalo. July 19. 1980; Rev. 
Jeeae M. Parka. Spring Hill. July 19, 1980: Rev A. O. Coar- 
tenay. Meteae Memorial. October 18. 1960; Rev Kelaey Recea. 
r>urham rtrat October 18. 1980 




Rer«lved: Levi Humphrey, Norfolk. July 19, 1989. 

IJreallatee Ord*ln<Hl: Levi Hamphrey, Jaly 21. 1999: Cly4a 

Robinaon. September 18. 1989. 

(8) king* Monaiala Pre^ytery 

Kamnuypy 4 9 mlatotara; 9 mmM^aUm; 9.224 MmmaateMita: 49 
churchea. Value 92.289.249: 19 ■■■«■; valaa: •119.199; 249 

profeaaloaa; churchea raporttag ao prof aaa i on 9 



M MI^aJTEa or the 

MlniMtcm Kr<-«>lirrd: Rev Archie L. McNair. Atlanta January 1» 
I960; Rwy. W P. Rhoton. Guerrant. January 19 19«0 Rey' 
Paul Thrower. Bnoree. January 19, 1160; Rev. Oacar h' Wel- 
born. Meridian. January 19. I960; Rer. C. D Murphy Abinc- 
?-2k ^R""" ^*' ^••'^' ^'^ Walter L. Baker. Bethel. July 19. 
19f0; Rev Jamea 8. Mann. Piedmont. July 19. 1960; Rer J 
Richard Hobaon. Meoklenburs, October 18. 1960. 

MlniMrni IMNinlnMfHl: Rev J. Trent Howell. Atlanta April 19 
1960; Hev. Herbert Dale. Mecklenburg. July 19. 1960 Rer' 
Jamea Anderson. Florida. 0<tober 18, 1960; Rev Jamea T 
Womack. Congaree. October 18. I960. 

Minlntrn I>f c«>«i««Hf : Rev Paul H. Moore. October 23. If 60. 

Paxtoral Rciationn Kiitabiifihed : Rev Archie L McNalr. Ooahen 
January 24. 1960; Rev Oscar H Welborn. Stanley January II " 
I960; Kev W P Rhoton. Glendale. February 7, 1960; Rev Paol* 
Thrower. Ltnwood. February 7. 1960; Rev. C. D. Murphy Baat 
Belmont. May 1. I960; Rev. Jamea S Mann. Dixon and North- 
aide July 31. 1960; Rev. J. Richard Hobwn, Shiloh. November 
2. 1960. 

P«»tural RrUlioiui I>lMolTed: Rev. J. Trent Howell. Jr . Shtloh 
April 19. 1960; Rev Herbert Dale, Castanea. Julv 19. 1960; Rev 
Jamea .S Anderson. Weatview. October 18. 1960; Rev Jamea T 
Womack. Llncolnton First. October 18. 1960 

rNB«lid«te<« RfH^eivrd: 

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Harold Moffett. Examination. October 18, 



(6) Mrrklenbuni I'n-wbytery 

Huinmar): 119 mlnlatera; S2 candidates; 33.537 communtcaiiU: 
lOS rhurches; Value: $14,089,300; 86 mansea; value 11452- 
•00; 876 professions; churches reporting no profesalons 20. 

MinlMeni Rrrrived: Rev. C. F. Allen. Enoree. January 26 I960- 
Hev I) O. Mclnnls. Fayettevllle. January 26, 1960; Rev D A* 
McKlght. Lexington. January 26. I960; Rev F»aul H Felker 
Bethel. April 19. I960; R«v Charles E Parrlah. Oranvllle April 
19. 1960; Rev Herbert W Dale. Kings Mountain. July 18. I960: 
Kev James F Keller. Bluestone. July 18. I960; Rev Robert B 
Huey, .Montgomery. September 20. 1960; Rev. William M Scho- 
tanua, Wllmtncton. September 20. 196*. 

?V?«"'T '*•«"*■'«•= R-'^ M 8 Bell Albemarle. January 26. 
I960 He* Robert F Boyd. Hanover. January 26. 1960; Rev 
Jamea K Lloyd. Oranvllle. July 19. 1960; Rev Jamea B Reaves! 

Vr"r«n "'o''' ^IJ^*^' '*•"' ^ ^ S^y***'- Albemarle. Jul, 
!!;« t • **,•' <^""«'"'» ^ Caldwell. Orant.. Ssptraiber »•' 
1960; Rev James B Sherwood, Atlanta. September 20. IftO- 
Rev. Thomaa W Apperaon. New Orleans. October 10. 1960; 
Rev Richard HotMon. Kings Mountain. October 10. I960. 
MtBlstrrs DecTMrd: Rev Jonaa Barclay. January 15. 1960; Rev 
Henry Bedlnger January 29. 1960; Rev Roawell C l^ag. No- 
vember 29. I960; Rev Charles F Allen. December 17. 1960. 



tliMrrlica drcaatsed: 
19t0, 



Mt Oiiea. Ckarlocte. May 22. 1960. 
AlbMMU>l« l a wd . AJkraMrla. April 



Pastoral Relailons KKtabll.xhed : Rev Robert Smith, Indian Trail. -tK*» * 



11. 



January 29. 1960; Rev. T A Oulton Park Avenue. Rockingham. 
Febmary 8. I960: Rev. Glenn Robinson. Hickory Grove. Febru- 
ary 5. 1960; Rev Donald O. .Mclnnis. Plaxa. February 7. 1960; 
Rev. D. A. McRight, Lee Park. Altan. and Bethany. February 7. 
1960; Rev. John Partridge, Marshvllle and New Salem. Febru- 
ary 14. 1960; Rev. C. F. Allen. Turner. Hawley Memorial. I'nlon- 
vllle. and Unity Chapel. February 21. 1960; Rev. Paul Felker. 
Mulberry May 1. 1960; Rev, Charlea Parrish. Sardis (AP). May 
1 I960;' Rev. Jam«i Lloyd. Watson Heights. May 29. 1960; 
Rev James F Keller. Plnevllle, August 31. 1960; Rev Cart 
.Miller. St Qllea. September 11, 1960; Rev. William M. Scho- 
tanus. Rockingham. October 2. 1960. 

Pa.itoral Relation* IXwiwlved: Rev M S Bell. Seigle Avenue. 
January 26. I960; Rev James R Lloyd. Park Avenue, July !&. 
1960; Rev. James B Reaves. Hickory Grove. July 19. 1960; 
Rev. Clifford Caldwell. McQuay. September 20. 1960; Rev Jamea 
B. Sharwood. McOee. October 2. 1960 

Candidates Received: John Partridge. Jr . Tuscaloosa. January 
26. 1960; Richard Austin. Examination. April 19. 1960; J Mel 
vllle England. Examination, April 19. 1960. Richard Love. Ever- 
gladaa. April 19. 1960; Gray Hampton. Kanawha, July 18. 
IftO; John Eddie Hill. Examination. July 18. 1960; Tbomaa 
Miller. Atlanta. July 18. I960: Fred Newell. Examination. July 
18 1960; James Earl Thompaon. Examination. July 18. 1960; 
Stephen White. Examination. July 18, 1960; John Kuykendall. 
Examination. September 20, 1960; Joseph W. McLaney, Exami- 
nation. September 20, 1960. 

Candidate* DtsmlHaed: All Jepaon, Atlanta. January 26. 1960; 
Jerry Puckett. Concord. January 26. 1960. 

Caadidaiefi Urensed: David Boyc». September 20. 1960. 

(7) Onuiite IVr-iibyterjr 

Hummary: 76 mlnlatera; 13 candidates; 23.123 commonlcanU; 
83 churches; Value 110.473.740; 61 manses; value ll,21«. 
000; 645 profeaalons; churches reporting no professions 18 

Ministers Received: Rev Lawrence W. Avent. Potomac, April 
21, I960. Rev. Jamea E. Bearss. Wlnaton-Salem. 
I960: Rev. John Earl Adklns, Harmony, July 21. 
John Lewis Davis, Norfolk. July 21. 1960; 
Fudge. Oaachlta. September 8 1960; Rev. R 
ton. 8«pi«nb«r 8. 1960. 

MtaiMcits DlnnlMM>d: Rev P Lealie Bullock. Fayetteville April 
5. 1960; Rev Joseph W Flora. Jr . Fayetteville. April 6. I960; 
Rev Datid R Moorefleld. Pae Dee, April 21. 1960; Rev William 
D Smith. Greenbrier. May 31. 1960; Rev C. W Jennings. Con- 
cord. June T. 1960; Rev C. H Rechard. I-oulsvllle. September 
8. 1960; Rev. Samuel P Hart, l^exington. Ortobw 1. 1960; Rev 
Sab N. Holler. Jr.. A.R P Church. October 4. 1960. Rev Jamw 
P Carae, UP.. U.S.A., October 17. 1960; Rev Jeffer»«m T 

Knorrllle. October 31. 1960; Rev Hardin A. King. 

October 31. 1960; Rav. W. L Hodgkln. Aahavllla. 
30. 1960 

HlalMters Deceased: Rev J P H McNatt. February 3. IffO. 
M!nl*«.M n*-«lred: Rev. W M Maker. February 1. 1»«« 



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PairtonU RrlMtioRa E»iaMii*h««d : Rev John Earl Adkios. Bdff*- 
wood; Rev I^wrence W. Avent. Crestwood; Rev. John L. D«Tis. 
II, Vaodalia: Rev. Bamuel R. Pudge. New Hope. 

PaMtoral RrUttonii DlMolT4>d: Rev John A Womeldorf. Fatth, 
February 29. 19«0; Rev Wnilam O Smith. New Hope and Ef- 
land. May 31. 19C0: Rev. C W Jennings. RlT«nrl«w, June 7. 
19C0; Rev Lee W. Adkins. Sedgefield. Jaly SI. IffO; Rev J. 
O. Howell. Wentworth and Smjrra. Angutt 31. IfiO; Rev. C H 
Rechard. Hlllaboro. September 8. 19C0; Rev. Oeraki N. Reiff. 
El Bethel. September 16. I»f0: Rev. W. Clark Porter. Ill, 
Little River. September 30. I960: Rev S. P Hart. Siler dty 
and Mt. Vernon Spring*. October 1. 1910; Rev. Jefferson T. 
Kesterson. Churrh of Covenant (AP>. Octobor SI. IftO; R«t. 
Hardin A. King. Shlloh. October 31, 19C0. 

Candldatr« Revived: Raymond Lee White. Examination, Sep- 
tember 8. I960 

('andldatp DIeBilaetd: Donald Elliott Trent, CberokM. April t, 
19tO. 

f'andidate* Dropped: Arnold Fred Leary. September 8, If SO; 
Walter O Brlaat. September 8, I960. 

(S) WtlmlRirton f^mhrtcry 

HtimitMirjr: SS ministers. 12 candidates; IS. 778 communlcaata. 
82 churches: Value; 15.726.700; 40 manses; value: 1666, KOO; 
363 professions; churches reporting no profssslon 30. 

MtaUMers Rerelved: Rev W C Vaughn. Nashville. April If. 
IftO; Rev. Jamoe Richard Holshouser, Concord. July 19. 1960; 
Rev James Rajrraond Frlsby, St Louis. October 18, 1960; Rev 
James B. Tabbs, Holston. October 18. 1960, Rev. Robert S. 
Link, Charleston. D«cember t. IftO. 



Utm l mt mn DImmkmed: R«v C 8 McChesney. Abingdon. January 
S«, IffO: ReT. J. L. Stevenson. Atlanta, March 1. If60: Rev. 
M J McChssaer. Albemarle. March 8, lf60; Rev. A. M. Diudel 
Lexington. May 22. 1960; Rev Robert B Rock. H R. Onuige. 
June TO. 1960; R#v William M Schotanua. Mecklenburg. Sep- 
tember 8. 1960; Rev Walter H. Goodman. Orange, November SS. 
1960; Rev. Joseph C Wagner, Attenta. November SS. If 60. 

MlKlnteni Retired: Rev. L. A Taylor, July 1. IftO: R«t W. F. 
F Little July 19. 1960; r#>t N P FarHor. Dwjember 6 1960 

PiMtoral R«>laUo«ii liUitabllstMNl: Rev. W. C. Vaugha. Lake Wae- 
camaw. April 19, 1960; Rsv. Jansa Rtcbard Holshouser. Halls 
vlUe. aad Orovs. Jaly SI. IftO; Rev. James Balfoar Tubbs. 
WilmingtOB Presbytery. October 18. 1960; IUt. Jamas Raymond 
Frlaby. Pink Hill December «. 1960 



RrkMtloaa INmolved: Rev. C 8 McChwinoy. Rockflsh 
and Potta M«aM»rtaJ. Jaaaary St. 1960; Rev. J L Stevenson. 
Chadboara aad Pages Mill. Much 1. I960; Rev M J Mc- 
Cheeney. Immaaael. March 8. Iftt; R«v. WllUam E Pauley. 
Sonthport aad New Hope. April 1, IftO; Rer A M Daniel. 
Wildwood. May SS, IftO; Rav. L. A. Taylor. WUmmgton Pres- 
bytary. Jaly 1. Iftt; Rav. John M Irvlaa, IV. Mrriar* Memorial, 
Jaly If, IftO; Uvr. W F. F. Uttle. PolloekavlU^ and rro«iaa. 
Jaly 19. I960; Rev William M Schotanas Jacksonville nmt 



8, 1960; Rev Harry P. Mitchell. Carolina Beach, 
SO. If60; Rev George F. Sowerby. II. Tt>psail. Octo> 
ber 1, If 60; Rev Joseph C Wagner. Trinity. November Sf. 
IftO; Rav. Walter H Goodman. Beulaville. December 4. 1960; 
Rev. N. P. Farrtor, Pink Hill. Smith. Harper-Souther land. Pleas- 
ant View. December t. 19t0. 

Oaiidldates Received: Gaorge Gainey. Examination. Jaly If. 
IftO. 



Candldatcn Diiiml 



Perry Robinson. Louisville. July If. IftO. 



(•) WtBNton-Kalfm Prrwbytery 

Summarj': 44 ministara; 6 candidates: 8362 communicants; 4f 
churches. Value S4.034.1S3; 34 manses; value: Ittl.OOO; 2S0 
profeesions; churches reporting no professions 18. 

MlBiatem Rec^ved: Rav. Malcolm P. Anderton. FayeCteville. 
September S7. 1960; Rev 8 L. McKay. Kings Moantaln. Sep- 
tember S7. 1960; Rev James Thomas Young, Fayatteville. Sep- 
tember S7. 1960 



Ministers MaaikMM^: Rev. David C Mon. Everglades. March t. 
IftO; RsT. Jamea E Bearss, Orange. April 30. 1060; Rav. 
Richard E. HIMebraadt. Lexington. May 31. IffO; Rev. Herbert 
H Caller. Concord. Aagast 31. If 60 

.Mitiiatere Krtlrrd: Rav. O. V. Caadlll. December SI. IftO. 

i>aiitor«l Hflatlon* I'>i»cjibli«h«Hf : Rev Herbert H Caller. Ebea- 
eier. Peak Creek, JeOeraon, and Low Gap. Fabraary 7. I960; Rev. 
Thomas C Bryan. Fairmont, March 6, IffO; Rev Lester ■. 
Sheppard. Aabary, Fraaetaeo Hills, and Colllnstown. May SS. 
I960; Rev. Jamaa T. Toaag, Thomasville. October f. If 60 

Pa»torai R4>latlonii IMmkiIvokI: Rev. John W Lake. Ebeneaer * 
Peak Creek. January 17, lf60; Rev Thomas C Bryan. Lae 
Maawrlal. Fabraary Sf. IftO; Rev David V Minm. Tbomaavtlle. 
March 16. IftO: Rav. James E Bearaa. Cooleemae. April SO. 
IftO; R*T Richard B. Hitdsbrandt. Elkta. May SI. IftO; Rev. 
Harbmrt H Cellar, itttwmm, I s a sa af . Paak Craak and Low 
Gap. Aagaat 31. IftO. 

raA(ild«t*i« Rerelv«Hl: Herbert H. Cullar, Examination, January 
19. 1960; Lester E Shappard. Examination. May 10. I960. 

Candidate* Dropped: Charlas J. Miller. May 10. 1960. 

Ueratlate* (>rda«MMi: Harfeaft H. Caller. Pcbraary 7, IftO; 
Lsater C Ph. trard. May SS. Iftt 



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m. REPORT OF SYNOD'S COITNOI. 

Rrv. Rom<« P«ixrr. Chairman 

Yuur Council met three times during the paat year, ooce In 
Charlotte and twice in Raleigh, and all of the nieetiuM were well 
attended. The minutes of the meetinsi includinx mlautea of aub- 
comraltteee hare been recorded. 

I*roKriun 

The 19il Program of Synod was prepared by the Sub-Committee 
on Program and approved by the Council We were unsuccessful 
in securing as a speaker this year the Moderator of the General 
Aaaembly. 

The plans of the Sub-Committee on the Centennial. Dr Frontis 
Johnston, chairman, were implemented in such ways as are 
reflected in the official program, which includM Wedaeaday. 
Jane 14 as Presbyterian Centennial Day. reaching a climax tn 
the evening at a mass rslly planned at Reynolds Coliseum in 
Raleigh VVe are Indebted to the agencies of the General Assembly 
for furnishing display materials for the occasion 

There was liaison with the Committee of the Tirat Presbyterian 
Church. Raleigh, regarding arrangi'mentJ> as detailed 

Synod waa invited by the President of St. Andrews Presby- 
terian College to hold Itfi One Hundred Forty-Ninth sessions at 
the college in Laurinburg in 19<7 

Pfmument Office Headquanrr's Rnildfac 

On November II. 19«o Synods new Office liuildtng was oc- 
cupied by the staff The cost of the enterprise. Including im- 
provements on the land, architect's fee. contractor's fee. equip 
■«et. furniture, and furnishings is tlt.lSS Sjmod authorised the 
expenditure of 1100. noo The building aod land are appraised 
at approximately fl&O.OOO Contributions on the ccmt total 
t33.7&S. leaving a telance to be aabaciibad of |tl.S7S. Tha Bgaeiitlva 
Committee of Cburch BxtensioB approved In jMisarjr of prorldtac 
against this deftcit up to fSS.dOO from the PeraasMt Ww r ? s Pand. 
to be paid back ov«r a porlod ot Uaw by gifts and from the Budget 
of Sraoi't (Mike aa aoMwat dosUraated as r»nt 

The Office of the General Secretary waa furnished by the 
family of the lale Dr. B. B Oilloapie. of Greensboro 

The building Is oae of which «• have every right to be proud, 
and It la being ased to fall advantage la addition to the Synod s 
offices, we have provided two offlcea for Oranvllle Presbytery, 
for which servlcaa we receive Mli 00 per month on the uillttlea 
In addition, we aro providing for soveral months office space for 
the Albemarle-Granville Presbyteries ataff officer of the ftt 
Andrews College Campaign 

Haadreds of people have vlnited the sClea, (Wd without excepttoa 
tbey have been lavish In praise We saaar* r«a tbat we bare a 
ayaibol of oar Hynod now of which we neat 



71 MINUTES OF THE 

PHbllr ReUtioBS 

On March 1 Mr«. Erneatine Godfrey severed relatiooa with urn 
by vlrtuf of the fact that her haabftBd waa transferred to Winston- 
Salem. She bad rendered Invaluable s^-rvlce since September. 

We operated sllshtly under the prescribed budget In 1960. 
We spent 119.922 37 on a 120.000 budget The Council and the 
Executive ComniUtee on Church Extension shared equally the 
cost of operations We are operating on a $24,000 budget In 1961. 
We hope that we may be able to operate under that amount by 
virtue of a change In mailing. However, there have been •odhi 
neceaaary expense* Involved In moving to the new office building. 

We published 12 Issues of the paper In 1960 We have found 
It practical to publish an eight-page paper, except posaibly now 
mad then because of the quantity of news, to publish a twelve- 
piige paper. The Department of Public Relations of Synod, which 
includes the PresbyteHaa Xews, newspaper releases, and Radio- 
TV is growing In preetlge and importance, and it Is our conviction 
that we should continue our present policy of promoting the whole 
program of public relations 

We would remind you that the whole program of Public Rela- 
tions Inclttdea Television-Radio and that this phase of the Pro- 
grsm haa been presented to Synod In the report of the Execu- 
tive Committee of Church Extension. 

The I>epartment of Publicity has issued approximately 100 
releases relating to the work of Synod during the past twelve 
months 

Financial 

In view of the fact that the agencies of Synod ended 1960 in 
relatively good financial shape, the Council remitted foil amounts 
which baa been contributed to the Equalisation Fund. 

The Contingent Salary Fund served a worthy purpose. In that 
it provided a reserve fund to tide over the agencies of Synod 
which otherwise would hsve had to borrow money, and alao 
aaalsted both the Exe< utive Committees of Campus Chriatlan Life 
aad Cbrtotian Education to the extent that theae causes were 
able to etid 1960 without a deficit. 

.^•klnga M Arre|»t«»re« 

Synod asked Presbyterlee and churches for s total of tt.tS1.709 
for Assembly aad Synod benevolences In 1961 Tbey have ac- 
cepted 11.942. 622, or 1679.077 leas than apportioned They were 
asked to give 11.109. 9(9 to Aaaerobly's Causes, and accepted 
11.191.160 or $Slf.l9t leas thaa apportioned They were asked 
to give tl. 111.750 to Synod's causes and accepted t749,072 or 
9262.671 lees The amount accepted of Synod's aaklngs for 
Synod's cauaes is 67 1%. A year ago the Presbyteria* aee«9t«« 
$721,474. which was 69.17% (rf aaklni* for 196« 

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183.749 


66.00 


6 (O) 


181.S12 


100.582 


55.00 


7 (F) 


80.120 


36.127 


45.00 


8 (W) 


74.895 


74.895 


100.00 




tl. 111. 750 


1749.072 


67.3% 





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Synod 

SyntMl and .4jM»emblj Compared 

The Synod of North Carolina again led the General Assembly 
(16 Synods) in total gifts. In total to benevolences, and total to 
Current Expenses The grsnd total of gifts were $14,202,683. 
and 128.272 leas than the year before 

The Svnod asked the I^resbyterles to give a total of $2,526,756 
to Assembly and Synod causes combined during 1960 Total 
gUU reported were $2,360,622 (In contrast to $2,430,640 the 
previous yean, or 91.02% (99.51% the year before). This may 
be compared as follows: 






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Assembly Causes received 1.02% leas of the askings than the 
year before, or a decreaae of $22,026 Synods causwi received 
13^ less of the askings than the year before, or a decrease of 
$68,093. The two causes together received $8«>.118 less than In 

191*9 

North Carolina stood 11th (8th a year ago) In I960 among the 
Synods In the percentage of gifts made to Assembly's Csuses In 
relstlon to apportionments 

Only two Presbyteries. Granville and Wlnaton -Salem, accepted 
\<*0'% of Askings for both Assembly and Synod causes for 1961. 
Kings Mountain accepted In full Assembly's Askings for 1961. 
but not Synod's Only one Presbytery accepted In full In 1960. 
Granville and Wlnatou-Salem accepted 100% to Aaaembly's and 
Synod's cauaes combined la 196» The Presbyteries ranked aa 
follows: 



1 Graavllle 
Wlaatoa-Salem 

2 Klnga Mountain 

3 Mecklenburg 

4 Concord 

6 Albemarle 

6 Oraaga 

7 FayetteTllle 

8 Wilmington 



SYNOD 



100.00% 
100.M% 
90.lt% 
7t.i0% 
71.tl% 
69.11% 
6ik4% 
illt% 
4k«l% 

74 10% 



97.828 



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Other atowardahip atatlatica ahow total gifta of $14,202,339 In 
196U; Bt-nevolencea — t3.545.K29 (budgeted — $2,383,957; non- 
budfreted — 11.1(1.872); Current ExpenaM — t7.446.lS3: Building 
Expenaea — 83.211,3S7: Combined— $10. 656. 510. These figares 
compare with the previous year as follows: 



Benevolencea 

BudKHfd 

Non-Hudgeted 
Current Kxp«-naea 
Building Expenses 
CoroblBMl 

TOTAL GIFTS . 



i»0O 

I 3.545.829 
2.383.967 
1.1C1.8I2 
7.445.153 
3.211.367 
10.C6C.610 



t 3.566.149 
2.352.655 
1.213.594 
7.123.664 
3.641.142 
10.i«4.80C 



14.202.339 14.230.966 



InereaM* 
$— 20.320 
4- 31.402 

— 61,722 
+ 321.489 

—329.786 

— g.290 

— 28.616 



Total per capita giving dropped below the previous year; like- 
wise, per capita giving to benevolences; however, current ex- 
penses Increased from $49.79 to $61.42. Following Is a sammary 
and comparison with 1969. 



Benevolences 
Current Kxpenitea 
Building Expenaen 
Combined (Current 





IMO 


1969 


Drcreane 




$24 49 


$24 »3 


$— .44 




61 42 


49 79 


+ 1 63 




22 1» 


24 75 


~2 67 


Building) 


73.10 


74.64 


— .04 



Total 



98.09 99 47 



1.38 



The Synod of North Carolina ranked 9th among the 16 Synods in 
total per capita giving In the General Assembly In 1960 (8tb 
la 1969). Tennessee wss first at $112 13. In Benevolence per 
capita. North Carolina ranked 5th (4th in 1959 t Appalachia 
was first at $34 13. 

It is rnnservativety eKtlmated that the membetv of the Synod 
of North Carolina withheld a minimum of $13,300,621 or 48.37% 
of their tithe in relatiunahip to Income in 196o The Income of 
PfMbyteriaas In 1959 is conservatively estimated at $275,089.- 
•00. 

Attached to this Report are the followinK documents: ( t ) Sum- 
mary of 1962 Proposed Benevolence Budget for Assembly and 
Synod Causes, together with proposed distribution of same 
( ApiMtrtionments to Presbyteries); (2) Audit of all accounts 
hsndled in Synod's Office for I960 (listed under the Audit » ; 

(3) 1962 Budget for Synod's Office and Program of Work: and 

(4) Statistical I>ata 

lter«>niinrn«l«lioaM: ' 

1. Tkat Synod accept the apportionment of the General Aa- 
sembly for 1962. and endeavor to raise the total amount, 
which Is $1,526.61 !< broken down as indicated in the Table 
on page 102 

T. That Synod acr<»pt the following budget for Synod's Causes 
for 1962. and endeavor to rais4- the total amount, which 
is $1,127,360. broken down as indicated in the Table oa 
page 102 

3. Thai the total Benevolence Budget of Synod for AaaemMy 
and Svaod causes for 1962 amounting to $2,662,968. be 



III 



10 



11. 



12 



apjiortloned to the several Presbyteries on the basis of 
the following formula: 1/3 for membership; 1/3 for benevo- 
lence contributions to Assembly'a and Synod'a Agencies for 
the last three years; and 1/3 for total contributions, leas 
building expense, for the last three years, as indicated la 
the Table on page 103-104. 

That the propoaed Budget for Synod'a Office and Program 
of Work for 1962 in the amount of $57,097 be approved 
See page 106. 

That the per capita aasessment of 39 3772^ for 1962 for 
support of Synod a Office and Program of Work be approved 

That the C.P.A. Audited Financial Statements of institutiona 
and Agencies of Synod which have been examined and approv- 
ed by the Committee on Finance and Audita, and endoraed 
by the Council, be approved by Synod, and the Committee 
be empowered to complete the examination of the remain- 
der of the audits for record as soon as they are available 

That Synod express Its gratitude to the Trustees of the L. 

Richardaon Truat Fund for generoua gifts to the Synod'a 

Agencies. 

That the aeparate Report by the Sob-committee on Recorda 

be adopted. 

That the 14 9th Seasiona of the Synod be held at St Andr«M»8 
Presbyterian College, l^urinburg. June 5-7, 1962. and that 
Tuesday evening be designated for special emphasis on 
World Missions. 

That the following be elected as members of the Committee 
on Namlnations. Claas of 1964: Albemsrle. Rev M J. Mc- 
Cbesney; Concord. Rev. Wilkes I> Macaolay; Fayettevllle, 
Rev. Leslie C Tucker. Jr 

That the proposal of the Women-of-the-Synod to conduct 
a campaign in 1962-196.1 to raise $50.o«hi for the Student 
Center at Woman a College. Inlversity of North Carolina. 
Greensboro, be approved 

That Synod rescind Its former action of approving capital 
gifts campaigns for Inlon Theological Seminary In 1963 
and Davidson College in 1966 

Ti> the Long-Range Planning Committee of Synod s CounclJ 
has been referred the question of capital funds campaigns 
for the institutions of the Synod of North Carolina with 
emphasis upon the multiplicity and overlapping of such 
ventures 

In examining this question, there have been confereacaa 
with Institutional leaders, and a meeting of the Committee 
The past blatory of capital funds ventures has been reviewed 
in the light of recent discussions by the Council and the 
conferences with institutional rapr aa e nUtives There exIsU 
on the part of the Institutions a willingness to cooperate 
with whatever plans are set forth for the good of the Synod 

It la the belief of the Long-Range Planning Committee 
that the qaestion before us mast be viewed wtthia the 
context of the Christian Stewardship of life and subataace 
and not as an Isolated problem Moreover, there is a genatae 
kalM tkat the institutions of the Syaod mast aow aad agala 



MINUTES OF THE 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



pre««ai tbeir Mparate caasM to the Mveral charcbM. Sucb 
presentstloDS will elicit not only financial aupport. but will 
■trfngthen the existinc tiM between these Inatitutiona and 
the Cbarch. 

UnqneatloDablr. tlie matter of methodoloKy in capful 
funds campaigns is an Issue for consideration. The measure 
for Bucceas In campaigns has become a financial goal which 
must be attained, and failure to reach these preacribad 
goals has Indicated failure; yet we cannot but obatfrra tbat 
such a philosophy doM not take into account tba danoa- 
strated generosity of the Synod In paat capital fund rentaraa. 
the outreach of the 'Body of Christ" In such enterprlaea. 
nor the inestimsble value of the several Institutions in the 
work of the Kingdom The problem, therefore. Is one of 
perspective, rather than of pledgee. 

Tu these questions there are no facile answers. None 
the less. It is our belief that between the years lf<3 and 
19<7 It would not be feasible for the Synod to undertake three 
capital funds campaigns which would attempt to reach the 
entire constituency of the .Synod .Moreover, we affirm the 
necessity for an emphasis within the bounds of tb« Synod 
upon the stewardablp of life and aabsUnce which will place 
the qaestlon of capital funds campaigns In truer perspective. 

Tbua. we commend to the Council an eight year ateward- 
shlp progrsm from 1162 through 1»70 per the schedule in 
Recommendation (H below 

The program viewed as a whole will enable the Svnod to 
s^ Its reaponslbllity over the neit eight years We reiterate 
the 1969 action of the Synod that the payment of pledges 
to capital funds campaigns be limited to two-year periods 

The Stewarilahip Committee of Synod la reqaeated to 
engage in active leadership of the eight-year program 
through conferences, seminars, workshops, and other media, 
enlisting the Stewardship Committees of PrMbftarKa aad 
churches in the endeavor Such a progran •■TtrioBa a 
thorough consideration of the Biblical understanding of 
the Stewardship of time, talent, and treasure We believe 
that attention must be foc«s«d upon the benevolence enter- 
prise* of the several Chareb Coarta In aach a meaaurs aa 
to reaffirm Presbyterian polity. 

That the aeveral institutions and agencies contemplating 
campaigna for capital funds in the eight-year program, or 
In other years, be acquainted with tba sitaattoa before 
aa. we recommend that a msating of fp r w au Utlves from 
the governing bodi^ of those lastitatlnns and agencies 
together with their administrative leadership be called by 
the Council Such an aaaembly shoald bring shout a cloaer 
working relationship among tbsM» Institutions and agencies, 
and between them and tba SfBod of North Carolina 

Yoar Committee has coacsraed Itaelf only wltb campAlgM 
within Its pnrrtew We are coaaclous of campAl^M apprwwd 
by other Church murts, and by community aB4«rt«lllagB. 
At this point, we can only aay that mcb of tb«W» fliaM ha 
considered by tba t om t HHu m t f apoB tt« owa maHt 
• .1^'' ••■* '♦'""« <• •••tlww omr stadias la tbes« and r*- 
wlad Riattera, aad will parsoe them at the Coanctla dl- 

fWtlOB 

This report havlag hmn adoptAd by Synod'a Coaacll. Is 
prsaentad to the Syaod with the folio wfn« recommendations 



I 



14. 



(1) That an elgbt-year stewardship program from IttS 
through 1170, be adopted to include; 

19(2 — ^Stewardablp Emphasia 

1963 — Oenaral Assembly Capital Funds Campaign 

1916 — Stewardablp Emphasis 

lt<t — Union Tbeologlcal Seminary Capital Faada Cam- 

palga 
19€8 — Stewardship Emphaala 
19C9 — Davidson College Capital Funds Campaign 

(2) That Synod reiterate ita 1959 action that the pay- 
ment of plsdg«w to capital fuada campaigna ba limited to 
two-year perloda. 

( 3 > That the Stswardship Committee of Synod be re- 
quested to engage in active teaderahip of the eight-year 
program through conferences, semlnarn, workshops, and 
other media, enlisting the Stewardship Commttteaa of Pres- 
byteries and ctaurchM In the endeavor. 

(4) That In order for the aeveral Instltutiooa aiMi agenclsa 
contemplating campaigns for capital funds In the eight-year 
program, or la otber yeara. to be acquainted with the situa- 
tion before us. a meeting of representatives from the govern- 
ing bodies of those institutions and agenclea. ,together wltb 
tbeir admlnlatratlve leadership, be called by the Coaacll. 

(B) That agenclea promoting capital funds campaigns and 
laMiMM of local churches be and are hereby urged to 
piMitm capital funds campaigns in church budgets only after 
the total amount of the benevolence aaklngs of PreabytaiT 
have been met. 

Tbat Synod participate in the Consultative Conference to 
ba held In Mootreat September 11-21. and elect the following 
raprsoantsu^lvas . Dr. Jamas R. Wright. Raleigh. William P. 
Sialllaa. Charlotte; Rev C. I Lewis, and Rey Allen C Me- 
▲Jteraataa: J. B Brewer. Rocky Mount and Ear. 
M. Scbotaaaa. 



II. That all spoelal "appeals" to local congregations be referrsd 
to Prsabytartaa CoamHtasa oa fltswardablp for appraisal 
aad rseofliBMadattoa. 

II. 1%at all Ataadss of the Cbarch be requMted to give fall 
roaaHaratloa to the entire baaatrokraes badget la making 
tliair spaetel appeals so that ao Agsacy will bs altgbted 

17. Tbat tba apKopHata raeommaodattona from the Report 
of tba Osnaral Coaacll to tbe ltd Osaaral Aaaaaibly. ba 
approved, spaclfleally. Noa. l-i. 10-lS. 

II. Tbat the calendar of spaelal days and aeaaoaa recommended 
by tba aeners! Assembly for ebatiiaaiia Wr tb« Cbarcb. 
ba adopted and likewise tbat tba eaif ary saipbaali for 

tba Orphans Home (TttsoksfflvtBg) and tbe 
HoBM (Mothers Day > with Bpeclal offerings, 

1* Tbat tyaod raqaaat tbe Preabyterlea to args tbe ^srtlcalar 
cbarebas to pay tb^rtr Hid«aiad baaT^s aa aa ta tw^ve eqasi 
monthly paymeats. ta ao far aa poaidbls. 

It. Tbat Synod, by a rlalag vots. exprsas appraelatloa to tba 
Oeasral Secretsr^ and hii Btaff for their eervlees 



MINUTES OP THE 



A. AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

I. ilEI>ORT OF AUDITOR 

Committee on Finance and Auditing 
Synod of North Carolina 
Pre«byterian Church In The I'nited States 
Raleigh. North Carolina 

Gentlemen: 

As Instructed by Dr. Harold J Dudley. General S^wreUry and 
Treasurer of the Synod of North Carolln. Preabyterian Church 
In The United States, we have audited the books and record* 
maintained by him as Treasurer of the following funds: 

Synod's Office General Fund 

Church Extension Fund 

Presbyterian Church Extension Committee Loan Fonda 

Synod's Designated Funds 

Educational Institutions Fund 

Synod s Office Account 

Public Relations Fund 

Inter-Church Relations Fund 

Permanent Reserve Fund 

Campus Christian Life Fund 

Contingent Salary F*und 

ReTolving Salary Fund 

Presbyterian Office Building Pond 

Christian Higher Education Campaign Pond 

Presbyterian Campus Christian Life Cftmpalgn Pund 

We have examined the balance sheet of the Synod of North 
Carolina. Presbyterian Church In The United States. Raleigh. 
North Carolina, as of Dwember 31, 1»«0. and the related sUte- 
ments of Income, changes In fund balances and statemenU of 
cash receipta and disbursements for the year then ended. 

SCOPE OP EXAMINATION 

We tested the recorded transactions to the extent of tracing 
the receipta to the depositories and verifying the amounla re- 
corded by appropriate transmittal papers and correepondence, 
and verifying the contributions from the presbyterlee by direct 
confirmation Church loans were also verified directly. Bxpendl- 
turee were supported by endorsed cancelled checks and Invoices 
or signed receipts These were found to be authorlied in the 
minutes of committees and Synod's Cooncll. »«nk balance*, 
which were confirmed by correspondence, were reconciled with 
balances shown on the books We also aacerUined from oar 
analyses that disbursements were properly allocated 

Our examination included each taeta of the accovatlng record* 
and other auditinx procedaree we eoaaidered neccMary in the 
drcamstancea. the books having been maintained on a caah 
baala We did not verify the records of the Chrlstlaa Higher 
Education CampalffB Paad aad the Presbyterian Campa* Chrto- 
tlan Campus Life Campalga Paad bayoad the recordad raealKa 
and disbureem<«ts 



SYNOD OP NORTH CAROLINA 



OPINION 

In our opinion, the accompanying balance sheet and statementa 
of Income and changes in fund balance* present fairly the fi- 
nancial position of the Synod of North Carolina. Presbyterian 
Church In The United States at r>ecember 31. 1980. and the 
results of the various funds' operations for the year then ended, 
in conformity with generally accounting princlplea applicable to 
such organisations, maintaining the books and records on a cash 
basis excluding the Chrlntian Higher Education Campaign Fund 
and the Presbyterian Campus Christian Life Campaign Fund 
becauee of the limited scope of our examination regarding the 
receipts of these two funds 

EXHIBITS AND SCHEDULES 

In prmenting to you our findings, as the result of the audit, 
we have prepared twenty-one Exhibits and nine Schedules, a* 
enumerated In the Index, which are attached as a part of this 
report, in addition to the following comments 

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES— ALL FUNDS COMBINED 
December 81. 1»«0 

ExHiBrr "A" 

In this Exhibit, captioned as above, we ahow a combination 
of all aasets and liabilities as we determined them on December 
31 19«0 Excluded from the statement are funds of the Christian 
Higher Education Campaign Fund and the Presbyterian Campus 
Christian Life Campaign Fund Inter fund accounts hare been 
eliminated Assets totaled $378.0»531 Synods land build- 
ings equipment and furnishings totaled |130.2«6.S8 This rep- 
reeeiiU the cost of equipment acquired In prior years "<1 Jb« 
coPt of furnishing the new Synod's offices from the buildia* 
fund. Real aaUte acquired by a bMiueat from Mrs Sadie vnncaM 
WhartOB'B eeUte is shown at an appraised value of $1 •.800^00. 
and Include* three reeldence* located on Tllden Street. Raleigh. 
North Carolln*. Llabllitle* amounted to $38.l»7 7» The excoM 
of aaaet* over liabilities result In a surplas of $38»,7t< 62 This 
Is compoaed of |130.2«B«8 which wa* Invested In fixed ansets 
and I20t.531 84 in fund balances. The changes In fund balances 
are explained in the supporting ExhlblU referred to on Exhibit 
•A" 

Synod'a causes funds were handled through Synod'* Office 
Oeaeral Fund except for the loan funds, campaign and aavlng* 
accounts The bank balance at December SI. lf«0 reflected aa 
overdraft per the book*. Check* were dr»wn »t »*»• •"^°' J** 
year to pay for the coat ot aqalpnient and the new offlee balldlag 
which accoanted for mo*t of -he overdraft The faada oa baad 
at December 31. 1»I0 were dlatribnted a* follow*: 



Funds Available 

Petty Caah 

Ensployae*' Air Travel Credit Deposit 

Dae ProBi Presbytertao Office Balldlog Fund 



t tfi.tf 

4ft •• 
• l.tti 87 

|tY.IS*.S7 



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8TNOD OP NORTH CAROLINA 



Dtstrlbuted As Pollowa: 

aynod's Office Accoant • l.SlT.Tt 

Cborch Extension Fund 14,ftl.B7 

EducatioBftl Institutions Fund 1,177.01 

Contingent Salary Fund •.8S8.1S 

ReTolvIng Salary Fund 6.044 04 

Catechism Awards 148. 2S 

Chapel Hill Presbrtertan Church 

Campaign Fund IS.O* 

Bank Orerdraft 86.44t.8« 

|f7.SS0.87 

Dividends acrrulns on capital stock were received and accounted 
for according to prewrlbed rates. All aecurltlea were examined 
during the audit. Theee aeeuritiee are part of the Permanent 
R^erve Fund and the Income derivfed from them waa apportioned 
directly to the Church Extension Fund and need for granU-ln-ald. 
The securities and the dividends received are shown In detail 
on Exhibit "P" 

All transactions of the Church Extension Committee Loan Funds 
were examined At December 31. 1»«0 the total of the UDpal4 
balance of theee loans and accrued Interest to that date was 
IU1.S2S 17 The caah on deposit waa $W.308.»7. The total 
unpaid balance of the loans and caah waa $lSl.tS2.l4. At De- 
cember 31. ll»» the funds- aaeeta totaled $14«,28€.7S We exam- 
ined all BOtaa and deeds of trust and found them on hand and 
apparently properly executed D«Ulla of the loans are shown 
OB 8chedule-8 and the fusda' tranMcttons are shown on Exhibit 
••K" 

The Permanent Reserve Fund and Bdncntlonnl Institutions 
Fund have loans to churches not included above. The details of 
the Permanent Reserve Fund loans are shown on Exhibit "P" 
where they total |2S,3»4 3t. Cash In Savings. $31,71804. a 
total of $87,108.43. not Including securities ralaod at $8,406.00. 

Proceeds from a gift received from Mr and Mrs. W E StutU 
in 1886 bsTS boon loaned to church«« from the Educational Insti- 
tutions Fund Sarlngs Account Tbs fand hod a loan of $16. 000. Of 
due from the Prssbyterlan Campns Chrtstlan Life Campaign Fund 
at DMsmbOT II. 1880 The total fund aaseU were $28,837.00. and 
are deUlled oa Exhibit "H" 

as follows: 



I181.SSS.17 
. Si.S84.St 

8.3178S 
$188,086 4t 



The total of all uapaid loans by funds 

Presbyterian Charcb Bxtenaton Committoa 
Loan Fuad — Scbedale — 8 - - 

PsnBnnent RsMrre Paad— Exhibit "P**... 

Educational Institutions Fund Savinga 
Account-- Exhibit H 

TOTAL _ 



Following Exhibit A'" we have prepnrad sUteroenu for 
f«nd showing the financial posRion or e»A bolance at 
SI. 1880 and sutements of income or stntomoBis of cash t^MSl^ 
and dtobarsaaenu for ih<> rear then andod. In addition we omr 
tba MIovlag eoam^u 

•apyort of tiM tirsod's Edocatloaal lastitatlons and other High 
•r Bdacatloaal aceaeiM wm baa s d oa a net nf 1 2 88.8 18. 68 for 
dlatrtbatkNi. The amovnt* and paremtagsa are shown em Bihlhtt 



•'I" These diatrlbations Include designated gifts from presby- 
teries and churches. A contingency fund — part of Educational 
Institutions Fa^ waa eatnbllshed in 1867 for the purpose of sMlsttng 
the three Institutions InToWed in the consolidation of the colt^c**- 
Its share of the funds available in 1868 was $20,783.17 I>«rt«« J»» 
$16 000 00 was appropriated, leaving a balance of $10,483 31. 
The' fund's share of the 1980 reoeipU was $18. 866. 88. All ths 
funds were distributed In 1880 as shown on Fxhibit "H ' A 
Permanent Advisory Committee on Higher Education waa «»»»- 
lished by the Synod of 1866 The Committees share of funds 
available In 1868 waa $2,878 78. This waa not disbursed In 1868: 
however, committee expenses amounted to $132.20 in 1868, 
leaving a balance of $2,741 68 undistributed at the end of 1868. 
The amount of $84.68 waa disbursed for expenses in 1880. leaving 
a balance of $2,877.02. 

Synods Designated Funds represenU an amount contributed 
by members of the Belk family to pay for the cost of publishing 
Dr O V Caudllls Church and Manse Planning Book Dr Caudlll 
refunded the amount advanced to htm plus Interest after becotning 
111 and could not complete the writing The caah balance, in a 
savings account, at the beginning of the year was $4,684.00. In- 
terest earned In 1880 totaled $83 73 During 1880 $3,832 70 was 
forwarded to the William Black Home. Inc . leaving a balance of 
$1,016.03 in the fund, as shown on Exhibit "O" 

Synod's eupport of the North Carolina Council of Church^ was 
disbursed from presbytery benevolence recelpU These funds were 
received and dtabarasd by the inter-Church Relations Fund— Ex- 
hibit "M" Ths ^Idgatod amount for support to the Council and 
other benevolences. Incladlng axpsases. waa 8.238 85. however, 
only $3,788.43 waa available asd paid The fund owed the Ro- 
volvlng Salary Fund $1,018.86 at December 31. 1880 for an 
operating deficit Incurred in 1868. 

The Revolving Salary Fund waa established la 1867 to mala- 
tain a^balaaoa oC Mt lass than tweaty percent of salaries, rent 
and traveling sipanana la the current budgeu of the designated 
agencies of Synod This fand waa not Included In Synod's badgeU 
for 1868 and 1880 A loan waa made to Christian Bdueatloa In 
ths amount of $7,000 00 In 1868; however, thia waa c»»5f>»»<> fj 
Synod aetloa In 1880 The fand has a caah balance of $8.044, 84 
at the end of the year, and a loan of $1,038 86 made to the Inter 
Church Brn k Ma ma Account In 1868. 

The BaaaaiMloa Pand. which was established la 1867. bad 
as tfsaaaetleaw la ItM- No dlstiibatioas were n srs sssry to meet 
ths bvdgat-asklags of ths agendas of Synod 

Sraod's Offlcs General Fund received and dtsbnrsed designated 
rsesipU for ChrMlaa Maoition. Presbyterian Orphans' Home. 
Prsabyterian Oaldaara Oaatar, Preebytertan Home. Inc . and Cate- 
chlaai awards. Ths doUlls of these are shown on 8chednles-l. -X. 
•I. -4. aad -I. raapsetivsly. 

the Syaod'a office baildiag was completed in 1880 and Is ^ 
catM at 1016 Wade Avenue. Raleigh. North Carolina The funds 
for srsetlng the building and receiving gifts were transacted 
throagh the PrssbyterlaB Office Building Fund The details are 
shown OB Bshlbit "ir Gifts and intsrss* samed on <he savings 
account aaoaatsd to $28,348 78 t*»«M» »fM*;^»»;.»»'® 
msbarssBMNita for varioas egpsasaa. seat «f »••. •— ^■o-.*^ 
famiahtags totaled $88.8S8f8 This r^uited »""•«!•" * 
dtshansMaati over re^dpls to tha aasoaat of $f8.8ti 87. 



88 



MINUTES OF THE 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



ft 



«xc9am rame from Synod's General Kund. The Statement of Gen- 
eral Fixed A*e«t»— Schedule — i — haa been prepared to show 
the Synod's properties and equipment. Assets acquired by the 
buildintc fund totaled $91,616.12 made up of the following: 



Land and Improvements .,^. . 

Buildinif 

Furnttare. Equipment and Furnishincs 



$ S.f04.06 

. 79.530 40 

8.181.67 



The Synod received in 1958 and 1969 $4,406 03 which repre- 
sented reniduo from th*- estate of the late Mrs. Sadie Duncan 
Wharton, widow of the late C P. Wharton. This was deposited 
with First Federal BavlnKs and lx)an Association. Raleiith. North 
Carolina The estate also included a deed for properties In Ra- 
ielith. North Carolina, which were valued at $16,600 00 These 
were bequests to the Home .Mission Committee of the Executive 
Committee of Church Extension. The income from the properties 
is to be a perpetual fund to be applied to the nalary and support 
of Home Mission and EvanKelisttr Work in the Synod of North 
Carolina. Net rents and interent on the savinirs account amounted 
to $1,156 76 and was received by the Church Extension Fund — 
Kxhibit -D". 

The Christian Higher Education Campaign was begun in 1956 
and the records hare been maintained in Synod's Office. On 
Schedule — 6 the current year receipts and dlnbursements are 
shown and the totals to I)eceml>er 31. 1960 Our audit of receipts 
Wait madi* from summaries of subscriptions and payments The 
individual pledge cards have not been added rompletely and com- 
pared with the general book totals The Hubecrtptions through 
Decembf'r 31. 1960. sfter cancellatiooa. totaled $1,708,706.06. per 
the book summaries. Of this smount $1,377,053.02 had been paid 
In cash and $81,278 04 in securities — a total of $1,458,331 06 
Thus the unpaid subscriptions were $245,375 00. 

Synod allowed the Campus Christian Life Committee to condact 
a rampaixn in 1958 to raise $no<i.ooo 00 which was the amoant 
unpledged in the Christian Higher Education Campaign and need- 
ed to implement the progrsm of work initiated by the Committee. 
Th<i- campaign was supervised by the firm. Ward. Dreahman and 
Relnhardt, New York. New York. Campaign receipts have totaled 
1197.508 50 Campun Christian Life s share of the Chrtatian 
Higher Education Campaign gifts was $163,333.66 to Deceiiih«r 
31. 1960. Interest earned on savings haa totaled IS.IS0.85. The 
Board of Christian Education contributed SSS.OOO.OO from its 
challenge funds The disbursements include 1958 campaign ex- 
pense* of $40,450 89 Capital expenditures in college areas 
totaled $314,313 50. The fund's balance of Caah oo Deposit and 
on hand at December 31, 1960. was $39,886.73 Details of the 
years transactions are shown oa Schedule — 7. The fand owed 
the Educational Institutions Savings Account $15,000 00 

The ststementa contained tn this report are baaed on the 
amounts aa shown in the tK>oks and records of the Synod's Office. 
The books were not rlosed until all funds for the year were re- 
ceived from the presbyteries In order that all receipts for the 
year January I. I960 to December 31. 1960. could be included 
Likewise, some expenses for the year were paid after December 
31. I960, and the eaah bslanrs shown herein are after includlag 
theee In the dlsbvrWMBeats 

We found a d«9oeltor'B forgery bond la force for $10,090 99; 



fire Insurance on contents of the office $10,000 00; blanket po- 
sition bond for $26,000.00 and open stock safe buglary. 

We found the books and records in balance and accurately kept. 

We wish to expreaa our appreciation for the courtesies extended 
Ufi and the aaslstanee and coop<>ratlon rendered by the entire per- 
sonnel, which greatly facilitated our work 

We examined the minute of the Secretary and found the ap- 
proved procedures currently adhered to. 

Very truly yours. 

A. T. ALUt!» A CoMPAjrr. 
Certified Publir Acnmntant$ 

By: JAMee A. Auxn 
Certified Public Accountomt 



S. OFFKTe Ar<X>rNT 

Finaaclal Hmtemenl 
January 1 — Decemt>er 31. 1960 



lacoRie: 

Presbytery Tax As*essmenti« 

Albemarle 

Concord 

Fayetteville 

Granville — *- 

KiBfs MounUln 

Mecklenburg 

Orange 

Wtlmlnglon 

Winston-Salem 



ToUl PreabTtery Tax 



Actaal A ltadce< 



t 3.307.18 
5.740.56 
6.S02.25 
4.017 63 
3.169 04 
11.466 16 
7.49496 
4.43973 
2.834.93 



t 3.307.11 
S.740.M 
6.tOSS5 
4.917.9S 
3,lltM 
11.466.16 
7,494H 
4.42973 
S.8S4.93 



menta 



$48,662.43 $48,653.43 



From Other Sources 

L. Richardson. Sr Tru«t Fii»d 

Piiating and Mailing Refaaded hf St. 

Andrew's Collets— Net above cost 
Graavllls Preahytery's Refuad to Office 

for Malatcnance 



119.99 

167 25 

tl.99 



Total Income 



$49,014.68 



QeDeral BttnUartt Salary 

Otlee SeereUrles Salaries 

SalaHea Paid Synod's Clerks 

JaaUer*! Salary ~ • 

8«etel ■waHty Taxes. ~~~^ 

OMHHral Secretary's Aaaatty CzpattM 
OffWip Life and Hospitallaatloa lasarance 
fMaramfia — office BMid aad BqatpiaeBt 
iiMral Secretary B Travel aad Gift for 
new aatonaobile 



J 7 

11 



,S«9 99 
.717.71 
li9.9t 
7S5.99 
S67.S3 
675.99 
255 09 
324.87 

853 43 



I 7.S99.99 
UJMM 
199.99 
IS9.M 
m.99 
971.99 
S99.99 



1.999.99 



n 



MINUTBS OF THl 



GeDerftl S^creUry's MasM Allowane* 

Offlo* lUnt 

TtlaplMW and Talasraph 

Light* and Wat«r ™. 

Office Supplia* - 

New B<]alpm«Bt — Camera 
Repaira and Upka«p of Office and Equip- 
ment 

Postage and Bxp r t M- 

Audit - 

Subecrlptlona to Papers. Joamala 
Synod's Council and Committees Bx- 

pensea ~ 

Synod's Moderator's Bxpensea 

Stated Clerks Association's Dnea 

Entertainment of Synod — 

Printing Minutes of Synod and Blae 
Book 

Fuel 

PaMtclty.— Cnta, Mat*, ate. 

Bank Senrice Ckargaa — 

Miscellaneous 

Support of Pre$bpt«Timn New ~ . 



1JM.M 
•4S.S4 
MI.SS 

1.840.24 
11.11 

S70.f7 
8S5.M 

32S.M 
ZSl.lff 

2.84fJS 

80.48 
2.S83.f9 

S.0M.S1 

St.Tt 

110.81 

789.81 

9.9M.4S 



Total Expenses 

Operating Deilcit 

Account Balance December 31. 



MO.M 
SM.M 

l.MO.M 

SOOM 

800.00 
900.M 
40t.M 
4M.M 

t.t8t.M 

1M.M 

78.M 

1.4M.M 

iM.M 

1M.M 
ItS.M 
•M.M 



1959 



849.821.04 I49481.M 

(I SM.88) 

2.024.18 



Account Balance December 81. 1980 | 1.217.79 



lar^tmr: 



a. Pabllc KrlaUoaa F'and 
Mtat^mrat of iBminr aad Esprni 
January 1, 1980 to December 81, 1980 

Aetaal 



tapport from Synod's OClea rnnd 1 t.Mf.tt 

■apport frona Ck«rek Bztaaston Pand •.NC.44 

SobflcrlptioMI .....^.m.^^.- . t-it 



Total Income 



$19,981.87 



|19,M«.M 

l«.«6t.M 



■ iprai 

Salary— Aaaistaat to Director of Public 

Relatlona 
Prtntlnc ... 
■Uif IMtag 



■Mlal Baearity 



TBial 
Incene In 



.-J 8.811.18 
11.4«tJI 
1.0M.11 

1.81t.fT 

iM.a 

8«.84 
S1J9 



8 8.548.M 

lt.4l4.M 
1JM.M 

IMjM 
ItMt 



.4l9.9tlJT ttf 5t§l« 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



•1 



b. PpesbylM-ian OflTlw Ilnildtiig Funil 

R«cript« jUBd Dlsl)urtM-tn<>aU 
January 1. !9&8 to Deeambar 81. 1980 



Balance On Deposit January 1. 1980 



Fortlir 
YaarlMO 

115.990.99 



Rrcflpta : 

Olfta — Women of Tbe Cbnrcta I 81.00 

OlfU— Other 8,206.11 

Gifts- For Memorial to Dr. ■. E. Oillea- 



Pte 

Intereat on Sarlnga. 

ToUl Receipts 

Totals 

IHsbunM>in«ata : 



1.0M.M 
881.11 



Printing aad Postage 

I.j«d— Building Site 

BuildlDg 

Furniture. Furnishings and Kitchen 

Equipment 
Landscaping 
Asphalt Paring and Curbs 

Intereat 

Trarel Bxpenae to Bay Femlture 
MoTlDg Exp«n«M— Labor aad Drayaga 

CoBaecr»tton Luncheon •■ - 

Telephone Connections and ChanglBg 

Laws MewOT. Wat«r Haoa and Supplies 
Changlac Safe OeaMMtlmi 
MlscellnM0M Lakor. B«f»UM and Yard 
Work RalaUve to New Batldlag 



I 1.718.11 
79.530 40 



7.808.87 

798 81 

1.708 50 

94.73 

11.92 

234.18 

18274 

141.81 

M1.11 

18.18 

141.19 



Total Disbursements 
EUlance Due General Fand 



Touata 
IB^l'M 



8ie.3C2.Sl 
17.038.81 

901.81 



8 9.M8 43 $19,348.78 



$28,989.41 $19443.78 



$ 3.871.48 

1.408.00 
79.830 40 

7.808.87 

798.88 

1.708.80 

M.78 

11.91 

114J8 

181.74 

143.81 

MUl 

18J8 

i«a.i9 



$91.8t8.M $98,919.81 



$88.8W87 $88.89887 



a iMBUmAS Hli.HKR BDirATloN rAkfPAlGN AOOOtNT 

KAI.KICJH i»FFH'K 



tmmtn L ItM to 



Bocrlpte: 

Otfta—OMb on Paldgaa 

Gift s Ba c nr t U ai Ra as tfai 
Inuraal •• V. M. 



IL 1980 



,$1477.088.01 

81J7804 

31991 



ToUl Reeel^ 



$1.48I.M«li 



V 
92 



MINUTES or THE 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



IH»bur»eiiirata : 

Campftlgn Exp wa— Through 12-3 1-66 
Subsequent BxpcBM* 

Total DlsburMm«nu 



SUMMARY OF STATEMENT 



nMMTt 

I 17tJ0I.Tl 



other DUburwmeoti: 

Traniferred to CoosoHdated PrcNibyterlaii CoUage 

Fund. Inc.. C. E. B«nan. Treasurer $l.n».47I.M 

' Trannfer* to Campos ChrUtUa Life Caapfttfa Pvnd lUJSI.M 
/ Funds Sent Direct to P«<*e College l.fl 



Total Diiibursements 
Total Funds on Hand December 31. IMO: 

Caak Ml Depc^lt— Wachorla Bank and Trust 

Company. Raleigh, N C 
Cash on Hand— N. C. Synod's Offlea 

Total Funds On Hand December 31. IfM 



ti.4i7.on.to 



I Sl«78 
1.12} 00 

ll.MIJI I1.MI.7S 



PRBMBYTKRIAM CAMTVn mUmiAN UPB 
CAMFAION nSD 

Re<>Hpts aad IMs bT ee m cata 
[>ece«her I. lfS7 to December 11, 1M» 



Re«'cipta: 

From 19M Campaiga „ ». 

Intercut Barn»-d „... .^ .i.,., , i,...,..) ..- 

From ItSI Campalgm 

Fducat tonal Institutions Loan (Stnltsi 

Challenge Fund OlfU 

Bank Loan . ■....^■.,, .— 



iHobu 




ToUU Bipensea 



Other D 

l^sat Carolina College 
( hspel Hill 
Woaaa's Cottage 

Dake UnlTWidtf 

Weet Ralel^ „.. 

Payment on Baak 



tlt3.3SIM 

lf7.MtJ« 
ll.«M.tt 
tS.fM.M 

$411,171.91 



I U4«.ll 

SIJ1«.T1 

4.9tl tt 

. • t.7M M 

-1 

I 41.97l.n 



.^ lUiMM 



1I.M9.M 

t.499.M 

74JM«.M 

ia7i.7M.n 



Ret-elpts 
Disbursements 



|411.C7t01 
371.7tS.tS 



Funds on hand Dec 31. INO | S»,tg«.7l 

8. CX»NTlNOBNT SAI^RY ¥\Sl* 
RiM-HptJi and D<Hbnrwt>jncBt« 

l-iBaBcUi Htatniueat 
January 1. IMO to December 31, 19M 

Iti'Cf'Ipln : 

From Presbyteries 

Albemarle 

Coacord 

majrvfterflle 

CranvUle 

Kings Mountain 

Mecklenburg 

Orange 

Wilmington 

Winstnn-Salem 

Total Receipts 

IM»burM*mcnts: 

I^an U) Christian Kducatlon 

Contribution to Campus Christian Life Fund for I 
Operatinx Deficit 

Total Dlsbursem*-nl8 

Balance Due from Synods Oeaeral Fund 

KI!^AX<1Ai, HTATKMKNT 
«. RKIOLVIlSCi HALARY FIND — BALANCS 

December SI. IMO 
Avftft*: 
In Account with Sysed's Oeaeral Fund— Share of 
Cash on I>epoatt 



1 8C7M 


1.614.IS 


l.«37.t4 


19939 


1.110 41 


3.7M.47 


1.9M.4C 


78734 


470.37 


|13.9i9.IS 


1 4.00«.e9 

la 


t.ll«l7 


1 €.130.17 


1 CJM.M 



I 1.044 04 



I'MRil liNlance: 

Balancf December 31. 19§9 



tl4.M«M 



L<«M Aiaount loaned to Chrlattaa Kducatlaa 

In 19&9 Cancelled by Synod 7.i 

Lees AraouBt loaned to Inter Ch arch Rela 
tlons Paad In I9&« Cancelled by Synod 
See 19M Miaate<i. 1.03«« 



d 



Balance r>eceraber Si. 1 



t 4 04 4 •< 



U MINUTBS or THE 

T. iNfrmxTioNu or synod 

Ci»M|»aniCl«p HUtiWBt of Baljwce Sbeeto •! 
lUy SI, 1961 ami May SI, IMO 

1 Lanrlnbarii Arcouat 



AMM'ta 


Majr SI.IIMl 


May SI. IMS 


Canh in Banks 


1 12.544.04 


1 98.971.it 


Honda —« .- 


4.405. IS 


1.099.809.90 


I'r«'ft'rr»»d Stocks 


5.217 <S 
215.080.14 


28.497 IS 


Common Stocks j^-- 


273.530,89 


InvHHtrnt-nt Trusts 




2.400.00 


MortKage I^ians 


9.173.34 


10.000.00 


Bavlnss and Loan Assoclattons 


124.4fK.Cf 





Land 


330.148 fS 


330. 148. OS 


Improvements other than Buildinss &72,1S1.1B 


298.019.01 


Bulldlnss 


1.482.84».fl 


191.S00.49 


t 


$2.765.51C 01 


IS. 381. 278. 41 


UttUUtim 






Accounts f'ayabl« 


.1 118.72 


1 124. 8S 


Notfn* Payable .— 


tt.OOO.OO 


35.000.00 


8p<>cUl Funds .«_ 


142.483 88 


137.555.78 


Capital Funds 


2.587.913 43 


2.158.597.84 




12.755. <15 01 


n.3si,nt.4i 




Maf SI. IMl 


May SI. ISSS 


lt«-rrip«N 






Lucy Stt^le Memorial Fund 


- t 


1100,000.00 


rhrititlan HiRher Education CampalCS- •t.7fl.4K 


98.128.72 


Laurinburg Champaign __ 


408.114. 18 


8it,10A.04 


Bond Interest 


3».554.«8 


S7.75S.0S 


Capital Oain from 8a)« of Bondi 


1.087.11 





Capital Gain from Sale of Stocks-Net 2S. CI I.St 


t43 40 


Capital Gain from Bale 






of Inveatment Trust 


2 00 





t>ttt(i<>nds Received 


4.929 23 


5.S99.81 


Interest Received 


4.199 77 


3.S0S.SS 


Rents Received 


«.Stl.l7 


8.70i.iO 


Conservation Reserve 


191.80 


iOO.OO 


Dtstrtbtttion from Inveatneat Trast 110.0® 


4000 


Miscellaneous Contributions 


587.18 





Smyth Family Loan Fund 


SiO.Ot 


— — 


Total Recalpts 


8591.011.18 


lies. 438 7r 








■t. Aadrsws PraabrtartAB Oellaca. 


lac. 1 7l.iOO.00 


1 4i.tSt.4S 


M. Andrews Praabytartaa Coliaffa, 


lac. 




Construction Ae«o«Bt 


74.tiO.00 


— — 



General Expense 
Office Expense 



8YN0D or NORTH CAROLINA 

S.S09 44 
3.490.30 



4.12S.50 
3.180.9S 



Total Disbursements 



1158.086.74 I iS.i41.84 



Disbursements for the construction of 
buildings and other improvements are 
not shown in the above disbursements as 
as they were charged directly to IMant F"unds 
Excess of Receipts Over Disbursements 1432.945.59 



$448,891.18 



h. Peace iBstltate, lac. and Peace CoHece 

Coadenitrd Htatemeat of Asm-Ui aad l.iabillUea 

Jaae 30, 1981 



.lasets 

Current Funds 
Endowment Funds 
Plant Funds 



IJabllitleii Aad Fuada 

Current Funds 
Endowment Funds 
Plant Funds 



8 14. SSI 39 

304.934 10 
531. 182. 83 



I 14.721 It 
304.934.10 
531.182 8t 



1850. 818. SS 



IliO.Slt.SS 



<'on<lenM>d Hiatcment of iacome aad Kxpeasea 
FtaraJ Year Kndln« June SO. ISSl 



iacome 

Academic Department 

Other Departments 

Endowment Income 

Gifts 

Other Income 

Total Income 



1101.170.14 

. 1S1.894 CI 

S3. 450 21 

. 4i,927 89 

7.441. SS 






1317.590 57 



Academic Department 1108,010.11 

Art Department 4,530.80 

Music Departmeat .-, 14,433.80 

Bookstore 9.788 iS 

Dining Hall - iS.iS4.li 

Dorn.ltorle* . 18.718.04 

Htating Plant _..*— IS, ISO IS 

Lsundry .._* -- 4.710.14 

General 18,72X.S7 



Total Bspeoaaa .. — 

Excess of Income over Expens* 



8314.345 37 
I S.S4i.S0 



•♦« MINITTES OF THE 

c. The l»r»^b> t«Ti»n Home, Inc. 

High Point. North Carolina 

CoBtlfRMMl Htal<»ni«*nt of Aaaetn and lilabliltirs 
Year Ended I>«ceniber 31. 1980 

OlMTNlinic Kund: l<MO iMt 

Caah I 28.078.tf I If.ftiJO 

InvMtm*nta .-;.-... 18S,2S0.S7 110,728.M 

Acrru»Hl Intercut Rw#lTabl# 292.38 711.M 

Arcnuntii Reri»i»able— Synod 1.771. 18 l.tStJt 

Advanrea to Emplofaaa 428.19 tl4.lt 

Due from Capital Pqnd 4.4S7.8S 47.i7f.tt 

Total Aawta I 200.477.tt | 17t.8l8.tO 

Liabilities and nurplua: 

Arrounm Payable 8 24.771.41 I 22.128.72 

Rnvrve for Membem' Care 180,848.21 liijit.1t 

Total Llabllttiwi .^ . t 20S.317.72 I 178.282.tt 

I>encU „ (4.840.49) (4.784.82) 

Total Llabttltln A Svrplaa f 200.477 22 I 173.818.2t 

( apltal Knnd: 

AaartM : 

Canh S It2.tt0.0i I 74Jit4t 

PledKM Receivable 177.iiiJi 

InreatmeBts 77.40t.fl 101477.42 

Accrued Interest Receivable 888.ft Stt.i7 

Prepaid Inferenl . 180 44 8f.08 

Fixed AsM'ta _„ l.lO€.34SSt tSt.244 ft 

Total AKaets .«„-„ . tl.St4.78S.07 tl.lti.tSltt^ 

Ltabllltiea: 

Depoatta oo apartments 8 2f.tt0.t8 I 27.S28.7t 

Notes Payable 48.044.18 38.ttt.ft 

Accounts Payable ..... ■..., S.Sft.tl |2t4 

Due to Operating Fund 4.4S7 BS 47,Stt.tt 

Fund Capital 1.42 7.072 87 1.02 1.i(ft t.t4 

Toul Llabllltiea tl.S24.7li.07 fl.lti.til.tt 

r«t«Mleiiiaed fMatemetii of Imcomm aad Ka puM * OyerttaMT FamI 
Tear Ended Oeeeaiker tl. Iftt 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



f7 



laroMtr : 

Membem of tbe Hooie 

Presbrteriee 

Mothers Day Offerlag 

Ckarehea 

WeoMS of tbe Cbareh 



1 



14t.t««S0 


1 144J71.17 


tt.tl4.07 


Hjti.r7 


ltjtt.t7 


UJit.fO 


tti.tt 


701144 


UM 


HIM 



Miscellaneous Con 

iBveatmeat* 

Other 


tributionx 
Over Expe 




242.lt 
7.t84.2S 
2.8M.7S 


niji 

t.tl4.f7 
ttCti 


K\pewH>: 

Admin tstrativf 

Heuelmld 

Dietary 

Medical 


8 


200,288.07 

ti.tt4.t7 
Sl.tftli 
SS.liO.tt 
87.tOf.99 


t If0.t47.10 

t3.i82.38 
4tjtf.7t 
it.41t.iS 
48.tSt.ft 


Total Exyaaaaa 


1 


200.834.03 


1 17fjn.t2 


Bxeees of Inctime 


nsea 




8 10.848.18 



Bxoeaa of Expens«4 Over Income 



(S7i.f«) 



4. Pr<-«b>icHNn JunUir ( ullrftr, .Vfaiton, N. <'. 

tDtvlaion of Consolidated Presbyterian Collefte. Inc ) 

Audit Report. May 31, 1981 



Vi 



H(Ntrm#«t of Amrim a»d IJabilllles 



.%Mep«s: 

Current: 

(!ash 

Accounts receivable 

iBVWMorles » 

Note* Reeetvable 


May 11. 
IMl 

8 3t.831 40 

11.349.07 

S.S79.88 

27.711.38 


M«| .11. 
ltt«0 

8 11.S24.8S 
8.879.38 
8.818 S2 

n.237.18 


lnrr«>ai.r 
l»«MTea«ic» 

S28.1087S 
10.781 89 
1.228.84* 

18,474.18 


Equipment 
Lai^ and Buildings 
Stocks. Bonda A Other 
Investments 


84J71 71 

8S.SS794 
if8.f2S29 

222.816.23 


2S.8S7.7t 

82.138.88 

t2S.784.07 

297.S93.tt 


48.813.98 

8.421.28 
28,88878* 

ii.tti.u 



TOTAL ASSETS tl.tflJ7t.t7 |1.041,17t.lt lit.198 11 

l4aMlitle« and Harplns 
Current: 

Account* Payable 41. Ml 84 ttJ4& 89 18.286 98 

Surplus Acruunts l.©49.a8.83 l.tlMtt.47 38.912 It 



TOTAL LIABILITIES 
AN!) SURPLUS 



II. •81470.27 81.041.172 It tSt.ltt.ll 
HIatrtHml of lN4-«>«tc and K»|M-nditarr« 



iaC(MBM> It* 

Sti^Mlt iMNMne 
I 



Htudent Store Ii 
UlBlBg Hall ll 
UmrmMorj ii 
Ba«k fltM« Ineome 
otber Operfttnir Inrame 



8I38.S68.29 

tf.3M.07 
lt47t.lS 

n,tu.u 

174tt.0t 

itj7iJi 

tjf7.t6 1288.179 2t 



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Instrurtlnnal ExiH«nB« 
Plant Exi>**n»e 
Dining Hall Exp«*n9«> 
Library Exp»*n(i«» 
(ieneral A Administrative 
Book Stor»> Exp^'nsp 
Student Store Expen*e 
Miacellaneotu 

Total Operatlnf CipvnM 

OperatlBK Lona— Before OKU 

Add Olfla Rpceiv.d 

I^im Re*frirt»'d (Jifta 



83.44494 
42.fi97.fi« 
9O,7407» 

2.16228 
83.99265 
n.271 30 

9.76R.71 
30,244.58 



49.231.12 
2.612.50 



Exc^M of Current Inrome over Current Expena« 



804.222.8e 
( 1S,04S.M) 

4«.«18.«2 
I S0.S7S.12 



9. l»r«^b>t«Tl«n ChlMwn'ii Honw- 
Barium Spring*. North Carolina 

<\>fnl«»in^<! Mtali-ment <»f .^••et* anil IJabtlttlea 



AM«(a: 

Endowment Eund* 

Capital Fund* 
Op4-ratinK Fund 
InMuraoce Rowrve Fund 



liaMUtlca: 

Endowment Fund* ^ — - 

Capital Fund* , .. 

Operating Fund 

Inaurancc RMcrre Pand 



S«>pl.80. lOAO 

I 802.310.77 

2.S30.2OS.13 

28S.03S.«S 

42.480.82 



Hept.8O.ltS0 

f 725.700.17 

2.275.247.33 

207.459.08 

3»,C18.M 



|S.«tO.OMJ7 |344S.0Si.48 



802.810.77 

1.880.805.13 

28S.e38.«5 

42.480.82 



725.700.17 

2.276.24783 

207.4&i03 

St.llS.fS 



|S.tM.M0.S7 18.148.015.48 



<'«MidrKMHl H(alm««t of Inrome ami Kx|»rndllure« 

Year Ending September 80. IMt 

i^lMTBtlng Innttne: 

Contrlbutlunn from Treabyterlea 8 213.878.82 I liMM-M 

The Duke Endowment 11.848.50 llJM.n 

Rectiptu from iegacie* and truftn 23.385 78 IS.tft.W 

Memorial Educ Fund Cuntributlon 2.483 •• 

Interent. dividend* and rents 25.M8.82 21.117 73 

Orsaalntlona and Indlvldttala 9.088.17 i.74».fO 

It by relative*, etc 28.18t.70 10.»tt.l7 

of Farm Prmlurta 29,828.19 19,602 04 

OtlMr t.&8».67 7.47791 



E^pmdltMrffi: 

Adminl»*tratlTe 8 47.279.88 8 45.877. 57 

Household 116.877.11 117.48093 

Health - 8.17306 8.471.41 

Eduratlon 18,693 06 19.353.18 

ChrlBtlan Education 4.344 16 3,4S1.«3 

riant op<>rati(>n and maintenance 37.382.31 39,294.88 

Extra institutional nj-rvicea 7.475.07 5.277.49 

Farm, dairy, orchard and poultry 41,454.94 34.270.46 

Provision for retirement plan 5.000.00 5.000.00 

R»'pain« and replarempntti — sperial 40.000.00 8,285 97 



I S28.879.62 f 288.748.80 



Exrefn of Inrome ovpr Expenses 



I 19.082.41 I 29.84488 



t. Que««a Col lege 

Charlotte. North Carolina 

<VHid«*n«MHl Htatem4*nt uf Aaarts and Liabilities 

June 30, 1980 



.%IMI<>tl> 

General F*und 
Agency Funds 
Plant Fund 

Special Funds Account 
lowraent Fund 



Total all Funds 

l.iMblllllm 

General Fund 
Agf'iicy Funds 
Plant Fund 

^^•cial Funds Account 
Bidownent Fund 

ToUl all Funds 



8 69.476.23 

38.351 29 

3.754,679.17 

1..S:J3.S93 48 

1.458.188.87 

l8.864.St8.84 



8 89.476.23 

88,351.29 

3.754,679.17 

1.533.693.48 

1,458.188 87 

18.864.388.84 



€>—<«■■< il Htat«nM*Bl of Income and Kfp«>n««« 
Placal Year Ending June 30. 1960 

imrmmr 

Edurattoual and OeiMral — 

Aaxiliary EnterprlsM and Artirltlee 



I SU.TtfM I Slf^tl It 



Sladent Aid 
T^al iBcone 

Ftprwdlture* 

Educational and (ieneral .... 

Auxiliary Entt^rprlsM and ActiTitlM 
Stadent Aid 

Total Expenditures 

Income In Exceea of Exj^ndliures 



8 555.199.76 

311.293.37 

18,849.81 

J U6.34295 



8 643.999.84 

187.115.11 
84,496.47 

8 876.flO.4S 

I f.TSlSS 



]»« MINTTKH OK THE 

g. I'ntoa Tl»rol€»u»r«l HemlnJin 
RJchmond Virginia 

< 'nn«k>tiM-4l HmtPiiM'nl of Amm^m •»«! M"blllll«i 

March 31. IfCl 

Permanent Fundn »^S^;Ji;? 'IHlIllJ? 

Plant runda 2.«87,S02.S. 2.M»,tl»4I 

Total All Fund. $»,480.«71.M M.jrT.TTf.M 

IJabUHlMi 

Pannanent Funds •^••**-2»l *2 *!Jltill J? 

Pl.nt F«nd. ^Vrl*ilfr ' ?-- ut 51 

Cnrr«nt Funda 10t.r74e5 ^"-^^^^S 

ToUl All FtiiKto --..^ f«.4f«0.i71 M |S.M7,77t.M 

f'cmde'BMHt Ht«l«'mp«t of Inromr- and IE»p«^»r»i 
Plaeal Y«ar Ending March SI. Itll 

1^^ IIMIS 

Kndowment InTeatm«nU I «|i;***i * ^SMII 11 

Student Feel, 70.fi70.M 74.811.14 
rontrlbutiona Chnrchea and 

Ac*Drl«M _ fl.471.41 M.SlO.iT 

Traat Fund* AdmlalaUrad by ...,.-. 

Othera l«.14l.»4 4141I.7» 

■ mh.7 fSrome »MM.»« 17.M«.M 

Auxiliary * Sundry ._ (l.tS1.7i» 

ToUl Income • 581.177 »» I 6«7.7Si.Sl 

Kxprmmtmtm 

AdmlBlatntlva Md 0«neral t lW.W4.4f t JWf7»" 

Inatructlonal »"!J!" "M?! !f 

Retirement BalartM ^ t.»7i.«S *'1]Aa 

Mtudent Aid I7.fll.41 ».fl«.t4 

Ht^Jr.lFtnd. •i.llt.M M.W»W 

ui^raUon^and Maintenance ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ 

Mlacell«B*oaa Eip«ndlture« l,Oi«.*» l.ltO.OO 

Tout Kxpandltnrw t M4.»7>.14 I WJT.79 

Exr«M of larorae orwr Bxpanaaa ^. i. . ., «-, «. 

Before Adjuntment • It.Wt.il I ll.tli.W 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



1*1 



N. I'AI'KRH AN'U MKCl KITIKH 

111 (Vriificaie of hu-orpiiration (Church Bxlenaiunt 

( J » Hnnd of TreaaurtT of Synod 

t ;t I Insurance i'oliriea 

• 4) Fedtral Tax Kxt-nipiluu iKxunifnt 

I .'. I lH-«dB: Canipua Chriatlan Life Prop«rt> : 
|H» aie«>nville — GUiat Carolina CuUeice 
(b» GrfH'niiboro — Woman'n Coll«^« 

II I Ii*'edi>: Church Extenaton 
Wharton Estate Property 

(a I Si*4 TUden StreH. Kalelitb. N. C 
«bi 506 Tllden Strt^t. Raleigh. N C 
(c» 5t»8 Tllden Stret-t, Raleigh. N. ( 



I I I 



lii'«>d: OffKf Uuilding. Wade Avenue. Raleigh. N. 1 



(<it Cuplea of WilU: 

(a) McCalluin Eatate 
(b» Wharton Estate 
(c» Thoiiiaa Lee Wllaon 

(tl Kond of Trnaavrer of A T. McCalluni EaUte. 



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(AdmlMiNtriitloa, Annual M.-r-Ung, i>ubllrlt) 
CV>Ritnltt<^ Kiftenur*. etc) 

SaUrl«« 

Salariei of Clerks of Syood 

Social Sw^arlty 

MinlBter* A Employe* Annuity Fund 

InsuraBc« (Oronp. Life, and Hotpttal) 

Travel ExpcnM* (N«t) 

ManM Rent 

Amortlutlon of Syaod'i Office Building 

TeI<>phone and Telegraph 

Office Sappliea 

Equipment (New) 

Repair* ft I'pkeep — Office * Equipment 

f'oatage and Eipreea 

Audit 

Hubrtcriptiuna 

t'uuncll and Committee Expenaee 

Moderator'! ExpeBtee 

Duta Stated Clerks' AMOciation 

Entortalnmeat of Synod 

Printing MlBVtee of Synod and Blue Book 

Public Rotations (Presbyterian News) 

Bank Service Charges 

l>«b)l<-ity (CaU. mats, etc.) 

Mlarellaaeoua 

BUILDING 

Janitor 

iDsaraaee. Fire. PUte Class. Public Liability. 
Contents. Workmen's Compenaatlon. elc. 

Heat and Lights 

Wal^r 

Janitorial Supplies 

U rounds Upkeep 

Building Supplies 

Building and Equipment Maintenance 



OK WORK — IM8 

and Promotion. 

I20.500.UU 

150.00 

442.00 

«75 00 

SSK.OO 

1.000. OU 

1.800.00 

1,(90.00 

l.SM.OO 

1.400.00 

COO. 00 

50«.0U 

l.t»«.00 

400.00 

210.00 

3.000.00 

100.00 

80.00 

2. 400. 00 

S.0««.00 

ii.ao«.9«* 
its.«« 

50.00 
700.00 



S.i4«.»« 

500.00 
1.200.00 
100.00 
300.00 
10.00 
190.00 
100.00 

167.007 OO* 



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IV. REPORTS \OF EXECrXIVE COMMITTEES 



A. REPORT OF EXECITTIVE COMMITTEE ON 
CAMPUS CHRISTIAN LIFE 

\U\. Ak(IIIkG. M«Kj», Chairman 

Th*" Eierutlve CommittfH- of Campus ChrlBtlan Life rompleles Its 
nmt year of Kf-rvlre to th«> Synod of North CaroMna with an Increaa- 
InK awaroneim of Its reKponslbllity to the Synod and the opportun- 
Itl.a. challengt>. and nwda of th«> ministry to I'resbyterlan atudeDts 
in the educational institution* in North Carolina. 

PROGRAM: In addition to the work currf-ntly condartpd at Duki- 
rnlversity. East Carolina College. KayettevlUe State Teaihora Col 
lege. North Carolina State College. University of North Carolina. 
Wake Forest, and WomanV Cllege of INC. two new projccU have 
been approved 

( 1 t The development of a Ministry to Student Nurses in th« Pr«»- 
bvterlan Hospital. Charlotte. N. C, and among the student nur«M iB 
the greater Charlotte ana This is a pilot program for which the 
Synod is re<elvlng ehallenge funds from the General Assembly. 

(2) The establishment of a Metropolitan Ministry In the greater 
Raleigh area. This ministry will eipress Itself in relationship to 
the students enrolled In North Carolina 8Ute. Meredith College, 
8t Marys. Peace. Shaw University. St. Augustine College. Rex 
Hospital School of Nurses, and the new Wake County HosplUl 
School of Nursing. 

Recognlxing its responsibility to plan and direct leadership edan- 
tlon for campus ministers, local Campus Christian Life Commltteea. 
and Westminster Fellowi«hlp advisors, the program committee 
conducted a Workshop on the Inter varsity Christian Fellowship UuM 
fall and plans a training Institute for these workers and advisors 
In the fall of 1961. 

The increasing student population Imperatively demands that the 
CCC Ministry reach more effectively a higher percentage of Prea- 
byterlan students and non preference students on the college cam- 
puses It is estimated that there are 8.100 Presbyterians In all 
Institutions of higher learning In North Carolina this session, com 
pared with 7.184 last year. Ian Increase of 916). (.632 the year 19&8 
1M9 and 6.270 In 19&S-1I66. 4.W)0 Presbyterian students are now 
enrolled In the Institutions served directly by the Campus Christian 
Life Ministry There are between 5.000 and lOOiHt students In North 
Carolina institutions of higher education who give no denomina 
llonal preference. 

It should be kept In mind that there will be over 12.000 Prasbjrta- 
rtaa eludcnts In all of our colleges by 1976 The largest perreotac* 
«»r these students will be enrolled In the Institutions for which Um 
Campus Christian Life Ministry is responsible. Immediate pro 
visions must be made to guarantee an effective ministry to this 
barfeonlng student population. 

PERSONNEL: The Reverend Phillip J Lee was called as a 
Campus Christian Life pai>tor at the University of North Carolina 
and began his work In September 1960. He succeeds the Reveread 
Harry E Smith who resigned to eagace upon graduate study. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



107 



Officers elected to the Synod Westminster Fellowship Council are 

Miss Elizabeth Hill, Meredith College 

Mr WVndell Manuel. University of North Carolina 

Miss Sandra Trlckett. Qm-ens College 

Mlsi* Hill succwds Mr Albert Keller of Davidson College, who ren- 
dered a year .t outi<tandlng service and leadership in the Westmin- 
ster Fellow-hip of the Synod. 

Three student Centers are understaffed with the result that the 
expansion and effectiveness of the program Is gr«atly <urtalled In 
each of these Centers. Duke, North Carolina State, and University of 
North Carolina, there are at least 1.000 Presbyterian preference 
stud-nts The Campus Christian Life Manual, which Is the basis 
for the work of the Synod, directs that where there are more than 
800 Presbyterian preference (»tHdenfH. additional personnel should 
be employed. It stands to reason. In the complexity of the modern 
University that It is virtually lnip4>s«lhle for one worker to minister 
effettlvely to a 1.000 students The Synod's Committee fares con 
finiions frustration In the direction and supervision of a vigorous 
and vital campus mlnl^frv because of th.- Insufficient funds provld«>d 
for this work 

FINANCE The Sub-<ommltli'e on Finance has carefully studied 
the history of the Synods support to the Campus Christian Life 
Ministry, the Immediate needs for th.* oi>eratlonal expense of the 
work, and the projections for lonu riingf ntud-* for iMilh oper.ttlonat 
exiH nse ind capital outlay 

CAPITAL FUNDS CAMPAIGNS The r.sult- of the 1956 and 
IS.'iv rampalKnw for Capital funds as of January 1, 1961. wt-re 



Pledged to CCL in 1956 and 1958 
Received by CCL from cam|>algns 

Balance due on Campaigns of 1956 and 195»< 



|4<;9.026 
3O4.240 (tt%) 

1164.786 



The Importance of speeding the collection of thei»e pledgee Is para- 
moont in view of current obllgntions and projected long range plana. 
Manv changes have o<curred In fh- CCL flnanclal structure since tha 
campaigns for capital funds first ts-pan in 1956. We are now operat- 
ing at five of our Centers In building" whose eoets were provided 
or shared In by Synod 

CXX l*ropert> lN-vel«|Mil with H>»«mI A III 

Ciipttal Umpptirt fr»m KpmiMl 
tunignatra Paid r, Paid 

('ha|N>l Hill 
N. C. State 
I>«ke 
WCUNC 
East Carolina 

Total |&M.Ote $ltO.0Cl 71.01 

As of June 15, 19«1. $136,330 In pledgee were still oulstaodlng 
against needs of |1 27.»«« The table above doea not take Into aceoaot 
the neds of FayUtevllle Staf<- Teachers College. Wake Forest, or 
ll» Charlotte area 



1265.000 


f2l5.00lt 


8113 


90.000 


74.500 


«.7i 


SS.0M 


71,250 


113.82 


3«.Mt 


14.313 


4771 


30.MM 


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108 MINUTES OF THE 

('■plUil Kand CampjUffn of I960 fur th«* HMnrtuar) 
nf the Lluipel Hill <'hnrrh. 

Th^ Synod of 1»C0 authorised a campalKn for $154,000 lo help 
build the new sanctuary at Chapel Hill, and th* Trusteea were 
authorlied to borrow up tt> two-thlrdB of the money pledsed. Tba 
Exerutire Committee on CCL was then handed the reaponaibtltty 
of ralslnx this HMBey. The present utatuM of thia campaign Is 
difficult to deflae baeauae some of the pledgea are "hard" and some 
are "wift". while some Preabyterlen have not cooperated at all. 

9154,(MM> Chapel Hill Namiuar) ('«in|MlKn of IfMM 
fledgtt Obtained From AmomnI 



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Mecklenburc 

Concord ....^.^.., 

Winston Ralem ..i.......... 

Kings Mountain 

L. RIchardaon Trust 

Subtotal ("hard" pledgeit) 
Wtlrolaicton r'soft" pledge i 



$ 25.000 
tt.OOO 

19M0 

li.M* 

I.Mt 
144*0 

I1M4M 



A negative re»puiiM> was obtained frotu Fsyettevllle Praabytcry 
No clear reaponae has been obulned from either Albemarle or 
Oranvllle. 

ANNUAL Ol'KRATlNO BUDGETS FOR CCL 

The annual operatins budgets bava baaa alowly Incrattaing daring 
I ha paat few jraars The rata of tncrsnaa. bowavar. haa not baM 
il to the lncr««aa In stadMit perHntlM or to tha bm< m 
. by tha CCL eoMBiUtee A largs ■»» axials at »r«aMit b»- 
twsM tba bmlgats aatbortsed by the Sy^d ma4 tha fnmda cMtilbtit- 
ed by the cbarcbes constituting Synod. Tbhi bti i ga f ry gap hM 
a«o«ated to approstmately 40% of the aatborlMd b«dg*t dartaf 
tha past several years. 

Hereat Anaual BiMlgrta for CanHPHs (ItrUUaa Life 

IM7 IMM 1M« IMO IMl 

Budgets accepted 
by Synod M7.7S0 t4Ml« IM419 M7.tl» I774M 

Paynaata by 

Churches 17.0«t 17404 fl.44J 41.«77 7 



Bvdceiary Gap 

!■ dollars - IIO.MI |1S,«M 
!■ par east — »% — 4«^ 



-IM.M7 

-49% 



-ISC4M 
— lf% 



The praaaara of tacraaslng student toads Implies that our receipts 
must be Increaaad rapidly If we arc not to loa« grouad. 

UySQ RANGE CAPITAL NBBOS— Na« bnlMings will be raqalrad 
at both Oreeaville and (ireeaahar* vtthta tba next several yaara. 
la fart, archltectursi otadles hsve siready begun at Oreen«horo. It 



Is also likely that structures will be required eventually at Fayette- 
vlUa. Wlnston-Salem. and Charlotte Community College. 

It aasmi Justlflable, ther(>f<>re, to state the needs for capital Im- 
pn»T«BMnU for lt<5-70 as being roughly $375,000 to be divided 
eqaally ($76,000) among WC UNC. BCC. FSTC. Wake Forest, and 
Charlotte Community College. 

The present operational budget requirements are $7».77i and for 
IIC5-70 are projected at a minimum of $137,500 which means that 
the present level of Synod's cunt ribut Ions (approximately $43,000) 
moat be doubled Immediately and tripled by 1945. 

SYNODICAL CAMPAKJN FOR A NEW CENTER AT WOMAN'S 
COLLEGE. A campatgn for $50,000 to ere«t a new Student Center 
at Woman's Collie. UNC. will be conduced by the Women-of the 
Charch from October 1. 1»€1 thr<»UKh September 30. 1>C3 The 
Plaance Committee Is deeply indebted to the Women of the Church 
for their vision to undertake this significant project 

RECOMMENDATIONS: The posMlbllttles and the future devel«»p- 
mant of Campus Christian Life minlf<try In an expanding Mudent 
po^latloa are limited only by the Insufficient funds provided by 
Synod for this work The expansion and effect iveneaa of Campus 
(Christian Life Ministry in the next decade retil« squarely upon the 
hearts and In the hand» of the members of the Synod of North 
Carolina. 

Ke<-«Nninca«latloais : 

(1) That the annual Budget Aakinx be approved, accepted, and hon 
ored by the Presbyteries of the Synod of North Carolina 

(2) That all efforts be made to stimulate giving for CCL In tba 
churches, with the aim of tripling i f rom $43,000 to $137.0M> 
the annual operatinR budgets for CCL by ItiO. 

(SI That straanoas tforta ba made to collect the Iwlancee due on tha 
eaaphlina of l*M and IMS. 

(4) That each Pr«abytery appoint a Permanent Committee on CCL 
for the parpoaa <rf carrying the program to the membership aJ 
the Preabytarl aa . 

(SI That the Woroen^f the-<'hurth in the Synod of North Caroliaa 
be rommended and given full support and encouragement In 
their ltCl-43 campaign for the Student Center at Woman's Col 
lege. UNC. Greensboro 

(t) That Synod a4^K • budget for IMS for Campus Christian Ufe 
la the total amount «rf t7*,77€ 

(7> That pending the adoption of this Report. Synod bear an ad- 
draas by the Rev T. Hartley Hall. IV. Minister to Stadenta at 
North Carolina SUte College Raleigh. 



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111 



CAMPUS CHRISTIAN UFK AC<X>rNT 

(1) Ftnanrial Htatenient 
January 1. 1960 to December 31, 1960 



Inromr: 

From Preabyterlea: 

Aybemarle 

Conrord 

FayettevlIIe 

Granville 

KinKi* Mnantaitt . 

Mecklenburg 

Oranice ,.... 

WilminrtOB 

Winaton-Salem 



I 2.882.95 
4.9S6.75 

4.S4SOS 

2,997.88 
4.S53.19 
11.0S9 64 
6,36487 
2,618.45 
1.475.06 



Total From Preabyterlea 

From Other Sources: 
L. RichardioD. 8r.. Trust Fund 

Board of Education— ChallenRe 01ft«: 
For I'niTerslty of North Carolina 

Campus Worker 

For N C. State College Campua Worker 
For Duke Unlventlty Ciimpus Worker 

Support from ContlnKcnt Salary Fund 

MiM-ellancous 



170.00 



SOO.OO 

300 00 

2.000,00 

2.120.87 



Total Income 



Kvprni 

Support of Campus ChrlKtlan Life Work: 

Unlvemity of North Carolina $12,329.00 

N. C. State College 11.46800 

Duke Inlvemlty 6,637.0a 

Woman 8 College U. N. C 5.500.M 

Eaat Carolina College f.tl6.5S 

SUte TearntT!* College. FayettevlIIe. N. C. 1.800.M 
Weatmlnwter Fellowship SOO.OO 



Committee Bxpenaea . 

Audit 

(^ampus Christian Life Workshop 
Mlscellaneoas 

Total Budgeted Bxpenoea 
Challenge Gifts Forwarded 

TOTAL EXPENSES 



807.73 
&0.00 

267.86 
66.04 



$46,341 15 
2.600.00 



1050 



I 2.998.18 
4.674.08 

4.547.70 
1.164.7$ 
3.980 08 
10.091 84 
6.6K8.3S 
1.720.42 
2,678.17 



$41,083.84 $38,443.59 



190.00 



1.060.00 

150 00 

1.500.00 



200.00 



$45,974.71 $41,633.(9 



$10,175.00 
8.344.00 
5.075.00 
3,976.00 
6,026.00 
1,600.00 
9.(1 



$46.14953 $35,204.51 



563.98 
50.00 

48.66 



$35,867.15 
2.700.00 



Ciunpu« (lirijitlan IJfe Fund — Income and K\[»(>nM- KtalemenI 

January 1. 1960 to December 31, 1960 



Actual 

(2,966.44) 
2.966.44 



EXPENSES IN EXCESS OF INCOME 
FUND BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 1959 
FUND BALANCE December 31. 1960 



(t) Kkecutive CommUtfH* of CamiHif. ChrihiiMii Life ItuilKct — l»«a 



I960 



University of North Carolina 
North Carolina State College 

Duke University 

Woman's College. U. N. C 

East Carolina College 

Teachers College. FayetteTlUe 

Wake Forest College ..„ 

Synod's Westminster Fellowship 

Council 

Development A Assistance WF Work 

at Other Colleges and Among Student 

FEuraeii 
Training Fund Student Workers 
Committee Expenses 
Contingent Fund A MiBceHan«'ou^ 
Other Expenses r Mlscellanfousi 



600 



iiioi 



600 



1962 



17.277 


$18,260 


$18,501 


15.168 


14.907 


19.626 


12.393 


16.685 


13.627 


6.775 


6,656 


8.130 


6.912 


7.927 


7.624 


2.000 


2.822 


2.667 




600 


2.600 



3.000 


3.000 


2.100 




760 


1.000 


1.000 


IJMO 


1.(00 




3.000 


2.000 


2.600 


693 





$67,616 $77,800 $79,776 






$48,941.15 |tt^74( 



R REI»ORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

lUnr. jAvr-M K. FiwArrm. Chairman 

The Bxecatire Committer of Christian Education takes pleasure 
in presentlnn to the Synod a report of the year's worli and a pre- 
view of the plans for the ensuinx year. Your Committee Is ever 
mindful of the responsibility placed upon It by Synod, and we 
appreciate deeply the confidence of the Synod and anil for con- 
tinued support. It 1« our hope that this summary account will 
serye to acquaint Synod with the scope of the Committees func- 
tion*, plans, and accomplishments. 

DurinK the past year, the Committee has met several times 
as a whole, and has worked thruuKh subcommittee charged 
with particular areas of work. 



KeittoBal rarrdor 

Your Committee would be remiss did we not express appreel- 
atloB for the labors of the Reverend Robert Turner. ItepEinnal 
Director for the Synod of North Carolina. Mr Turner continues 
to Hive leadership In every phase of ChristUn Education. He 
poMMMS keen Inslicht Into the life and work of our Synod, and 
we rejoice la the development of the program of Christian 
Education under his leadership We ask for our Regiooal Di- 
rector the continued support and encouragement of the Synod. 

During the year, the office of the Regional Director occupied 
new facilities in a recently-constructed educational building at 
the First Presbvterian Church of Charlotte. Your Committee 
njiriMni appreciation to the First Presbyterian Church for 
splMtfM cfwparatlon In making these facilities available 



Children's Work 

Thrungh the Subcommittee on Children's Work, we have 
endeavored to make available to the Synod a program calculated 
to render every possible aid to those engaged In this field W« 
are increasingly aware that the gro*rth of the Church is predl 
caled in Isrge nieanure upon tb« foandations which are laid In 
the early years 

Vacation Church 8chi>ol Institutes have been conducted for 
directors asd teackers in the several areas of the Synod Such 
institutes were an^Ar the futdance of the Area Directors of 
Christian Education During 1»«0. 478 Vacation Church Schooln 
were held In the Synod with an enrollment of 33.7 7 2 pupils 
and 7.&ff adult workers 

Within the bounds of Synod are twelve Training Ceaters 
with teacher consultants Churcbee are lartted to make aae 
of theae Centers as means of better preparing their owe leader 
allip The locations of the Training (enters are aa follows 



SYNOD or NORTH CARt)LINA 



lU 



CY»a««H«at 

Mra. Quinton Holton 
llf Woodiynn Drive 
Charlotte, N. C. 

.Mrs W F Masten. Jr. 
1U4.1 East Mori head Street 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Mr*. Ben Campen. Jr. 
Red Springs. N. C. 



Mrs. Joseph V. Ruiiclta 
■£»% Mendenhall Street 
Ureensboru. N. C. 

.Mrs. Ted Eurey 

ROT South Poplar Street 

Mncolnton. N. C. 

Mrs. William L. Shoffner 
701 Willowbrook [>rlve 
Burlington. N. C. 

.Mr*. H. J. Oosting 
;'<4 2 University Drive 
Durham. N. C. 

Mrs Allen Brawley 
2*2 Rldgeway Avenue 
StatesTille. N. C. 

Mr*. Cecil E. Grayblll. Jr. 
Itl Dogwood Road 
.>5«at««vllle. N. C. 

Mrs. H S Howell 
.'SO Cherokee Road 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Mra. B. J Phtpp* 
1118 I'nion Street 
(harlott*. N. C. 

Mrs Robert 0.\ Bymin 
iiyrum Drive \ 
( harlotte. N. C.\ 



Training Center 

3-Year-Old Nursery Departmeat 
Paw Cre^k Presbyttriao Charoh 
Paw Creek. N. C. 

Kindergarten Department 
First Presbyterian Church 
Charlotte. N. C. 

4-and &-Year-01d Kindergarten 
Red Springs Presbyterian Church 
Red Springs, N. C. 

Kindergarten Department 
First Presbyterian Church 
Greensboro. N. C. 

Kindergarten Department 
First Presbyterian Church 
Mncolnton. N. C. 

Primary Department, 2nd Grade 
First Presbyterian Church 
Burlington. N. C. 



Primary Dept. 1st and 2nd Gri 
First Pr^byterian Church 
Durham. N. C 



Primary Department. 2nd Grada 
First Presbyterian Church 
Statesvllle. N. C. 

Junior Department, 6th Qrada 
First Presbvterian Church 
Stateavllle. N. C. 

Adult Department 

Urst Presbyterian Church 

ClMTlOCU. M. C. 

Adult Departmeat 

First PresbyterUui Churcli 

Chtirlotte. N. C. 

.\t'.ult Department 

Steele Creek Presbyterian Church 

Charlotte. N C. 



An Area laboratory School will be conducted In the Starmouat 
Presbjrterlan Church. Greensboro. N C. July If 21 Publicity 
has ba«l aent out regarding this iichool aad It I* hoped that an 
iBcraaahlC aamber of Churches will be represented. Classes 
for Iea4«r« In Nurnery. Kindergarten. I'rimary. and Junior De- 
iiartmaal* will be available 

At the recommendation of the Children's Work Sab-Coramltte*. 
the Executive Committee of Christian Kducatlon affirmed the 

•"1 for keeping alt Junior Resident Camps up to recofaisad 
rulards We bel|*>ve that there la wisdnm In th** recomiaaada- 
lum that preference' be given t i third v^sr Junior* at saull 
^amp*. 



114 



MINUTES OK THE 



Your Commltle* asks the cooperation of the Beveral Churches 
in reporting promptly to Synods Office •ctlvltlet Uklng pl««« 
In the «re« of Children* Work Such reporta at Un»« may 
•eem tedioua. yet they enable your Synod's Committee to plan 
more thoroughly 

Youth Work 

That Young People*" ralllei. campa, and conf«renc»» have u 
vital place In the life of the Church la obvious to any thoughtful 
churchman Every Presbytery through lis own Committee of 
Christian Education is seeking to provide thorough training 
for our young people. These media of training are effective, 
however, only as local Churches encourage the participation of 
their own young people, 

A Synod's Youth Conference is planned for Davidson Loilegt- 
Jane 26 through July 1. Information relative to this Conference 
may be obtained from the office of the Regional Director, or 
from any of the Area Directors of Christian Education. 

Pioneer Conclaves have been conducted In most of the Pres- 
byterlw of the Synod and reports indicate a growing success 
in this undertaking. 

A training session for those responsible for the planning oi 
Presbytery Senior High Conferences is being planned for the fall 
of IMS. Likewise^ a similar endeavor In the area of Pioneer 
Camps will be planned in conjunction with the training session 
for Junior Leaders in the fall of 1962 

Men's Wi>rk 

The Men of the Synod continue to render effective service In 
enlisting the men of the several churches In the life and work 
of the Synod. Every effort should be made to coordinate the pro- 
gram of local Men of the Church organtiatlons with that of 
the Synod and the Presbytery 

The Synod Mens Conference at Montreat Is June 1518, and a 
significant group of men from every part of the Synod ia expect- 
ed In attendance. 

The Christian Youth Conference for Negro Young People Is 
scheduled for June 12-17 at State Teachers College In Fayette- 
vllle Once more, this conference Is spons«jred by the Men of 

the Synod. , , -„ -, 

In preparation for the Men's Convention set for June zo-Z3. 
1I63. in Dallas. Texas, each Synod has been asked to secure 
funds to defray the expenses of this enterprise. Such an effort 
will eliminate regUtratlon fees for the convention. The Men of 
North Carolina have been asked for $».000.00. and Mr. Jaines 
Harris of W'ilmlngton Is serving as Treasurer and Promotion 
Chairman In this venture. 

.4datt Worli 

The need for an adequate program of work for adults ia of 
ever-increasing Importance Working through the Sub-Commit- 
tees In this field, your Synod's Committee has sought to formaUte 
definite policies and programs for adults. 

Plans are being made for an Adult Workshop, April 29-May 1. 
It«2. at St Andrews College, l^urlnburg, for the purpoa* of 
training leaders In Adult Work Information relative to the 
workshop will be forthcoming 



SYNOD OK NORTH CAROLINA 



lis 



Your Synod's Committee Is asking each Presbytery to provide 
a "Twelve Hour" Adult Workshop during 1962 and 1963. Th«M 
efforts will be helcl on weekends and are to Include a study of 
the theology of adtitlt Chrlfttian education, demonstration teaching 
with evaluation, and the study of the theory of small-group work 
with participation In small-group study procedures. 



lira«l«>r<<hlp KilucMtiun «n<l Arr-m Work 

A sound pregram of ChrlKtian Education Is predicated upon ade- 
<iuately-trained leadership That the Churches of the Synod 
are aware of this pressing need Is seen In the many requests 
that come Into Synod's Office for help In this field The following 
statistical report indicates the work that has been done during the 
past year: 



1» 



School Institutes 



19 



CllBlea 

Vacation Church 

Teachers 1 f* 

Directors 9 

Camps and Conferences 

Junior 11 

Pioneer 20 

Senior High in 

Senior High Council 11 

Senior High Rallies SO 82 

Pioneer Conclaves I 

Church School Administration Conferences 1 

Camp Training 

Junior ( 

Pioneer 2 

Senior High 1 Ig 

Leadership Schools II 

Through the Synod's Office, s list of persons who have Unght 
In Leadership Schools In recent yf*n and the rours<'8 taught 
may be obtained by Interested Churches. Each Presbytery, more- 
over, is being asked to compile a list of leaders for use in the 
particular Presbytery 

Your Committee expresses appreciation for the abis work of 
oar Area Directors Th.y are Miss Helen Cole. Orange Presby- 
tery; Miss Mari Catherine McCormlck. Fayettevllle Presbytery; 
Miss Helen Jacison. Granville Presbytery , Miss Sue Ruddock, 
.^eckienbutg Presbytery; Miss Elolse Wells. Concord and Wln- 
ston-Salem Presbyteries; and .Miss Dorothy Ray. Kings .Mountain 
Prwibytery Wei are delighted to announce that Miss Patricia 
Stapleton will assume her responsibilities as Area Director for 
Albvnaarl* Presbytery on July 1. 

Daring the past year, a one-day meeting was held In Asheboro 
for Presbytery Committee Chairmen and 8ab<3ommltts« Chair 
men of Children s Work and leadership Edaetitlon A similar 
venture is planned for the i^nsuing year. 

Provision is being made for a Youth Laboratory for the train- 
ing of Adult leaders of youth during 1962 Moreover, a recreation 
workshop will b-« conducted In the Synod 

Your Committee d»*»lreB to alert the Synod to the Covenant 



lie 



MINIITBS OF THE 



Life Curriculum Setnlnam lo !>*• conducted in l»«2. These 
MRtinars will uke place In the wver»l prwibyterlee aud eyery 
Church Is urged to make arr«nicenient« to Mud minister* and 
directors of Christian Education to the seminars. Ea«h Freaby- 
bytery will have a Covenant Life Seminar Committ«« whifh will 
be responsible for promotion and arrangement*. A schedale 
of place* and dates will Iv fnrthcomlnR 

Audi<»-Vli«ual Itrpartmeat 
Your Committee commends to the S>nod the Audio-Visual 
t>«partment of the Committee of Christian Education which Is 
under the competent direction of Mms IJeatrlce KIser. It Is grati- 
fytng to note that the monthly circulation of the department 
averages 244 audlo-vlnual aids Approximately 144 Churches In 
the Synod used the services provided by the llbrsry during th.- 
past year, with 2.914 pieces of audlo-vlaual material being used. 
.Membership In this department may be secured by any Church 
In the Synod at an nnnual fee of 112.00. 

ChriHtian Action 

Throughout the Church, there ix a growing awarenes* of the 
ImporUnt role of Christian Action. Materials available In the 
field are commended for uae In the several Churches of the 

.><% nod. 

Through the Sub-Commlttee on Christian Action, a list of 
MUggested suitable uraded materials for a study of alcoholism in 
I'resbyterleB. local Churches, leadership schools, and men's 
groups will be available. 

Flaaare 

The attention of the Synod ii« i ailed to the annual audit of the 
rUuknclnl Statement attach«'«l to this reiMtrt Your C«»mmlttee 
rMOgnitt>s Its stewardship of subnt.ince. and seeks to expend th*- 
funds entrupted to It In a can ful manner A copy of this audit 
waa placed in the hands of the Stated Clerk of Synod. 

Your Committee urges the several Churches of the 8yn<Kl to 
make every effort to meet their benevolence responsibilities for 
the ye«r Failure to do so will hinder the work of Christian Kdu 
cation, not only in the Synod, but in etery Church. 

Reromniendatloni 

1. That all Churches of the Synod be reminded of the urgent 
need of relating the Christian faith to life and that Christian 
action be given ppecial omphasia daring the nmnth of January 

2. That the attention of Synod be dirett»d toward th.- reiog- 
ultlon of an Increasing need for greater empha.Hls of the Pres- 
bytery and local Church's Program for Adults. 

n That the several Churches of the Synod make ev«ry effort 
to facllltatf the lrnpl»mentatlon of the Covenant Ufa Curriculum 
through the Seminars to be conducted in lfC2. 

«. Thnt Synod adopt a budget for I»«2 for Christian Education 
In the total aoHNiBt of t»0.712. 

h. .That, pending the adoption of this report, the Reverend 
Koh< rt Turner. Regional IMrfH tor of Christian Education, h* 
heard brtefly: and that Dr Marshall C Dendy. Executive Secre 
mry of the Hoard of Christian Education, be hesrd to address the 
Bynnd on the Covenant Life Cnrrlculnm. 



8YNOU or NORTH < AllOi.l.VA 



117 



FINANCIAL KTATItMICNT 
<l) K^KCITIVB l^»»iMiTTKK OF CHRINTIAN Ki>r<-AT1C>N 

iim'i|>is and IHnbunM-nienls , 

January 1. 19«0 through December 31. IMO 



Advance for Exp« oses — Charlotte Office 
l<^inds In Bank at beginning of period 
Mortgage Loan Rev. Robert Turner 
Synod's Youth Council Funds 
Sub Commlttw Youth Work 



SI Dee. IMO 

t 499M 
S.IM.lt 
3,M0.M 
t.i«2.30 
l,iMJ7 

|17.ttS.OO 



ittt-rilHs: 

King» Mountain I'reKbyter) $ 400.00 

Director House Rent Allowance S70.00 

Synod's (MTIce 36.120 49 

Contingent Salary Fand 4.000.00 

Interest— Youth Sub Committee Fundx 64.Cg 

Richard Trust Fund A Br.ndfntertwt 11.15 

Interest— 8ynod> Youth Council Fundi llS.tt 



Ml. (71.07 
|M.ttt.«7 



I 

Advance for Expense— Charlotte Office | 4(M).00 

Area Work School 2 30.3S1.3& 

Audio^Visoal Education Work 100.00 

(ienenU ProBotion Work Sch 2 3.97t.SS 

Men's Work MO.M 

Sub Committee Yoath Work KM.OO 



Funds In Bank at end of Period 
Mortgage LoftB—Rev. Robert Turner 
Synod's Yonth Council Funds 
Sub Committee Youth Work 



I1O.803.27 
2.9SO.O0 
X.977.9& 

. 1.10i.tt 



Reserve for ContlngenclM~llrrHril«e« om Hand 



|41.ftM.M 



17.196.47 
9 LM«.M 



V. i. Trf«s 2^% Bond of 19S942 Janaary 31, ItdO. 



lie 



MINI TBS OF THE 



hire Curriculum Semlnam to b*- conduried in l»«2. Tlw 
Mininara will uk# place in the i»*«ver«l pr«ibyterl«i and mr^ry 
Church !■ urged to make arrauKeniKnta to ■•od mlnlateni and 
directors of Christian Education to the semlnam Each Prcaby- 
bytery will have a Corenant Life Seminar Comnilttee which will 
be responsible for promotion and arranitementa. A schedale 
«)f places and d«te« will b'- forthcomlnn 

AlMlU>*\'lMual i>epartmeiit 
Vour Committee commendu to the 8>nod the Audio-Visual 
Department of the Committee of ChrlBtlan Education which Is 
under the competent direction of MIbs Heatrlce Kiser. It Is Itratl- 
fyliiK to note that the monthly circulation of the department 
aversKes 244 audlo-vlxual aids Approximately 144 Churches In 
the Hynod used the st-rvlces provided by the library during the 
pant year, with 2, 93 4 pieces of audio-visual material belns naed. 
Membership in this department may l»e secured by any Church 
in the Synod at an annual fee of $12.00. 

ChrtMiaa Art4oH 

Throughout the Church. Jh«re in a growinit awareness of the 
important role of Christian Actliin. Materials available in the 
field are commended for us*' in the several Churches of the 
S>nod. 

Through the Sub-Committee on Christian Action, a Hat of 
suggested suitable Kraded niaterlals for a study uf alcoholism In 
Pr#>sbyteries. local Churches, leadership schools, and men'* 
■roups will be available 

Flaaarr 

The attention of the Svnod is called to the annual audit of the 
FlBancisl Statement attached to this rejK>rt Vour Ci>mmlttee 
ree(»cnltea its stewardship of substance, and seeks to expend the 
fvnda entrusted to it in a careful manner A copy of this audH 
waa placed In the hands of the Stated Clerk of Synod. 

Your Committee urge* the several Churches «>f the SymKl to 
make every effort to meet their benevolence rexponsiblUtlea for 
the year Failure to do so will hinder the work of Christian Edu 
ration, not only in the Synod, bat In every Church. 

RefvomniendHi l<>n« 

1. That all Churches of the Hynod be reminded of the urgent 
need of relating the Chrlatlan faith to life and that Christian 
action be given special emphasis during the nionth of Jaoaary. 

S. That the att* nttnn of Synod be directed toward the raeOC> 
uition of aa Increasing ne»'d for greater emphasis of the Praa- 
bytcrr and local Church's Frogram for Adults. 

1 That the »«»veral Churches of the Synod make ev»ry effort 
to fadlitat" the ifn|>l» mentation of the Covenant Life Carrlcalaai 
through the Seminars to be conducted in liC2. 

4. That Synod sdopt a budget for IMS for Christian Bdaratlon 
la the total amount of IM.7I2. 

I. That, pending the adoption of this report, the Reverend 
Kiibrrt Turner, Regional t>lr«H»or of Christian Kducatioa, be 
heard briefly; and that Dr Marshall C Dendy Executive Saerv- 
laty of the Hoard of Christian Edncatlon, be he«rd to address the 
Hynod OB the Covenant Life Curriculum. 



SYNOU or NOKTH CAUOLINA 



117 



FIWANCIAI. HT.^ rKMK?«T 
<l) KXRtTTlVK (XtMMITTKK OF CHKIKTIAS' Kl>l'< ATIOK 

Ke<fiplM and IMMburM<-menlM 
January 1. INO through December 31. 1M0 



Advance for Exp« UKt-a^ -Charlotte Office 
Funds In Bank at beginning of period 
Mortgage Loan Rev. Robert Turner 
Synod's Youth Council Fundo 
Sab Committee Youth Work 



ni Dec. I 



t 



400.M 
9.440.11 

s.Mo.eo 

1.MS.S0 
1.IM.S7 



|17JSt.M 



iterr4|>ts: 

Kingf Mountain Presbytery 

liirector House Kent Allowance 

Synod's Offl€-e 

Contingent Salary Fund 

Interest — Youth Sub Committee Fundi* 

Richard Trust Fund A B'nd-lnteretit 

Interest— Synod'* Youth Council Funds 



Advance for Expense -<:bar lot te Office 

Area Work School 2 

Audio- Visual Education Work 

(General Promotion Work Sch 2 

Mens Work 

s'ub Committee Youth Work 



i-'undit in Bank ai end of 
Mortgage Loaa~Rev Robert Turner 
Synod's Yoath Council Funds 
Sab ComBlttae Youth Work 



t 400.00 

I70.00 

3<.lS04f 

4.000.00 

M.fS 

ll.tS 

11 MS 





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100.00 


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17.tM.47 
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I 1.000.00 



U. 8 Tr««ks 24% Bond of ItiMZ Janaary S!. I HO 



Ill MINUTES OF THE 

(1) HrDGBT CHRIHTIAN KDITATION 



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C. REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
OF CHURCH EXTENSION 

Rev. W. D. McIntvih, Chairman 

Th«r position IMI Kraciuuttly assigned us by tlie Prugram Comniitte« 
i>n Syno<)'s agpoda ts in ItM'If. we feel, an indication of the import- 
ance of Cliurch Extension 

Imludlng as it does at tlic Synod It-vcl Home Minsions. Evangel- 
i»in. Radio and TeleTislon. and Negro Work, it reaches into practl- 
tally erery area of our church«'R lif«' To the degre*^ that we ar»- 
interested in and sui)|M)rt t*inct'rt'Iy the proKram of Church Ex- 
tension, to that degree our church prospert« hoth spiritually and 
physically. 

Our report, already in your hands, although detailed and 
somewhat lengthy, should command your Intelligent and prayer- 
ful ronnlderatlon Take a long hard look for InstHnct' at the factt* 
dealing with gains and losst>s under Evangelism, (iratefully do 
we acknowl»»dge that we havr grown from a membership of 
*«o.90.1 in 1940 to 144.784 in 1960. Still those addod on profession 
of talth were 4 22 fewer in lit«u than in IS&H. W* have ill vacant 
thurches as against 85 h year ago The great Hynod of North 
Carolina continues to grow more slowlv than the average for 
the General Assembly. 

Again consider well tht- ihull«>ng*' before us in the ft«ld of 
television and radio With our department of radio and TV under 
the direction of Ted. I.. Daniel great stride should be made In 
this field. 

The full Committee met for the first time in the Synod's new 
Office building in Raleigh on .May 15-1 6. Sub-committees met 
■M'parately on one or more m-taslons. each. In keeping with the 
• barter of incorporation, the Committei- also rcmvened as a 
< orporatlon on .May 16. 19C1. 



FR(MiKAM 

PergonHel: tm February I Mr. Ted L Daniel, formerly with 
ItadIo Station WPTP. Raleigh, began work as Director of Radio 
TV, under the Svnod's program of expansion in this field in col- 
laboration with TRAV of the General Assembly. Mr. Daniel Is 
thoroughly conversant with the field of Radio. He is rendering 
vsiuable assistance in the program of communications, and has 
shared much of the responsibility of preparations for the C«i- 
tennlsl Celebration of the Presbyterian Church in the U. 8. 

The Committee loses Mr J. B Brewer, whose Meoa<l Urm em 
the Committer expires at this meeting of Hynod. He hM Wen 
a valued member and will be mlMed. 

Public KelatUmM: While this Committee supports on an e<]tta! 
itKfits with Synod's Council the Publicity program of Synod. th« 
Report on this phase of the Synod's work will b«' presented to 
Synod by the Council. Our Committee haa taken action whereby 
there will be liaison between the Council's rab-rommittee on 
Publicity and our Committee. 



ISO 



MINUTES OK THE 



Office BuUdtng: A fall report on the Synod's new Office Build- 
ing will *liK> b* made to Synod by Its CouncU. Howi.v«r. «lnc» 
the work of thie Commute*' la arconipllbhed through the htafr 
In Synod* Office, and the General Secretary In our ««ent. w. 
Join with all who have exprennHd Katiafardon with the batldinF 
In expreaalng t)ur gratitude to God for Its .oinplctlon it waa thlp 
Committee which oTertured the Synoda Council aome three or 
four yeara ago to move forward with plans for the erection of 
thla structure And It la bfraune fhia Coraralttee haa certair 
funda. entruBt»d to Itc «teward»htp. available for a temporar> 
loan without Intereat. that the building haa been MOatn^etM. 

In view of the fact that the late Dr E. E. GUtailrt* •^rw« M tbe 
agent of thla Committee. It U appropriate that the office of th«' 
General Secretary haa been furnlnhed In memory of Dr 0»i«P>« 
and hla portrait hung on the wall These are the gift of the family 
of Dr. GltlMple. 



FINANt'KS 

1 A$$embly support: The Board of Church Bxtenalon approved of 
Salary Snatenlatlon Aid during 1»61 'or three Preabyterlea aa fol- 
lows: 

jLffprMMtf Requetttd 

Albemarle ^^t'^^tl ^^iHlZ 

Wilmington .I'tlrS .SI^II 

Wlaaton-Salem l6,4BX.»t l9.Qrn.m 

ll2.CtS.00 t34.tn.M 

Thla waa an liuraaae of U,*T> «»" »H0. b«t fUU Um thaa wa» 

requeated. 

The Board had requests from all over the AaaenaMy tfltallag 
|7SS.74». I»«.<K»0 more than could be granted, which la Iba nmoti 
for the reduction In appropriatlona 

fiTBod fMMStad from the B<Mrd Granta-ln-Ald for six rburchv* 
IB M Vnany praafcyun*^. • total of |74.tM (ULOOO In 1»«0>. and 
racetved graata totaling $10,000 (nothing In !»••). as foUowa: 



Waatern Boulevard. Ralalili (O). 
IUa«olph. High Point (O) — 



tjm 



lit; 



TW Boari wa» faced with 7t raqaeau frwm U Preabytarlaa lar 
OraaU totaling IMt.Mt. which waa foar time* the amount avail 
able. 

Synoda glfu» to the Board of Charch l^teaaton increawid In IfW 
orar 1»W hy ll.Hl.W; BaverUialeaa. Dr. Pritchard wrllaa; 

• Oar Board • ioUl racalpta from Um BtbmI of Nortii Caro- 
lina for the charek jaar eedlnt DawaAar SI. tH9 ware 
|ltMtl.2< Ytmr Bjmtd't fall praforttoMta abara «f t^ A^ 
MBUy-a BilBtaaai aakiagi for Um aiw^ert of mmr Bottri tor 
IIM waa ISM^TtM. Oar Board* receipt* fr«« NarU 
OMwUmi w«r« M.tf % <rf tba nlBl»am aakad by U»a 0«Mral 
iaawntlT Oar total raectpta frooi aU af tka 0]«o4a dartng 
INt aiM«Bta4 to «S.?f% of tka total aakai far ev Board 
Hy Ula OoBMvl AaaMiMy. For tka eharch yaar INS w* 
raealvadi from the Synod of North Carolina 14 Of % of the 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



111 



aaMMBt aakad by tha O a aar al Aaaembly aa comparad with 
«$.•§% for IHO. If oar rtwelpt* from your Synod for ItM 
had approached more nearly the amoaat aaked by the G«B- 
eral Aiwembly. our B(Mird would have been able to grant 
more of the donation requ»'»U presented for Ita conaldera- 
tlon at the February l»€l meeting of the Board." 



2. 8w*o4 tfupport: 

(1 I Income and DlaburaemenU: Our Income for IMO. while not 
aa good as for 1»59. la better than for 1958. We received from Praa- 
bytertaa |M,257.83 In 19«0 In contraat to I63.S09.15 In IHf. Tbl» 
waa a decrease of 17,251.32. The major reaaon for the decreaaa In 
Klfta i* rcfle<t«»d In auhatantially lower Income from Mecklenbarg 
(IM90.20 leeet. OraB«« ($2.22811 lese), and Wilmington (I1.S47 
laas). 

Wa dl^araad !■ IMt to tlM foar atd-raealvlng Preabyterles for 
salary aartenUtloa of Hoasa maaloa Paatora 125.177. 4i la contraat 
to $27.t22.22 the yaar b«<or«. or $2,044.73 leaa thaa la IMi. 

W« ended ItM wltfc a balance ot $14,t22.S7. after making distri- 
bution of $!$,••• aa OnntMs-Aid. However, alnce January 1. wt 
hav*> given $2,000 iB Oruts, and are holding $2,690 for aBOtlMT 
orolect which has baao approved. 

The four Ald-reeelvlng Preebyterlaa ara aaklng for $8.1St kaa for 
1N2 than for Ittl (Including MAF). Only Wllmlagton la aaklBg 
for HMMra. jaat $«60. 

SMtfewfo/ioii of SalaHe*. There are currently 40 minlatera. 3 lay 
workers, and 2 Ezecuttva Socratarlaa In four Preabyterlea on whose 
aalarlaa the Synod sliaraa aai^art. These repre«tent 44 fields and 
7C cbarchas. la addition, thera are It vacant fields In Um (oar 
Prettbytarias, which when Buppllad. raoalve aid from yoar Coraralttea. 
la all thara are tS talds (48 laat yaar). rapraaaattag a total of lOl 
rharrhaa (ti laat yaar). which «ra aanrai tnm UaM4o-tlm« by the 
vrorkers who are aided by Synod Syaod aahaMtaad aalarlaa 9l 
thaaa warfcars la ItfO la the amoant of $ttJT7. whkA waa $$.•«• 
Ia« «MB fa ItM. 



0ramta4mAi4 : Grant a-ln Aid Appropriations were 
I follows: 



In 1 



Waatara Boatevard 
(O) NsrthsMo . 
lla»4rt^ 

( W) WMtm taster 



$ V 

V 



4.1 

S.OM 

S,OM 

1.000 

i.eM 



$12, 



waa a graat id $3.5oo for a Negro church la 
vfUa. 

AmMI<«tloM are In hand for graata from U eharclMs la ^"/WJ" 
hyferlee totaling i«0.000 on beltding prejacta t«tattal« mm ftf* 
TWa doee not allow for any future deT(riopBeats, laelt^tlW 



122 



MINUTES OF THK 



Th« following Tabi* nhows the Orants-tnAid prnitram alnee IfM: 







OaM 




0M« 


ItM „ 




121, 66« 


1965 


1 9.800 


1951 ... 


■ Ill jMII«lil»«l I w 


_. 20.730 


1956 


1,«00 


IHl ... 


.,............*.•. 


... 6480 


1957 


7M 


1962 ... 




... 2.246 
... 5,134 


1968 
1969 


tso 


1964 ... 





20.400 








IMO 


12.000 



1110.588 TOTAL 



3. Iamh Fm»4*: 

There were 38 loanit lu rhurcb«■^ at ibe end u( 196V (35 a ye«r 
affo). ranKtiiK from f2.(M)u to t2&.0<»0. Lnana are made at 4% In 
lerest. and are properly iie«ur«l. liicDroe from the Church aad 
Manae I»an Fund Is returned to th«- r<>rpuB. mmA wiMB tlM tmmA 
reacbeH $200,000, the Income will bf ui^ed in a BABBM to b* i«- 
termined by the Committee, probably tupport of the work tbrovsk 
graata-ln-Ald. The Income from the I'ermanant RmMnre road to 
uaed as grftnts. 

The Ckunh amd i/UMx l.i>an tumd aa of January 1. 1961. stood at 
1161.632 In contrast to 1146.237 a year ago. a gain uf 15495. 

The Permanent Reterve Fund on January 1. 1961 stood at $57,109. 
which is approximately the valuf of the fund since earned Ibcobm 
Is transferred to the Oranta In Aid Fund 

4. SecurititM There are securities valued at $2,406 which yieldad 
$277.20 In 1>«0 

6 Wharton Ettate The Wbartoo BaUta boquaat coMtatS <€ 
three housen. valued at a toUl of $26,612. aod $4,406.02 OD MTtofa. 
From rent on the houses In 19M w« recelTod a net of $998.66 ($986.71 
the year before*, and from latarMt $180.40 ($16«.71 tb« y«ar birfflMV). 
or a total of $1,179.06 ($1,152.47 the year before), all of «l>><^ ' 
traaaferrad In compliance with the will, to the sapport of • ~~ 
■Mor dolag cTaagellatlc work 



6. JfrCallam Ettate. We racetved no iDcomf from the mUU Ib 
iMt. In the annual Report to Synod by the Tmstaea. U la balag 
r«forted that there Is aTsllable thta year from the artAta, $2,661.48. 
only a small part of which will be allocated to Church Extension 

7 rofal Church Kjt«n$ion Giftt Total gifU to Oiarch BstM- 
atoB (Congregational. Preabytery. Synod, and Oencrml AsaamMy) 
dacra— td in 1960 This was doe largely to tte fact that la 1959 
WUutMi Salem Presbytery conducted a campalgB for Church KzUn 
sion which netted at least $150,000 more than IB 1M« Howarar. 
the grand tout of gifts was approximately $829.0M iB coBtraal to 
$925,000 In 1H9. 

8. AfportUmmenl* amd Acc«pUiu-«a : GraAVlIlt atoea aceeptad 
100% Aaktnga by Synod for 1960. aad OraavtUa aad WlBaton^alan 
for 1 Ml. Nooe gave In full IB I960. The SyBod avcraga of gtvlBg to 
JUklBCB WBa 66.21% (62 08% In 1959) W lBrtBB tBi fl bad the 
b«Bt racerd far i960- giving 7094% of what fjnMi aakad. Albe 
Buria WBB BacoBd aad Mecklenburg was lowest, with WilalagtOB 
Itk bb4 Otbbm Ttk 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



in 



By Presbyteries thia Is reflected for the paat two years as follows: 



l»(M» 



Hank 

I— A 
2— O 
3— KM 
4-W 



6— M 
7— W8 
R— r ... 
9—0 



72.64 

69.44 

.»•..., .6€.83 

66.67 

62.92 
61.69 

-66.60 

6S.66 

„„-....4t.6« 

SYNOD 62.0S 




SYNOD 66.21 



9 !?♦♦».' Hudget: The Coramitirf has endeavored to pre.«ent to 
Synod a hard-core Budget. The only places where increaawi occur 
are for RsdtoTV and Grants-la-Ald. The former is oCTset by the 
reduction In askings by the four aid r»K^lvlng Presbyteries. As 
has been pointed out the Grants-ln-Ald requests, which come with 
Presbytery Church Extension Committees' endorsements, total 
$60.(H>0; however, your Committee, thouKh recognUIng the need. I^ 
nsking Synod for $20,000 less than this In order to assure you that 
the Uudgct is an essential one 



BVANtiKUHM 

(;i<iN« lind Lo»»e»: Tables reveal that the net gnin for Synod iB 
1960 was 1.718 In contrast to 1.930 In 1959 (2.143 In 1958). 1.20% 
in contrast to 1.37% (1.54% In 19S8). The annual rate of Incraasc 
was less than the average for the previous Ove years. 1.94%. AttCB- 
lion is again called to the fact that the annual rate of growth Is 
slowly diminishing percentagewise, as is indlrat«*d below: 



1964 2.64% 
1M6 t.tl% 
1966 2.16% 



1967 1.71% 
1N8 1.54% 
1M9 1.37% 



1960 



1.20<r, 



Since 1940 tha SjTBod has increaaed from 90.906 to 144.784 or by 
.SI.879 or 59 27%. 



/*> 'i/e«»ioN« o/ Fuitk The numb*'r Bddsd on .pruf^Hstun of faith 
in I960 was 2.904. 442 fewer than in 1969. Last y^r the loss In con- 
trail to tka previous year was 412. \ 

The BambW of charch^ reporting nu profMkaiuiii> of faith in 196<i 
waa 162 IB c<»atraat to 151 in 1959. The average number of churches 
without a minister darlBC INO was approxloiataly 126. TImbs ars 
for the most part tka ehBrcbas whieli report ao pr<rfsas l o BS . As of 
Deeantar 21, IHi tkM« were 111 vacaat cburclMs. act eoaatlaff aay 
with Btadaat aa ppUaa. statad sapplUw. or t«mporary suppllsa. A 
ytm.T ago wa raportad 66 vaouit churches, not counting tluMia with 
<appllca Thsra are 644 ctaarcbM la tba SyiMd la eoatraat to 641 
ast year. The number of adalt teptlaais la 1960 was 1.916 la con 
trsst to 2,239 darlag 1959. or a decrease of 322. lafaat bBpliiais 
dreppad by 2M from 2.916 to 2,520 

Oramih of irynod Contraated The Sjraod eoatlaaas to grow laor* 
clowly tbaa tlM average for the U«Berai Assembly — 1.20% la eoa- 
trast to 1 6S% for tlie Assmably la 19«0: aad 26.a% far tka As- 



1S4 



MINUTES or THE 



■cmblr alDcc 1910 la contrut to 2<.0S% (or the Synod. AoioDg the 
16 Synods. North Carolina r:ink8 J>th for 1960 (8th In 1969). and 
10th for the period 1950 1960 Thp Synod of Kloridm again led 
tb« A»«>mb1y in growth with an lncreaM> of 4.79%, which was 
sHgHtly better than the year before. Since 1950 Florida also has 
the best record among the Synoda. with a percentage growth of 
77.4t. North Carolina's growth since 1950 is only approximately 
one-third that of Florida. 

The General Ast«embly grown faster percentage-wtoe than the 
Baptist Church in North Carolina. 33.11 since 1960 for Prwhyterlans 
and 32.78% for the Baptist denomination. The Methodist inenaac 
for the same period Is only 13.06<7< The Synod rate is 6.24% bdew 
the Baptists since 1950. but 13.4t<>i better than the Methodists. 

Spiritmat Birthrate: The Synod ranked 16th (last) in the Gen 
eral Assembly in Spiritual Birthrate, growth by profession of faith 
in IMO (9th last year): 2.74% in contrast to 3.09% last year, and t( 
S.14% for the Synod of Mississippi, which ranlied first anM>ns the 
Synods in the Soul-Winning Ratio, the number of membara re 
quired to win each aont to Christ on prcrfeMloB of faith, the Symad 
alao ranked last. Sf.KO persons for every profession of faith, la ew- 
trast to only 19.4t persons for Miasisaippi. and 32.C6 for the Ganeral 
ibly. The Synod made Its poorest showing In years la these 



By PreMbyten* n Amuug the Presbyteries Orange Isd the Synod 
in net gain. 2 68%. and for the period 1940-1960 Albemaris continued 
to lead with a gain of 100%. in spite of registering a net loas for 
IMO of — .C0%. The Synod increase for the 20- year period was 
MJ7%. Mecklenburg continues in second place, with an tncrsasc 
of ll.«4%. 

For Spiritual Birthrate in 1960 AlbsBMUla led with 3.06% growth 
by profemtonn of faith. Orange ranked second and Macklenbarg aad 
Ooaeord ranked 8th and 9th. For the period 196t-l»«0 Al h —a r le 
•!■• holds first piace with- an average <rf 4.SS%. Winston-SalMl Is 
soeMid. and Kings MonnUin and Concord rank tth and fth. The 
Syaod percentage for I960 was t.7t aad for 19SM9«e. I.tl. 

For Soul- Winning Ratio, the number required to wtB one to Christ. 
AJbemarle was first. 32.73, Orange second, aad Kings Mountain and 
Concord tth and 9th. The Synod average waa 31.66. For tha period 
19iS-19M. Albemarle had an average of 24.64 for first placa. with 
tUmgB Mountain and Concord last, and the Synod average ttM. 

Bundap BehocI: 

The Sunday School enrollment incrcaaed by 4t9 !■ !•€•. <r^Jt%. 
This was not as great as communi«int growth, l.tO%. Six Th'Mkj 
terles rcportad losses. Only OranTllle. Mecktenburg, Orange, re- 
ported ^IBS. MaeklcBbarg had tha larcest lacraasa In namber. MO. 
aad QraBTiUe tha lartwt parccataps t Ber t— ■. iSt. 4.M%. five 
Proabytartas raportad losaca a year ago. and repeaters are AlbaaHUrtt. 
Fayctterltla. Kings MombUIb. and Wilmington. For the parfai tfaee 
1940 Albemarle leads with a growth of 112.09% followed by Meck- 
lenburg. Kings Mountain ranks last, with a growth of only 16.46% 
The Synod increase for the same period is 73.11%. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



ISS 



HOMK MISSIONS RKPORT 

Hrv. RdiujiT G. Hall. Chairman 

All of the preabyteries of the Synod of North Carolina report 
enconraging progr<»a in the area of Hon>e Misaions. They are 
alert to the challenge that confronts our Synod, and they are 
prepared for th>^ expected population expluaion of the 1960's. 

A number of new churches have been organised during the 
last year. Among them are: Weat minster in Fayettevllle: Faith 
and Frank Price in Wilson; First in Kernersville; St. Giles in 
Charlotte: Forest Hills In High Point, and Forest Park in Htates- 
vllle. 

All of our presbyteries are conducting surveys of rapidly grow- 
ing areas, and they are purchasing proptrty where churches will 
Im> built in the near or even the distant future. Mecklenburg 
Presbytery has developed a very effective program along this 
line. A committee of six laymen has b<N>n appointed to keep the 
Presbytery Informed about the growth of Charlotte in certain 
partlcufar areas. As a result of this systematic study, three sites 
have already been purchasw^d. Albermarle, Concord. Orange, Wil- 
mington, and Winston-Salem presbyterlM have also initiated 
Htudies of strategic areas and have purchaaed property for future 
(iovelopnient. 

Albermarle Pr^bytery is to be commended for its progress in 
the field of Negro Work. I), finite plans are being made for 
starting a new church in th<' Oreenfl»'ld Terrace l>evelopmenl 
uf Greenville. I.Awrence Bottoms of th«- Assembly's Committee 
cm Negro Work is co-operating with the Presbytery on this 
important project. 

In addition to these activities, our presbyteries reixirt thst 
a number of Home Missions churches have Ixtcome self-supporting 
during the last vear. and others hare decreased their askings 
for 1961 



Kvnng^llMn 
R*:v. Bt'oKKK &. KiSKMA.x. Vkairmam 

We would call your attention to the pre-Hynod Confer* 
held In conjunction with the I960 meeting of .*^ynod in Oreaa- 
ville, N. C. where a very good foundation waa laid for the Presby- 
terian Mlaaion to the Nation, and for our year's work We were 
•specially pleaaad that the conference was well attended and 
iip^roprlately served a very asafal pnrposa. 

Members of the commltt-'e prepared th«'mselves further by 
participation in the Charch Extension Conference heUI at .Mon- 
treat, attending a Seminar on the .Mission to th<» Nstiun program 
conducted by Dr. Lawrence A. Davla. 

In the fall of 1960 our Prsabytartes were bonu to a vtsitlBg 
team of speakers for the Cavalcade in further preparatloa for 
the Mlaaton to the Nation program. Following are the atatisttca oa 
;>ttendance throughout the Synod. 



Kvangelism Committee 
2066 

Riders Breakfast 
1494 



iMmtmn Dlaaer Night 

1242 lC,Ii« 

MlBtatars Yonth 

2ii tit 



126 



MINUTB8 OP THE 



SYNOD OF* NORTH CAROLINA 



117 



It WM generally felt throughout the Synod that the Cavalcade 
waa beneficial in reaching the majority of our churchM with the 
ipwific emphaaia of the mission of friendship, the naisaion of 
Christian action, and the mlaaion of proclamation. 

The Mission to the Nation program in itself began with the 
service at dedication and committment on January 1. 19S1 
Through the first quarter of this year thla program haa been the 
subject of major emphasis and attention throughout the churches 
of our Synod We hope to be able to give a detailed report next 
year concerning the influence of this program in the total life 
of our Church. 

We would commend to the Churches careful efforta to follow 
up the Mission to the Nation program. The mission of friendship 
in designed for continuous participation by the Local church 
The "person to person" evangelism program, in its outreachlng 
concern for the uncommitted, is an invaluable tool in the total 
reeponsibllity of the Church. 

Your Committee is very much concerned about the implications 
of the following tabulation gained from the IfiO reports to the 
General Assembly: 





rrofrtmifm 


Otktt nmi*» 


Lmam 


NH 


«a4« 


Cmmmmi 


(A) 


It? 


4»S 


■H 


-«• 


tt-1 


%jm 


(C) 


4M 


TM 


Mt 


tn 


a»>i 


I7.1t4 


<r» 


SM 


tn 


MC 


m 


W-l 


IMM 


fO> 


m 


«as 


TM 


i«i 


as-t 


Il31t 


(KM 


14* 


4*1 


4U 


iw 


n-i 


tJM 


(Ml 


•U 


I.TW 


t»-l 


«S1 


M-t 


M.«77 


<o> 


«4S 


t.ll* 


1.174 


•« 


M-l 


St.ltS 


tWI 


Ma 


MS 


Ml 


•7> 


M-l 


II.TTS 


IWS 


if 


tm 


a9 


147 


t7-l 


t.Mt 


\M$ 


S.M4 


a.TW 


ajM 


LSM 


S7-I 


144.1tl 


IN* 


4.S4S 


^Jin 


tjm 


t.MI 


as-i 


I4t.«77 



MS* toelwW Oiialatcr*. 

There were 170 churches in the Synod which did not report a 
single addition on profession of faith Four of our Presbyteries 
reported organisation of new churchea. 

It is our hope that Synod will be increaatagly concerned about the 
altuation tn aeveral Presbyteries and local churches by a mors 
effective program of eraiiccllaa. 

May we urge mini«teri and lay l*ad»ri to make evangelisn 
an Integral part of the curriculum of vrtry oritanliaHnn In the 
Church We are living In a time of H«pr«r*dented npimrtunlty. 
la most of the world the Christiana are meeting with Increasing 
opposition and frustration. We in the South are confronted with 
new opp<irtunltleii for strengthening the Church and the work of 
Oods Kingdom through a dilligent and prof«jund concern for 
the spiritual well-being of a constantly Increaatng population 

Ne«ro W«kHi 
Mas. IUlJr.luH OairriJi. Vhairmttn 

In this our Ontmnlal Year, the Preabytertan Church In the 
I? 8 should accept the challenge of taking the Ouapel to all 
people, which means all raeea The Itfto ceeaas showed approxi- 
mataly 11 million negroea in oar SoathUuMl. aad only half of 



them had been reached for Christ. Thua. the need is great, and 
likewise the opportunity. Here is an area where we can show our 
leva, demonstrate by aervice, and exemplify our ability to wltnau 
for Christ. 

Aa we face this open door of opportunity we must do so with 
faith. Paul said. "I can do all things through Christ who strength- 
eneth me". 

Our Southland is changing in many ways, and eHpecUlly Id its 
means of economic growth. ThuH, the negro is changing. Many 
are not satisfied with their own churches Many negroes have 
puahed up the scale educationally and economically As this 
happens they seek better things In lite and mature atK>ve the 
•motional type of religion. Many, rather than go to their own 
churches, listen to radio services from white churches and become 
acquainted with a dignified, evangelistic worship which meet* 
their needs. A community survey might prove rewarding. As 
new churches or programs are planned, coop«'ratlve efforta are 
important in carrying out the primary task of the Church — taking 
the Gospel to all people. 

What are Presbyterians In North Carolina doing ah<»ut Negro 
Work? 



A Negro Sunday School Is conducted In Kocky Mount with 
leadership provided by the First Church. 

A Negro Sunday School tn Greenville Is sponsored by the Church 
Extension Committee «if the Presbytery, partially supp<»rted by 
each the Church Extension Commltti»e and the First Church of 
Greenville. Leadership Is provided by the First Church and 
students at East Carolina College. The main leader among the 
Necro«a is a teacher. This work Is conducted in a concrete 
Mock ballding. 

A very generous offer of land has been made by a group of real 
eatate men who arr- developing a first-class Negro sub-division 
In OreenvilW' At this point the Presbytery has not be«>n able to 
make financial arrangements tn Insure the building of a church 
Some outside help from friends Is necessary to accomplish this 
project. 

It ia the hope of the people of Albemarle to employ a Negro 
minister for the Preabytery 



Th« First Church of Concord sponsors a Sunday School and haa 
provided most of the needed finances and much of the leader- 
ship neceaaary for this work About four yenrs ago a new bniidinK 
waa constructed. 

The First Church. Stateavllle. spons(»rs a Saoday School It 
employs a Negro elder of the I'nlted Preabyterian Church. IVS A . 
to have charge of this wnrak 

la IfSS the Church Fxtension Committee made a aurvey of 
tht Nagro work altuation In the Presbytery. Oat of this came 
tba raeoromendatlon that, although there were found Negro 
Preabyterian churchea (UP USA » In practically every lart» 
town In the Presbytery it would be well to consider opportunities 
for dffvaloplBK this work In Concord, Stateavllle aad HIchory It 
waa ■■iiaiNiiil that a full time negro minister ha a«ployed to have 
fCMMTSl Otraralsht of the two extating Sunday Schools and a acw 
work to k# aiMlenaken In Hickory it was alat) suggeated that a 



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nnni«ry or child ear* e«iit«r aad oth«r program fefttaraa might 
b* added to the work in aaeh location bo that a r«U aerTlee 
eoald he rend«red to th« Negro cotnmaBlty. The hop* la that 
thMe Sunday Schools and church centers might move toward 
church organisation and be related in a Larger Pariah. 

K«)rrt4eville: 

This presbytery has one Negro church located in Fayettaville 
which was oriranised in 19&S. It has itB own minister. Session, 
and Board uf I>earonfl. It is located near Fayeltevllle State 
Teacher's College and has an active Wmtmlnister Fellowship. 

Funds for this building were supplied from the Negro Work 
Campaign. The pastor's salary is paid by the church and the 
Home Mission Committee of the Presbytery. The manse is 
supplied by the Presbytery. 

tjraiivlllc: 

So far there la no established wurk among Negroes in the 
Presbyt»*ry However, there is a movement on foot, sponsored by 
the Presbyterian Council of Raleigh, to establish a Negro church 
In Raleigh — either a Presbyterian V. S. Church, or a Federated 
Church in cooperation with the local V. P. Church, with the Idaa 
of relocating it and making it a cooperative program. 

Klngii Mountala: 

Thfre is still no established work in King's Mountain Pres- 
bytery. However, the Shelby Presbyterian Church is inveettgating 
property sites In view of starting work. Thus far efforts have 
been unsuccessful in obtaining desirable property. During the 
coming year, the Church Extension Committee plans to nrga 
other surveys be made with the hope that something can be 
started in one of the larger towns during the next year. 

MerklmbttrK: 

For quite some years there have t>een two organised Negro 
churchea in the Presbytery. Roth of these congregations have 
nice plants with ample educational fscilltles. Each church has 
B well organlt^d nursery. 

Work is also carried on in a third commnnlty sponsored by 
the My«rs Park Presbyterian Church. 

Oraage: 

So far the Presbytery is doing very little about Negro work — 
a prevtouK effort was met with opposition from Ui* Biialslar ut 
tha Northern Presbyterian Church Studies hav« baaa mad* aad 
options tsken; but to no avail. The Reiv. Leon Anderson of 
Atlanta was invited to come to view the situation with the idea 
of beginning a work in the Presbytery and becoming Its first 
pastor. For lack of interest on the part of the Negroes, this 
plan was abandoned 



Wilmington Presbytery has no Negro work. There are five 
Negrn rhurrh.'>s within the boaadarles of the Praabytary, bat 
theaa belong to the UP — USA Cbareh. 



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WinHlon-Halem : 

There are three Negro rhurthes in th'* i lenbytt i> The largest 
und most recent iii Dt'llalirouk in Wiiislon-Salem. The others 
are in North Wilkenboro and Danbur> 

The Pretibytery owns a v«Ty well located trsict of land In 
Winston-Salem «>n which it hi)|>e» to soniedttv txtabllsh other 
.Negro work. It !» felt that Ddlubrook must bnome stronger 
before the new project Is undeitnk*-!!. Progress here is slow, but 
fairly steady and quite «onnd. 



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Rkv. Hkn ►*. Buowjt, Vhairman 

Uadio-TV Workshop -A foui day Uadlo-TV Workshop. Initi- 
ated by this committee. Imt Himnsi.red by the .North Carolina 
Council of Church*-*, was hild ut Chapel Hill. .August 18-21. 
196<t. with nn enrollment of 19. Twelve of the»<> wer." Presby 
terlans from th«- following Irenbyterles Concord. FayettevlU.', 
Granville. Kings Mountain. .Me<klenburK. and Orangf Thre.> 
Presbyterit («. Albemarle. Wilmington, and Winston Salem, failed 
to send reprnjientatives. Rcptirts on th*- Workshop were gratify- 
ing 

KmploifmrnI of a IHreclor- The major work of your committee 
during the year has l>een the fatablishnient of a Department of 
Radio-TV nnd the employment of a Director. 

The full Sub-conimlttef on Kadit>-TV met in Raleigh on .Sep 
teuiber 19. 196<> to Implement the action of Synod to establish 
a l)«*partnHui of Uadlo-TV and to begin Its search for a Ulreclor 
Dr. Erne«t Arnold of TRAV. Atlanta, met with the committee 
Kxj)ected r-Kources for 1961 wtre fJi.iHio from Synod t Church 
Kxtension Commltt.'«. ( and TRAV. IB.ooo After careful con- 
sideration and estimates It wa-- r. !t that a total of I12.S00 y«'arly 
was necesi«ary to ttitablixh this ofltice. Dr. Arnold suggested that 
TRAV, instead of giving $&.i»00 a year for thret- y^ars. divide tU 
giving an follows tS.SOO In 1!»«0, fS.OOO In 1961. $5,W>0 in 1M» asd 
12.500 in 1963 With the |.'..'»oo not used in 19«0 a total of H2.SO0 
would be a%-8ilable for 19«l. Action wa-* approved and a budget in 
thix amount was prepared. 

The Secretary iiiid Di Arnold were asked to glvt* publicity to 
this new position and that appllcJion In made to Synods office 

A special ^omnilft' <• to m-rccn npplicittlons m«'t in Raleigh cm 
November 291 IStif i or-nal applications had be«Mi receiviMl fr«im 
nine men. Hy ■ prmess of elimination the coramlttef felt l«jd 
to consider Tel L Daniel of UaUigh as itn flrnl choice. Mr 
Daniel wan asked to vhlt ih « t.ff l« «•» <.f TRAV In Atlsnta. and 
the Protestant Radio Cenl«r In Decatur ll< iM-gan work February 
I. 1911. 

f:fimnttiun>tl FM Hrwttlrunting -"Tht FM broadrnsting medium 
l« going In only on. dir»( turn -upward That is a quoip from 
HROADCASTINfl MAGAZINE. February Z ». 1»«1 After many 
false starts in Its near thirty vear histoty. frequency mcKlulation 
radio is coming Into itR own Th»' broadcast spe<trum Is filling 
up In many metropolitan locations. Perhaps within the next 
two or thr-e jraara F.V will iH'comp a cloaed nhop as AM la now 
.Several F.M stations In the Synod of North Carolina could serve 
as a valuahle tool of communication for the Church Such sta- 



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tiona would not Ik- iuordinately expensive. FM is high fidelitx 
radio and a compatlljle R>Btt>m of nt^reo broadcasting ua F.M 
hM Jnst been appr >ved by th** Fedi^rai roniniunlcatlons Coni- 
mimion. Eduratioual FM stations are not subject to as stringent 
Federal rejfulation as commercial xtations. Presbrterlan edu 
• Milonal FM stations in the Synod (operated on our coUei{»' 
citmpuses or by Rrnups of churchex or by ulnRle cburches> 
doubtless would ha\e a vital Influt-nie en the (ominunltv. Sudi 
stations would; (li spread the Oospel. ( 2 » bo n cultural force. 
(3) be informative (educational*. (4» be a riHthod of instant 
communication for th»> church. (&» bririR high tjualitv entertain- 
ment. 

ll«M-<immfiifl«i Ions : 
Home MiM»ionM 

1. That the Chair man of Church Fxtenston and the Executive 
Secretaries of our Freabyterles be romm«'nded for their 
support of the Home Minsions cause 



RvaiifftHMm 

2 That organisations and groups in local churches continue 
to undertake The Mission of Friendship regularly throughout 
the year as a means of invitlnt; prthons to Christ, and en 
listing every member in responsible witne«sing. 

."*.. That Sessions of local churches plan regular training pro 
grams In P*»r8on-to-l'erson Evangvllsun. using new material- 
available from the Division of Kvangellsm to prt-puro groups 
of members for more faithful witness to Jesus Christ. 

4 That Heasions of local rhnrchea plan Missions of Procia 
mation to proclaim the Oospel through ['reaching Missions 
Peraoo-to-Peraon visitations. Innuirers Claaaes and all other 
possible raeane of helping persons to become ChristianK 

r. That Seasions h»' urged to plan training claases for new 
members. Adult as well u Vonth. using, "Toward Reeponst 
ble Discipleship' . by l)r William H Ward, and other ne» 
material available from the Hoar! of Chri«tian F.ducation 

«. That Presbyterien bf encouraged to do e%*. rything pt'fsnlbl'- 
to enrich the spiritual devdopnifnt of its irlnisitra through 
retreats and small study groups. 

That Presbyterlee seek to estsbli«h n dlscJilUipd fellowship 
of prayer among the ministers, both active and inacilv.'. in 
such a way that the work of i ai h niliilKter and the muiistr> 
of every church should be undergirded In intercrti»ory prayei 
In a regular manner (This program should be implemented 
through the ComroUte»» on Kvangelism of euch I'resbytery. • 

That every minister in the Synod of North Carolina submit 
to carefBl "Self-Examination' of the role which h.* Is playing 
as an Evangelist of Jeaas Christ, and dedicate himself ane« 
lo th<' fulfillment of hia calling 

t. That the rnnimlttee urge on Synod. Presbyteries, and 
churchm that slr^nunus efforts be exerted to curb the 
constant trend downward in growth hv Communicants and 



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also to Improve the growth of Sunday School enrollmeota. 
To that end, first, empbasis should be given to prayer. 
It is recomtnended also that every Presbytery through Its 
Committees on Evangelism and Christian Education study 
the statistics of the Presbytery in these areas, and endeavor 
to devlne ways and means of improving the situation. 
1<». That all n preneniatlves to Synod be urged to read the 
provocatlre sermon on the Presbyterian .NUssion to the 
Nation", by the Rev, I,.awrcnc«» W, Avent. minister of the 
Creatwood Presbyterian Church. High Point, under the 
title. "Something Old. Something New". 

11. That all ministers acquaint themwlves with the program 
projected by the Women-of the-Church. entitled "Go — That 
Yoa May Know", and encourage tlietr WOC organisations 
to participate in this program. 

12 That all ministers b*- urged to str-'ss the need of ministers 
and to confront our youth with th»' imperjitive of the call of 
the ministry as their vocation. 

Negro Work 

13. That all churches an^l Church Extension Committees recog- 
nise their responsibilities in the area of Negro work, and 
MH'k to take action toward enabling the Negroes of our 
Synod to have the ty|>e of Christian opportunities that will 
help them to worship and grow aplrttually in a manner la 
keeping with other ar<*iu of their Uvea. 

14. That all Churchea. or I'resbytery Church Extension Com- 
mittees, who feel that there is a need in any area for an 
additional Negro church, avail themselves of the services 
of our Assembly's Department of Negro Work in the way 
of surveys and advice In undertaking such work. 



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Raaio-TV 

That Presbyteries. Church Extension Committees, local 
Minist«>r«' Groups, and other interested groups or individuals 
be adrlaed that Mr Daniel is available for consultation. 
•4dr««a«a. workshops, and for other aervlceti 

That Synod encourage our Educational Institutions, churches, 
and groups of thurchf-K, to explore the possibility of entering 
the field of Educational KM hroadcaHtlng while there are 
■till openings In this 



(Itnrral 

That Synod exprens appre<-talion to th»- Hoard of Charcb 
Extension for the salary sustentation aid provld«4 on the 
aalarlea of ministers In the aid-receiving Presbyteries an(| 
for the grants-in-aid in two of our Pr«»sbyterles in 19il 

That churches and individuals be acnualnt»*d with the Perm- 
aacBt Church aad Manse Ixtan Fund, and that they be urged to 
••■tribute to the Faad. looking towards the attainment of 
the ipMi of tlM.M(l. 

That Synf>d adopt a budget for I ill for Church Extension 
in the total amount of ti7,S92. 

That pendit.K the adoption of th«-s.' r- rorompndatlons. Syno4 
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.lanunry 1. lJ6"t to IViiMubtr :i\. l!*fi<i 



(M>n**rnl K«*«-<>t|its nn<l IM«>biir^>iiH'niM 



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From I»r»i!ibyU I i»"i 
Albemarle 
rmirord 
Fayettpvlllr 
(iranville 
Kln^K Mduntnlii 
Mo«kl«fnburR 
Orange 
WilminKton 
\Vlimton-8al»'!n 

Total from Prf«bytt»rli-ts 
From Other Soarc«««: 



1900 



4.33H.42 
7.490.19 
7.757.6* 
4.4»<.83 
4.918.31 
9.848.80 
H.fi97.9fl 
3.809.00 
4,900.70 



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erty, /yr»« Realtur'K ("ommli««l'>n«. Taxef 
Innurance and Tpkcep t 976.35 

lnterei«t Re«<'tved from Wharton Estate 
Funds on Savings 180.40 

For GrantH-In-Ald 41I.M 

Share of L. Rlrbadsnn. Sr , Tro»t Fund 280.00 

FvanKeltHm Conference Receipta K19.25 



Total Injomr 



Hiidiri*!*'*! KkpenMni: 

Department of Hom« Mtxalons: 
Suatentation of Salaries in the Presbyterlea: 
Albemarle 
(Jranvllle 
Wllmlnftton 
Wlnalon-Salen 



Mlacellaneoua Balarl^ and Anuutties: 



Rev A C Miller 
Uranta-tn-Ald 



Tula! I>4|>artment of Huuie SII»aii>Da 

KvanKeliam Conference Kxpenaee 
Supp<irt of FreMbffterian Sev 

•Negro Work 

Chrtatian Relationn 

f>ubllc Relationa Radio * TelevUion 



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7.150.81 
«,926.41 
3.843.52 
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15.739.00 
10.024.01 
5.164.37 
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7,552.14 


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4.300.00 
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$27.9t2.22 


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204.80 


501.03 


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Committee Expenses 

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Travel Pool and Home Mission Assoria 

tlon Dues 
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Total Budgeted Expenses 



Income in Excew of Expenses 
Fund Balance January 1. 1940 

Fund Balance IVcember 31. 19f>»> 



81474 

12.5.00 
1 Assoria- 

56.00 
251.88 


495.12 

125.06 

5i.M 

.71 


$54,471.97 

$ 4.410.04 
10.512.51 


$.5^.194.59 



$14,922.57 



8UM.MARY OF STATEMENT 



Home Missions 
Evangelism 
Public Uilations 
Negro Work 
Radio and TV- 
Other Expenses 

Amount Disburned 



$3X.477.49 

4.244.49 

9.956.44 

21.7P 

501.03 

1.248.42 

$54,471 97 



Permanent Churrli and Mmhm- Ixinn FnmI 
LoMn iUil«nr«'M 

January 1. 1940 to De>cemb«r 31. 1940 



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Hig Rn<lin<h rrr»l>jirrur» I liurrli 
Ml»ilfnfi«r»i l'rr»ti>lprl«n t'hunh 
Butiirr i*r«l«>l»rlan Jlmrrh 
• ap* frmt Pmriftrwrlaa charrh 

< Arj frMiltrWHaa I'Inirrfc 

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l'l)B»«iulti i i«n ItiMrrh 

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ilAlJl.N'< K ON l>RltM(|T JANI'AIY I, 1»M 

RICrKIPTH 

«'ullertl<ios »D Prlii<-i^l »nA Intrirnl 
Inlrrvat on Hat lug* 



t2«.S41.*4 
SII3.1* 



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TOTAL 



l>l8BrB8KMENTH 

Umd* Mailr l<< rhuri-ht-' 

iM All N»l<« Itrrrmbrr SI, IIM* 
r«>li uit livpfwlt I'm Hmimnrr 

Total Utnnt ami Cash «•« iHvnmtt 

IIAUAN« K O.N KKIMiHIT WA« HOVIA HANK AMI 
TKt'irr CO. HAVI.NUH A< < "I VT l>K< KMRKR SI, II 



$U.SMT4 



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tt.SM.IT 

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DeccmlMr 31. 1»>0 



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<»rf Hm sm -I3\ l*«f*» >« Par Valiw 



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TOTAL MB! IRinKfl 

(ABM iM BAt IXOB ATI-OIXT 

ia> Aaaut tal KMt 

., „ 4ISI.T13 14 
•*B«c*lf*4 la CkHrrli Kit*i»l»n fual fnr <<r*Ms-la-AM. 
KBAKII TOTAL PICBIIANBNT BR*KB%B ft ?H» »».»U 4J 



rmi twl««l Batiat* aMi hmm AaBKiai«>«. 



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l'«"nnmi««iit Rwieprr Fund n«liinr«> Hh«^*» 

December 31. 1960 



143 



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l/tana I'rtnrlpal and AecTUf4 Intrrr*! 

Hecurlllf*- At Par 

WyaonK Mllla <'(>ni|ian]r Htnt-k 

Lllll.- Wilrhmsn SI.M-k 

TOTAL AHHETS 

rrXD BALA.VCB: 
B*la»r« Janiwrjr I, IM4 
AM: lB4<>r«at Karnod (la l»r|HMii 
tnlrrrat Karnrd On Lnan* 

IIALAX«r. nK< KMHm SI, !••«• 



I'mniinent Ri*»i«*rvr Kiinil— K«h«*Ii»I» «ihI IM««bMP««*f»M"m«» 

January 1. 19«» to Ile(»n»h<r 31. 19»5»t 
t AKM (»> OKI'OSIT i.^XI'ABt I, IIMW »II.«»S4 M 

RBf'EIPTH 
I i>UrrU.>u« Oe l^anii tM4SM 

Intrrert l£arnMl On Drprnlt 1.IU.M 4.«M X« 

I AMH ON liKPOKIT AT riRKT PKIlKHAI. HA\IN(iH ANI> U>AM 

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til.Tnei 

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42i.M 


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KALANCK ON HKI'OXIT J.l.M'ARV I. I»«0 |I.&«4.M 

an KiPTN 

InlarnM ^rned On Ha< ■(• ArvounI U.TS 

TOTAL M.Mrrs 

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r«a«b I'aiM l« l»r B N iM«i«r. Trraaarrr ul WtllUM MU- k 

■mm. int. a.Mi T* 

Thto r*t>rmMiU fundt rvcalvad by Clitirrli and Manar Planning Baak 
ahirli «.!« l» be writlrB by Dr. O V. ( audill . !>•?•< trr. ihr htmk «lll nut 
(•r wrlltm and Ui* fitnd* trrrt furwardrd !•• lb* WtiltaM HU< k Hi>»«'. In<' 

HALAM'K ON l>RI*OKiT WA< HOVIA RANK AXII TRt'HT <(•., 
RALKt(;ii. .V < JAM ARI SI, IMMi |i.«ua> 



r. Mflidl4> Ifiinran WtiMrtoti KMatr 

Km'llHa Mnd IHMbur*>«*mraln 
January I. IMO to I>e<'emb#>r 31, IM9 



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RiMKirW 
IttlMval Ear««4 On t)r|HMiH ,...,» ^ _.. . . tM.M 

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latrrrai lUriiMl On Uepa<M Tranvfrrrrd to ChtH^k Kilt«a u« fu»d IM M 

RALANrS DEI KMRKK 31. tf>M ON |lRf*OillT AT rtRKT rRORRAL 

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D. REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
ON EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 

Rwr. WnxiAM C. BK?(5in-r. Chairman 

I. I'Tellmlnary HtateRMmt: 

In an era of Inrreaalng s«»caUr eduration, both privately and 
publirally supported, the Church must niarshall it« reaourcea for 
the Chriatlan orientation of tomorrow's leadera In Ita own edu- 
cational InatltutlonB The hJRhest quality work munt he done 
on our campuaes if our Kruduatea art* to have any effeotlve In- 
fluence for the Chriatlan faith on conlemporary cultun*. The 
leadership and equipment demanded to enable our inntltutlons 
to do their Job well ri^qulres ut us a cooperative support that is 
Intelllient. dedicated, and financially generous. The Synod of 
North Carolina has made progress In this direction as we have 
carried through on the recommendations of the 1955 study with 
the consolidation program and the opening of St Andrews Presby- 
terian College in the fall of 1961 This great venture must now 
be followed through by our continued concern and lncr»u»4 
backing. 

II. OeaemI Ff nance: 

A. BdncMtlonal I nut It ut Ions: 

In the light of the above, the Committee regrets to report that 
In 1»«0. we received $5.1 3» l«w than in If St for the cause of 
Educational Institutions, a 4eer«Me of 1 88%. The budget asking 
was 9% above llfcf. We received only ii% of what we a«k«d 
uf th« Praabyterlea {li% In lt5»i. By Preabyteriea this was 
reflected as follows. 



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KM 

O 

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W 

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IVrrrntaxr of Anklncs tHrtm 

Kank-IMO Kj«nk-ll 



1 — 66'- 


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4— «t% 


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ai-«t% 


1 R. 'I '"^ 
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1—41% 


«-ii% 


•—47% 


t— 4i% 


T -4i« 


S— «f% 


8-11% 


7— M% 



The goal, eslabllnhed at the lime of ths 1»6I study In HIghi 
Kduratlon was set at $100,000.00 per Institution Wt bate falleh 
far short of that For lt6ft. $70,000 each was req«M«ed for 
rnion Seminary. Davidson, and Queens while thefwlMtlto lions 
actually received only $$7.1&« each Of the $fO.O»f rejoested 
for Flora Macdonald. only $41,213 was given Of t*^ i'-"^"" 
required for Peace and Presbjleriaa Junior College. |3,.S23 was 
rereired for PJC and 13?.. Ill for Peace m. Andrews receive* 
$87,210. so that of the lolal $&05.0ftO asked for the support of 
all InatllutioBa. only $2t8.74& or 5$% was given 



148 



MINUTES OF THE 



Last year, the Synod provided only'S.l^ of the lncom« of our 
combined Institutions. (For Davidson College with an annual 
budget of two mUUon dollars, the percentage was even lower.) 
In the light of these figures. Synod must face realistically the 
question of how much influence It can expect to exert on Its 
related institutions. 

This year, we are requenting conservative amounts which should 
be met in full if Synod 1« to live up to Its reeponsibillty to its 
educational Institutions. 

n. ContlnipMirx Pnad. 

Established to aasist in the Interim period the institutions to 
be consolidated this fund has proved its merit. It has been dis- 
bursed as follows: 



Flora Macdonald 

Peace 

Presbyterian Junior 



V. Th^ 10«« rampalKB for Hlicher KduratloB. 



Total Pledges 
Total Payments 

Balance Anticipated 



9S8.0I8.82 
13.000.00 
S8,0t8.83 

I84.197.I6 



$l.««».41t 

1.490. 187 

I 17f.27f 



The income share In this for St. Andrews was f 1.1 48, 880. 
Pledges for this are still active and being paid In the last 1! 
months, til 1.349.00 has been received, of which 183.928 has been 
received since January 1. 1961 We would remind Synod that 
the receipts from this campaign are divided between St Andrews 
(«/7) and Campus ChristiHn Life (1/7). As of May 1. 1»«1, 84 
churches which made corporate pledges still owe a total of 
1133.934 00. Ten churches have made no payment on pledges. 
Cnpatd Individual pledges total 8 48. 246. 00. 

D. Gnidanre renter 

Of ths 818.800 budget for 1980. the Presbyteries accepted 
813,081 and paid 810.821. the differential being met by Flora 
.Macdonald College. 

For 1981. the C«Bt«r requested 820.830. the Presbytertss 
accepting 814.893. 

If the Center is to be accredited by the American Personnel 
Guidance Asac»clatl«»n. it must receive 822.380 from Synod for 
ItCl. IMI«.«0 over the 1981 asking Is included for this pur- 



III. Rerwminrndaltntiii: 

iCciuralitmaJ inatitulioms 

( 1 ) That the Synod through Its l'resbyterl»>s, churches, and 
■i*nbers give fall support to the campaign now in progress 
for It. Andrews Presbyterian College, and the faculty »m6 
staff and Board of Tru«t*>es be given full encouragement 
as the college* is Inaugurated 

C t ) That Synod take cognlEsnce of the important part whUk 
the iDstttatlons being consolidated Into 8t. Andrews Collsg* 



SYNOD OF NOKTH CAROLINA 



149 



have played in the history of our Synod and Church, the 
splendid contribution they have made to the program of 
education: and that Synod especially express its gratitude 
to all persons who have contributed to the program of 
education, past and present, including faculties, staffs, 
and Boards of Trustees 

( S ) That Synod heartily commends to churches and parenla of 
potential students the new institution to be opened at 
Laurtnburg next September 15. 

(■uidance Center 

( 4 » That paBtors and Chrlntiun Kducation Committees keep 
before the youth of the churches the opportunities for 
guidance at the Presbyterian Vocational Guidance Center 

I 5 ) That the prayers of Presbyterians of the Synod of North 
Carolina be earnestly solicited for the continued progress 
of the Presbyterian Guldanc*' Center Program of the Synod 

( 6 ) That Synod express appreciation to Dr Rodger Wayne 
I>ecker. Dlre<tor. and to members of the staff of the Center. 

( 7 ) That Synod exprepK »xpreclatlon to Flora Macdonald College 
for facilities which have been provided for the Guidance 
Center since Its beginning In 1962. and to St Andrews 
Presbyterian College for facilities It contemplates providing 

I H > That Synod approve the appointment of two members of 
the Sub-Committee on ihe Guidance Center to serve with 
representatives of Synod s Kx^cutiv.- Committee on Chrle^ 
tian Education In presenting to the churches of the Synod 
of North Carolina information regarding the Vocational 
Guidance Center; the Rev Robert Turner and Dr Rodger 
I>ecker to be Advisory members of this Committee 

GewBml: 

( 9 ( That the program of bequests and deferred gifts be com- 
mended to the churchwi. 



(10) 



That all Individuals and churches which have open pledges 
on the 1958 campaign be urged to complete payments ss 
early as possible. 

(11) That the Budgets respectively for Educational Institutions 
and the Guidance Center, as approved by Synod's Council, 
be adopted by Synod. 



in 12) 



That. wher.eas the Board of Trustees of St. Andrews Pres- 
byterian College, elected by the Synod of North Carolina, 
and charged with responsibility of carrying out Synods 
directives In this Consolidation program, has been brought 
Into court as defendant, and whereas the Board of Trus- 
tees of 81, Andrews Presbyterian College Is representing 
the Interests of Synod and seeking to serve as steward 
of Synod's Educational resources, the Synod of North Caro- 
lina petition the Superior Court that the Synod be made 
a formal partv defendant in the suit now pending by the 
First Presbyterian Church. Raleigh, and the Board of 
.Managers of Peace College. Raleigh, versus the Board of 
Trustees of St Andrews Presbyterian College 



IM 



MINUTES or THE 



(13) That. p*nding the adoption of this report. Synod hear Dr 
John R Cunningham on the contribution to be made to 
higher education by the prcigram of Synod, an refl»-cle<i 
in the consolidation into St. Andrews Presbyterian College; 
and also the Rev. John 8. Brown on the subject of Recruit- 
ment for the Ministry. 



I. REIIIRT OF HrB-<t)!H>IITTKK <>,\ HYXt>l>'K 
KI>1'< ATIONAL INHTITinOXH 



J. Bbya.'xt Kikki.anu, Chairman 



The role of < hurch owned and church related colleges is becomtnf: 
progresslTely more Important Th«> increased number of college-age 
students who will seek admiiiRlon to colleges during the 60's accentu- 
ates the problem of InKtitutionH of higher learning of all tjrpes in 
meeting the educational needs of this important population group. 

The committee is impressed with the enthu»<iasm and dedication 
of the leaders of the four Institutions St. Andrews College. Queent- 
College, David'^on College and Union Theological Seminary. Even 
though each tni^titution ha?< a somewhat different mission to per 
form, purposeful planning Is evident on each campas. 

The institutions are doiiu; ao effective Job in selecting and ad 
mitting the kind of students who have promive of utilising their 
opportunities a^ college students to acquire competencies B«eded to 
become leaders in their respective fields of endeavor. CoBStaat evalna- 
tions of instructional procrams and teaching methods are being 
made. Innovations are also being introduced at some of the insti 
tntions. The core program on "Chrlntlanlly and Culture" at St 
Andrews will (Ommand the attention of educators throughout the 
region as a means of enriching the learning experience of the 
students. Of »tp4H-ial interest also is the attempt being made to 
utilise the most competent utaff members as lecturers In larg*- 
claases. followed with small discuHsion group*. 

One of the most crucial problems faced by the Institutions if 
that of obtaining and maintaining comp<>tent staff members. Despite 
the salary Increases that have been made the institutions are not 
competitive with the larger private and State supported institution* 
for p^-rsonnel. It becomes very important, therefore, for us to 
Increase our Mupport for these colleges. All Presbyteries, churches. 
and Individuals should become more actively coseoraed with the 
Bupport of all our institatloBs. At a time when the ■«« eoosolidated 
College St. Andrews- is beginning its program it Is partlmlarly 
Important that every effort be made to insure its success. 

There are 2.437 students in our own Institutions this year. Last 
year there were t.Stt, 8f more than this year. Of these l.SfiO are 
Prrabyterians (Sl.7%) and 1.170 non Presbyterians. Presbyterian 
■tiidents In all Institutions of higbcr otecatlOB la North Carolina 
have increased from &.2T0 for the s e — I— IfM-ltM to 8.100 the cur 
rest aoaslon. There was an increase this year over laat year of 
flC. Tkerc are between 5.000 and 10.000 students who give no de- 
Bomlaational preference. We ronservatively estimate that by H7S 
ihora vlU be 11.000 Presbyterians in the state Institutioiu at bixher 



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HAVlimO^ ( 0I.I>M;K. DavidBon North Can. 
Una. David Orier Martin, rrestdt-nt. The CoUegt 
ia owned and controlled by the Tru8t<>«*8 of David 
Bon College who are elected by PreBbyterJea in 
the Synod of North Carolina and by St. Johnh 
and Evergladea Preabyterlea in the Synod of 
Florida and by Asheville Prt-nbytery of Appala 
cbla Synod. Founded in 1837. Men. 

Arademtc Ktandinii. Member of the Aaaocia- 
tion of American College*; the Southi-ru Assuciation of Colleges 
and Se«on<lary Schools; the Southern Iniverslly Conference; tht 
National Confi-reoce of Church-Related Colleges; the I'reabytertau 
F^ducational AMOciation of the South; and la on the list of collegen 
approved by the Aaaociatlon of American Cnlversltleii Davidson 
baa a Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. [Site of College: 95 3 studentii 
6« Faculty Members (plus R.O.T.C. personnel). 12 Admlnistrativt 
Officer* J 

Financial: Hook value of property. $7, 437. 442; General and 
Scholarship Etidowmept. tl«».43i.()92; for the c«)llege year endtn»: 
June 30. 1961. the Supporting churches of the Synod of North 
Carolina will have contributed f 39.UUO or 2.9';^^ of the educational 
budget of the College according to an estimate b«ae4 on p«ynt«nl« 
so far this year. 

As a part of Davidson's Ten Year |1 l.SOO.OOO development plan 
over M.SOO.Ooo has been added to the resources of the colloKf 
during the pant four years. More than half of this amount has 
be<*n designated aa permanent endowment for faculty salaries 
and other ^ential operating expense* Qtfis to the Ten Year 
Program have also provided funds to finance the following ad 
ditions to our physical plant: 



Ctaarlea A. Dana Science Laboratortes 
Mary Reynolds Dabcock Wing 

of the Grey Memorial Library 
Richardson Hall ( Dormitory > 
Martin Science Building (Renovations) 
Chambers Huilding (Renovations) 
John R. Cunningham Fine Arts Building 

(To be completed In September. 1»«1) 



I 724,0«» 

2<f.0«« 
4S1.7«f 

I.OdO 



I2.I17.S00 



Almost all of the t7.0Mti.ii00 which Davidson must raise in the 
nett six years to complete the Ten Year Program will strengtheii 
the scademic aresa of the college This incladcs library resources 
and personnel, instructional tools such aa aadlo-viaual aids, car- 
riculum studies, research and ntudy funds, the building up of 
several vital departments and the rennvatlnn and addlttion of 
lie buildings and equipment. Of paramount importance in 
years. Is lb* ever-pr*««&t and alMmportant o«ceaalty for 



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additional permanent endowment for the improvement of faculty 
salarifMi. 

A major step in this direction has been taken by the Richardson 
Foundation, headed by Mr. H. Smith Richardson, alumnus and 
former trustee of David»on. in a challenge grunt of |425,uuti 
for the endowment of two Richardson profeasorshipa. on condition 
that the college rais<> during the next three years a total of 
|1,3I5.0(M) In additional giftt* for fuiulty endowment. 

The second major project will be a synod-wide campaign in 
1965-19<( for the balance of the funds needed to complete the 
$11,500,000 Ten Year Program. 

After a period of intensive study, a sub-committee of the Fac 
ulty Curriculum Committee la now developing a two-year Inter 
departmental course in the Humanities which will embrace th<' 
fields of History. Literature. Religion, Philosophy, and the Artu 
This project, together with Davidsons well -est ablUhed Honiim 
program for upperdasamen. Increased resources for prufesRional 
development and research by individual profesa4>rs, and other 
forward-looking projecta are evidence that Davtds«>n. in its I24tli 
year as a church-related Christian college, is firmly committed in 
all iispects of its program Ix^th to high spiritual Ideals and high 
academic standards In the face of the crucial problems which 
lie tx'fore all American colleges and universities. Davidson is 
striving to continue its role in providing dedirmted. trained 
leudi-rahip for the Church as well as for the busincHis. civic, and 
prof'-asional life of (his Hynod, the South and the Nation 

During the 1961-62 acad»"mlr year, the Collcg.- will achieve an 
important objective in its Ten Year Program by increasing the 
student body to what is for Davidson an optimum level of l.ooo 
IB4HI. 

FliOK.^ M.%ClM>NALn <X)l.l.l<:<il-:. Red Springs. 
North Carolina Charles U Vardell, Jr . Pre*! 
dent. A division of St Andrews Prenbyterian 
College. Lauringburg, North Carolina. Aniiley C 
Moore. President, owned and oiwrated by the 
Synod of North Carolina. Pmsbyterian Church In 
the I'nited States Founded in 1896 Women 
(Min enrolled as day students ) 

AcadeMir Hiawiling; Member of the AMMtciatlon 
of American Collegfs. Memb«r nf ihf .•iouthem 
iaiinlstlnil of Colleges and Secondary Schools; Member of th< 
Nattoasl Association of Schools of Music; Member of the Soath«-rii 
Association of Colleges for Women. North Csrolina College Coo 
f*rsnc«. Mid tbs Presbytertaa B4«c«tlonsl Association of the 
Sovlh. 




Hlae of the C'olleite: Administrative SUff. «; Facalty. 4o. Htu- 
deniit enrolled in Degree Courses. 396. Business Students. 25. 
Special and Studio Students. 27. Summer School Students. 371. 
TMal Stadeals. fit. 



I r«>firTty and FInasMVs: 

1- Value of property 
2. Oenersl Endowment 
2. ficholarship Endowment 

Total 



t 42h.732 (7 
l4l.7iS 46 
172.«4f.7l 

11,149. 127 79 



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Flora Macdonald College la a four-year rollege accredlt«d. 
ptated above, to grant the following degrees: 



Uachelur of Arts 
Uacbelor of Science 



Bachelor of Music 

Bachelor of Music Education 



The chief aims of the collego are two-fold: the liberal education 
of jroung people for Christian American citlsenHhlp; and the train 
Ing of its students for certain profenaional railings that will enable 
th<>m to be useful and self-sustaining. A partial list of these op- 
portunities follows; 

KduraiioBal Work, in public and private schools. 

C^hurrh Work, as pustors' assistants, workers in Christian edu- 
catiun and secretaries. 

Health Work, in the fields of medical technology and nursing 
(in cooperation with certain medical schools and hoapitala.) 

MuMir, where there are constant opportunities for teachers in 
studios, schools and colleg«»s; for organists and choir directors 
in churcht^s; and for tal«>nt»'d mus:cians in the fields of radio. 
television and popular music 

Home Kronomim, in the fields of child care, dietetics and bonit- 
demonstration. 

IliiHinetM aad Offlct' Work, with special training as business 
administrators, teachers. •ecr«Uui«i and accountants. 

Plora Macdonald College has a strong Christian faculty, trained 
in the great college*, universities aad graduate Si^^hools of America 
and Europe, dedicated to the cause of Christian education, and 
Kxperifnced In dealing with the Intellectual, spiritual and social 
piublcms of the modern college student. 

Th*> effectiveness of the teaching program is shown by the qual- 
ity of the graduates of the college. Many Flora Macdonald stu- 
dents have made brilliant records in professional aad business 
careers. The contribution of the college In training teachers, 
pastors' assistants, social workers, aeeretarlcs and homemakera 
haj) been notable. 

Th«> Vardell Scholarships, now In the seventh year of operation 
and offfring generous amounts to recipients nf these scholarships, 
have attracted to tlie campus a aanber of students of exceptional 
promise. 

With iacreaaed gifts from the Synod, the college kaa been able 
to keep the quality of the work high in the face of inflationary 
thretats to a succeaeful business operation. 

The total enrollment for the year is the largest la the history 
of the institution. 

The religions life of the campus during the year has been es- 
'*eptionally fine The program sponsored by the Student Christian 
AMMK-iation has been most effective and the students and faculty 
alike have contributed to the maint<>nance of the spiritual vitality 
mhtrh has always been one of tJ>>> marked characteristics of the 
college 

The Presbytertaa Oaidanc*- Center at Flora Macdonald College 
continues to serve the Church The center •aiploys C full time 
staff members and S psrt time staff nemllMli. Approximately 
I2S jroang people from the Synod will aee the center this year 
The eaater cannot meet the demands for its services and further 
expaaslon is necessary. 



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Last euiiiiner the college was host to the Young I'eopU-s Con- 
ference of Wilmington Prenbytery. This year Kayett^vllle Pres- 
bytery is also making use of our buildings and facilities for its 
annual Leadership Training School 

Ihis year ha^i also been esiM-rially notable for intense and con- 
Hecrated activity on the part of administration, faculty and stu- 
dents in preparation for the coming move to the Laurinburg 
campus at St. Andrews Presbyterian College. 




VI KK.NN (>(»lJJ{<iK, Churlottf, North Caro- 
lina; Edwin K. Walker. PH.D., Preaident. Th«- 
college Is owned and controlled by the Synodn 
of North and S«iuth Carolina. Founded 18&7 

.Academic Standing: Four-year, fully accredit 
ed litx-ral artii rullege for women. College la a 
member of the Southern Association of Colleges 
and Secondary Schools, the Amoriran Council on 
Education, the rrenbyt^-rtan E<iucatiun AhmmIu- 
(ion of the South, the American Af^Hociatioii of Colleges, the Amen 
can Association of I'niversity Women, the National Commissiou 
on Accrediting, the College Entrance Examination Board, and thi- 
College Scholarship Service. The .Music I>epartnu>nt is accredited 
by the National Association of Schools of Music, and the Evening 
Colli ge is a member of the National AMociation of I'niversity 
Evening Colleges. 

Kixr of iIm* College: Enrollment, regular cullfge seottion for 
196U-CI; 474; Evening College, credit students: 160; non-college 
music enrollment: 148; summer session of 1960 159. 

Financial Htatui: Value of property. 13.754,679 General and 
Rcht.larship endowment |2.98fl,000. The contributions from th*- 
two supporting Synods during 1 969-60 were |57.?f7 < North Caro- 
lina $41,261M, which is 6 6'*; of budgeted operating expendituren 

(M-ncral liifor^MilkNi: In October of I960, tjuecns dedicated 
(our buildinj(s: Harrisi Hail, erected in l959-6>) and named in 
honor of James J Harris. njeml>*»r of the Board of Trustees, and 
Ang'lla Morrison llarrld; Carol Hall, art building, gift nf Irwin 
Belk and named in honor of Carol Grotnes Relk : Everett Library, 
completed in August I960 and named in honor of H. H. Everett. 
I'hairman of the Board of Trustt>e«: and the Dans ClaMiroom 
Building, the gift of manufacturer-philanthropist Charles a Dana 
\ n«'W system of campus lighting and the paving of new rampun 
drives were also completed. 

Tlio scholarship program has beea increased and streagihened 
by the apiKiintment af Dana and Qneens Srholam, studentii of 
superior ability, who are now participating in seminars which 
will allow them to pursue upeclal academic Interests In conjunc- 
lioB with their regular degree program 

The college is now engaged in an extensive self-«ludy beina 
coocucted under the program of Institutional Self-Study and 
Periodic Visitation of the Southern AMociation of Coilegee and 
WtjMWiJary Behooto. Such a study is required ^ each accredited 
WMnhW ttf til* Maoeiatinn every ten year*. Included In th* 
gu^ens self-ctady are the rollowlng asp«H-ts of the college purpose 
financial resources, organlxatton. educational program, library, 
faculty, student persoaael, physical plant, research, and speelal 
actlvitlee. 




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SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



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A recent gitt of IIOO.OOU from the Z. Smith Reynolds Founda 
tion will endow a profoHSorship. one of fifteen whlrh the rotlegf 
lilans to estttbliah in th» neit few years. 

The Queens Evening C'ollt-ge, a program of adult education, and 
the Queens-Charlotte Leadership Program, a joint project of the 
college and churches of Charlotte, continue a^ important puts 
of the over-all program of the college. Through elective courMS. 
Queens students doing major work in Bible and religion can qaal- 
Ifv for certification as Associates in Christian tCducatton. 



muntty will share in giving to this effort. In addition, the Synod 
has contributed to the operating budget of the college In its 
planning end formative years. Other support has come from the 
Ford Foundation and the Oanforth Foundation for planning work 
Approximately |7, 600. 000 is the total needed to build the campus 
as outlined by the architects and educational consultants, for a 
student body of opproximately l.<M)t». 



JUNIOR (Y)LLR«KK 



HT. ANI»RKWH I'RKHItVTKRIAN (t>LIJ<UiK (Formerly Consul 
idated Preabyterlan College). Laurinburg. N C Dr Ansley C 
.Moore, President; owned and supported by the Synod of Nortli 
Carolina, Presbyterian Church. V. S. OjM'ns on a new campu^ 
September. 1961. Consolidation of Flora Macdonald. Preabyter 
ian Junior and Peace Colleges. Coeducational, liberal arts, four 
year college 

Aradcmlr Hlandlng: Fully accredited by the Southern Aasocin 
tion of Colleges and Secondary Schools, St. Andrews music con- 
servatory is also an institutional member of the National Associa- 
tion of Schools of Music. 

<^irriculum. At the heart of St. Andrews' curriculum lies Iht 
Christianity and Culture Program This core program will give the 
students 36 credit hours in history. Bible, philosophy and liters 
ture and the humanities. It will be taught by a team of five pn* 
feasors on the lecture-preceptorial method. Three degrees are 
offered by St. Andrews: the bachelor of arts, the bachelor of 
science and the bachelor of music. Majors include Bible, Christian 
education. English, biology, chemistry, mathematics, history 
foreign langaages, teaching, business, home economics, and muslc 
Cooperstlve programs in engineering, nursing, and medical tech 
nology have been worked out with other institutions. Approit 
mately 60 members of the faculty and admlnlntratlon will bl- 
under contract when St Andrews opwu tbis fall. 

Phjrsical Plant: Ten buildings will be ready for use when the 
college op«>ns in the fall, the liberal arts and science buildinn 
the student center, six dormitories, the music building and tile 
heating plant. During the summer, the library will get underway 
Urgently aesdsd are the nuditorlum, gymnasium, administration 
bailding sad ekspel. All buildings, except the gymnasium, will 
bs centrally air-conditioned in addition to central healing. All 
are specially equipped for the convenience of paralytic students 

As of May 1. 1961. 8t. Andrews Presbyterian College baa r<v 
osiTsd 8S2 paid applications and baa admitted 642 for tbc fall 



Pifty-seven administrative and faculty i>eople are under con 
tract a« of this date 

financial I'ictare: Financial support of St. Andrews' buildtiic 
program has corns from the Synod of North Carolina, through 
a eaaipalffn la lf56. and the laurinburg and Scotland Counts 
Comnanlty of the college The former has provided approximatetv 
$1,200,000 and the latter approximately tl.700.oi> The total 
pl«4c«d by Laarinburg and Scotland County is t3.0i2.0O0, som* 
of wblch is pledged for l»61-65 and some lf6&-70. 

In 1961. a campaign for aa additional t2.2SO.OO0 Is belag con 
ducted throughout the Synod and the College's immsdlats eorn- 




PKACK COLIJCfiK. Raleigh. North Carolina. Dr. 
William C I'regsly. President The College is 
owne<l and controlled by the Synod of North 
Carolina with twu Tru«te«'8 appointed from each 
of the nine Presbyteries and two from the First 
Presbyterian Church of Raleigh, and with six- 
teen Trustees appointed at large. Founded 
1872. Women. 

Academic Ktandlng: Member Southern Association of CollegM 
and Secondary Schools. North Carolina College Conference, the 
American Association of Junior Colleges, the Southern Aaaocia- 
tion of Colleges for Women, and the Presbyterian Education 
Association of the South. 

Mae of the Coliecr: 302 students: 16 full-time K part-time 
faculty; 12 staff (8 full-time. 4 part-time). 

Kinsartal: 1961 value of property 1 7 50. 000; General Scholar- 
ship Kndowment 1 250.000. The contributions from the churches 
for operating badget were t30. 168 14 That Is lO"; of the operat- 
ing fund. The school is op«>rating with a small surplus which is 
put into permanent improvements. 

Peace College completed its 89tb year on May 29. 1961. 

The quality of academic work was good In admitting » student, 
several factors were taken into consideration (1) her scores on 
Scholastic Aptitude Test of the College Examination Board. 
(2> her high school record. (3» her reference reports. (4> her 
rburch interest, her seriousness of purpose, and her gen^'ral prom- 
ise of growth. For the 1960-61 school there were practically 
three applicants for each boarding space available. 

Peace is constantly striving to secure a faculty of outstanding 
academic ability, who appreciate thorough scholarship, and who 
have a csrtalB sympathy with and und«-rstanding of stadeni 
problems, most of whom are Presbyterians, and all of whom are 
members of some evangelical denomination and genuinely inter- 
eatsd to promotion of the caase ai Christianity. 

P a «cs College is striving to proaiote a real program of Cbriatian 
F^uration The AdminlMtraiion and F'aculty are planniaf sacb a 
program largely by means of Chapel. HIble, and the claasrftom In 
Keneral. A coarse In Christian Kellefs" was added recently 
Also sloes stadent crmperation ta easeatiai. the Peace Stadeat 
Chrlstlaa Association takes the lead In eaeouraging stadsats 
to participate in all religious prograais la tbs school aad la tbs 
local church fellowship groups whicb statfaats are argsd to aftsad 
Ten or fifteen students are thinking a^tMMly of '•ntering actfvi- 
Christian StTvire Connlderatlon is givaa la planning the reHgloun 
program at Peace to the fact that a large number of Peace girls 
win be home-makers and will bavs aa opportaalty of tralalag 



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their children in the Christian faith aa well as Berving themselveK 
in the many phases of the local church work. 

The Religious Emphasis services this year were led by Dr. F 
Crosaley Morgan of Concord. North Carolina. 

A Meditation and Prayer Room in memory of the late Miss Luc> 
Steele, Mary McNalr ProfeMor of Bible at Peace from 19S3 until 
her death In 1954. has meant much in the religious life of th>' 
Cortege. 

The Peace College Women's Advisory Committee is composed 
of five representatives from the Women of the Church of each 
of the nine Presbyteries including their presidents Mrs Issjk 
Avery. Jr., of Statesvllle. N. C. is chairman of the Advisory Com 
mittee. 

Peace College appreciates fnlly the financial support of th» 
Syood. 




I'KKHItVTKKIAN Jr>ilOK CinAMOm (Divt 

-Ion of St Andrews Presbyterian College). Max 
ton North Carolina. Dr. Louis C. LaMotte. Presi 
dent The college is owned and controlled by th< 
Synod of North Carolina, foanded I9t9. consoli 
dated May 28. 19S8. Co^ucattonal 

Academic Htaadtng. Accredited by the .North 
Carolina State Department of Public Instnictioc 
for University of North Carolina: member South 
ern Association of Colleges and 8«c(Mld«ry Schools: member Ameri 
can Association of Junior Colleges; OMBber <>f North Carolina Col 
lege Conference; member of Presbyterian Educattoaal AsMClation 
of the South; AMOciate member of the commiMiOB OB (Aristian 
Higher Eduratinn of the Aasncialion of ABBMrleM Collecec; ^^roYed 
by United SUtM Office of Education for th* admission of fmretgn 
students. 

■toe of College : 3K1 In regular aeaslou. 127 In Hummer School 
In the regular sssalon 264 wars Preshmen; 7S Sophomores; 2u 
Special Students; » Preparatory. There were X3S men and 41 
There were 1» teachers 3 at whom were part -time. SsvM 
on the administrative staff. 



Kiaanrlal: as of April 30, 1911 there was no debt, the valu« 
of property was |€4g.«11.30; gMMral sodowmeBt |I*2.S41.10 includ 
ing scholarship endowment of |St.lOS.M. Total aaaets were 11.102. 
MS.ft. OlfU received In the inaacial year Jane 1. 1959 to May Si 
I9M were: iBdlvidaal gifts IS.CS6.1S. Syvod of North Carolina. 
IS4.91S.M. Women of the Charcfa mad specials from rhurchea. |6tS.M. 
other. lld.HM 10 The last itan was largely from the North Caro 
Una Foundailf n of ChnrrhRelated Colleges. Up to April M. IHl 
the gifts total tS9.499 5« la 1969-«0 the glfu from Synod ware IS.S 
percent of the total expenditaraa. 

In 1»M there were 42 gradaataa. Tka IH9 coauaeBcaiaaBt mreach 
^r was Dr. B«a)amin I^cy Roaa aC Ualoa Tka^ecteal Seminary 
llliilwrniil The 1961 eoaaiaaeement preacher will ba Dr John A 
lUtttaaC pastor of First Praabjrterian Church, Oreaasborn, la 196") 
the iiddrr*ii to gradaatea was hf Mr Volt Ollmore, Chairman <f 
Kynods Coancil aad V ies pr as id a a t North Carolina Council of 
CharrlMa. Tha apaaker ta IMI will be OoTernor Ttnj Saaford. sn 
alaasaw eC Um eotlege of 19S4 

••BUMr Schools will be held in 1941 Preparatory 8ttmm«T 
Sclloal bcgtns Jaae IS aad Collegtate Summer School h^Kinii Jua* 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



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19. The second termn of both begin July 24. When the last class 
of the Preparatory Summer School meets on August 31. 1961 all 
educational activity on the Maxton campus will terminate and be 
transferred to the campus of St. Andrews Presbyterian College in 
Laurinburg which opens September 15, 1961. As in 19S0. the 
college. Jointly with Flora Macdonald College, is sponsoring a Col- 
lege Credit Round the-World Flying Course, which leaves Los 
Angeles on July 1. 1961. 

The enrollment at the opening of college in September I960, com- 
pared with previous years follows: 



Preparatory and Special Students 

Freskmaa ^^ 

Sophomorea 

Night Clasa Studenta 



IINI7 


I05II 


t05f» 


tmio 


40 


32 


25 


36 


no 


154 


lis 


S17 


41 


34 


69 


«0 


6 


10 


SS 


9 



Total 



IN 



SSO 



m 



SX2 



Pre-aession faculty conferences and the orientation program were 
sacosatfally carried out at the opening of college In the fall. I*ro- 
fesaw J. H. Allred of High Point College spoke on making our 
college Christian to the faculty. Dr. Chevis Ligon conducted Fall 
Devotionals. The Reverend Hugh Reed Montgomery led Religioas 
Emphasis Week. The Student Christian Aiwociation. and the Chris- 
tian Service Fellowship consihting of those planning full-time 
Christian service, have been active on the campus. Three ordained 
aad a aamber of lay faculty members have supplied vacant pulpits 
The coll^a president has preached forty Ave times on the thirty 
four Sundays alaca college opened 

The Distlagaialied Visitors Program has made a valuable contri 
bution to the intellectual life of the campus. Some of those speaking 
or performing musical numbers including chapel speakers outside 
the program are Dr. Theodore lllman. Dr. Clyde A. Mllner, Dr 
Malcolm R Calhoun. Mr. Vic Hyde. Mr. Graham Scott Pearson. Daaa 
B. R. Teare. Dr. David Cairns. Mrs. Katherine Bnwken. RabM 
Jerome O. Tolochko. Dr Harry Lewis Harvin. Dr. David B Hawk, 
the Reverend William E Link. Superintendent A. B. Gibson, the 
Reverend Walter P Baldwin from Japan. Miss Mary Doris Moore 
from Africa, and the Reverend Jule?* Spark from Braiil. Reverend 
John R. McKlnnon. Dr. Ansley C. Moore spoke at the opealng of 
nrhool. Tbs Raveread TIcb-Tm Wa. a native of Taiwaa spoks 
recently. 

The stadeat sctivtty program has moved al^MI tatlafactoHly 
The Stadeat Government. Student Chrlstlaa AaaadatiOB. Athletic 
AssoelatlcA. W. H. Belk Literary Forum, the Bagpipe staff, the 
SaadiqMir staff, the Glae Club, an orchestra, the Block "P" Club. tiM 
(hHMtaa Service rallowshtp. Phi TheU Kappa Hoaorary Scholastic 
Fraternity, tlie Volaateer Firemen s AMKicistloB. the Photography 
<Iub. the Radio Club. Future Teach»rs of America, Future Busineaa 
l^eaders of America, and other groupa have functioned The intra- 
mural athletic program hss been emphasised. Wrestling and (rack 
have beae added to basketball, baseball, golf, aad tennis as later- 
'ollectete aports 

AaMfTtcaa Education Week. United Nation's THf. FoaadOTS* Day. 
liomaeoailBg Day. and National Christian College Day were e^ 
Aa ^entng reception, a Thanksgiving Banquet, a Chrfat* 
t. a Birthday Dinner, and M>veral other sorlal gathariags 
have been hfid The JunlorBenior Banquet Is scheduled for May 
IS. 



IftO 



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Durtnic the year 125.220.75 wm awarded to studenU: In work 
cranU, $2.1 60.00. In acholarahipa. 19.410.75. In National Defense 
Loans $13,650.00. 

One student. Mr. Zeno Williams. Jr.. was killed in an aatomobile 
accident in December. 

R»'prejsentattves from the college attended the meeting of the 
Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, the North 
Carolina College Conference, the American Association of Junior 
Colleges. North Carolina Conference of Deans and Registrars. North 
Carolina Church Related College Foundation, the North Carolina 
Church-Related College Conference, slate and regional meet 
ings of Biblical instructors, the Television and Ra?dlo Institute of 
the Federal Council of Cborches. the Fifteenth Institute on Higher 
Education at Scarritt College, the World Mission Conference, the 
Southern AsR<K<latlon of Junior Colleges, the Southern Asaociation 
of Church Related Colleges, and several other educational meetings 

The college president carried out the sollcitAtion assignments of 
the North Carolina Foundation of Church-Relatad CollegM and spent 
a day In New York helping to make calls for the Independent Col- 
lege Funds of America. Inc. Our college will receive about $12,000 
from these funds. He has carried on the program of an edacational 
broadcast and an inspirational broadcast for the college each week 
over radio station W.E.W.O. He has attended the meetings of 
Fayettevllle Presbytery and the Synod of North Carolina, and the 
Cavalcades which were held In the fall. Until the annual meeting 
In December, when he resigned as secretary of the Iktard of Direc- 
tors of St. Andrews Presbyterian College, he attended all meetings 
of that body and the Executive Committee of the same and took 
minutes. In prejwratlon for his duties aa Director of Adult Educa- 
tion and Director of Summer School, he haa ma4« • MTvful study 
of adult education and has attended a conference on tb* sabject at 
Gatllnburg. Tennessee. He has slso made a careful study, on the 
ground, of the night clasps program of Queens College and Gullf> rd 
College. He has prepared several reports for the Adult Education 
Committee of St Andrews l»reHbyterlan College, and bopea the 
Committee may be able to clear an effective pr<H(ram of Adult Educa- 
tion In time for effective promotion at the opening of St. Atttfraws. 

The Are on February 10 was a great inconvenience. FInmiCi aad 
students did outstanding work In saving the building. Tko flrs 
began about 2 am By S a.m. the contents of the building hmi been 
replaced In undamaged rooms by the students' help, and classes be 
gan at S a.m. uwlng for claMrooms the cafeteria, gymnasium, racrea 
tlon room, and library The insurance settlement was 135.900. 
Tho building baa be«n repaired sufficiently to make it usable, clean 
Mi4 attractive. «Btll tbe end of Summer School on August 31. 1961 

A report to the Board of Maaagers on the history oi PrmbyterUn 
Junior College la added u of historic Interest as Presbyterian Junior 
College moves Into the larger program of St. Andrews Presbyterian 
College. 




ORADl'ATK H<'HOOI.i 

TNION* THKOIXMiirAL MKMISAKY. Rich- 
mond. Virginia, la specifically related to and 
under the control of the Synoda of Appalachla 
North Carolina. Virginia, and West Virginia 
Trustees are nominated to the Board by these 
Synods. Under corporation law of the Common- 
wealth of Virginia the election of TnuMooa Is 
v««t«d in the trustees tbemaelves. but ib* trvs- 



SYNOD OP NORTH CAROLINA 



1«1 



tew oloet only persons nominated by the Synods. 

Aa one of the four theological senilnartfs of thu Presbyterian 
Church in the United States. Union Seminary regularly aubmlta 
to the General Aaaembly of the Church a report on Ita work aa 
information. 

At the meeting of the Board in May lt€0 tbe Reverend Andrew 
R. Bird. Jr., a Trustee from the Synod of West Virginia, wait 
Hlect«><l Chairman, replacing Dr. Wyndham B. Blanton, deceaaed 

The Synod of Virginia nominated Dr W. J. ThomiMon. Jr.. a 
Truatee replacing Dr. Wyndham U. Blanton. The Synod of North 
Carolina nominated the Reverend Warner L Hall, replacing the 
Reverend Fred R. Stair. Jr., removed 



Htadent Affalnt 

During the academic year 262 atudenta have been enrolled In 
the Seminary as follows Seniors. 65; Mlddlers. 75; Juniors. 64; 
Special Students. 77; intern StudenU. II; and Graduate Studenta, 
30. Tbia comparea with a student enrollment during the 195t- 
1960 aenlon of 293 students. The students have come from 50 
preabyteriea of the Presbyterian Church. U. B. ; from 15 synoda; 
from 23 states and the District of Columbia; and from 10 foreign 
countries Eighteen denominations, other than the Presbyterian 
Church, U. 8., are represented In the Student Body One hundred 
and ninety-two literary institutions provided the collegiate and 
university preparation for the enrolled students. 

On May 23, 1961 the Seminary eipiTta to award one TH.D. 
degree; 13Th M, degreea; 65 B D degrees; and one diploma. 

Fiva fellowahtpa for gradaate study were awarded to members 
of tbe Senior Claag. 

It ia worthy of particnlar note io thia connection that the ea- 
rollment In the Seminary for thia year is down approximately 
11%. The baaic decline Is In the Junior Claaa. There are many 
roMoaa for thia condition: at the moment we are at the bottom 
of tbe bIrth-curve in so far aa graduate atudent enrollment la 
coBcerBed Just now the notorious crop of "war babiea" la reach- 
ing the campus of college and university. Within three or four 
y^^ It etm be expected that this compeny will begin to reach 
the leir^ of sradvate education and the theological inatitatlona 
will feel ezMpiloaal preeaure from such a condition 

Above all elee. however. It appears to Union Seminary that tbe 
baale reaaoa for this decline in enrollment haa b<eQ a d^leteat 
preeeataUoa of the claims of the gospel ministry to young people 
of the Cbarch. In this responsibility the several courU of the 
Church have not been aa vigorous and diacerning aa tbe future 
welfare of our denomination demands It is worthy of note thai 
earoUmeBt in theological institutions througboat the country Is 
down considerably aad some denomlaattons are down more than 
20% in their candidates fcir the ministry It ia not aafficient to 
make such comi»«riMms among our sister cburcbea and take a 
Jt-gree of comfort for ourselves We ahoald recogBlie that the 
whole Church ahould give Its attention serioaaly to the matter 
of laying the claims of Christ upon the ablest young men In our 
fellowabip In order to excite their reaponae to Him aa He would 
call tben to the ministry of His gospel. 

In tbia connection the Sentoary calls the attention of Its coarta 
to tbe fact that daring tbe year there waa a consalUlton with 
tbe Mveral committee chairOMMi aaeociated with committees on 
racnittlag and training mea for tbe ministry in the aapporttng 



1«2 



MINUTB8 OF THR 



preBbytf-ripB. This waa one of thf mo«t Htimulatins conaultatlona 
recently held at the Seminary. It attempted to lay upon the heart* 
of theae preabytera the reaponaibility of the presbytery lo the 
whole area of rerruitlnjc men for the mtnlatry. aa well aa auper- 
vlslnit their preparation. Until within our polity we r«coffoiu> 
that the total life of the Churrh — which certainly involrea its 
leaderahip — i* a aolemn enicaKement of the preabytery. we ahall 
have fallen abort of the poaaibilities which our very atructure of 
Kovernment and aervice encourages. 

Within the paat aeveral months there has been eatabllahed 
within the Board of Education of the General Aanembly an ottift 
on Church Vocations". Inlon Seminary, along with the other 
giaduate theological ach(K>l8 of the Church, cooperate most 
heartily with this particular office and with its sister Institution* 
In attempting to devise a compelling program of recruitment 



Famltjr and IniitrurtloBal I'rocraia 

Through the genercMlty of the Alumni and the support of a 
benevolence foundation the Seminary has had the privilege during 
the year of teaching serTtees by the Reverend Paul E. Soberer. 
Dr. Scherer ia distinguished as a preacher and aa a teacher of 
preaching. Lately he has b«en a professor in the Faculty of I'nion 
Theological Seminary in New York. He baa been the Alumni 
Visiting Profeaaor in Homiletica. teaching required couraea to 
Juniors and offering elective courses to other members of the 
Student Body 

During the year Dr. Benjamin Lacy Rose, Profeaaor of Homi- 
lellca. has been on sabbatic leave under a grant from the Ameri- 
can Aaaoclation of Tbeologlcal Schools for theological faculty '. 
Dr. Eraeat Trice Thompson is on sabbatic leave, continuing his 
Mudy and completing the second volume of his history of th»- 
i'resbyterian Churrh in the South Dean Franli B Lewis is on 
sabbatic leave, and on the b«al* of an award from a foundation 
is doing Btady In Europe 

Aa reported in ItlO. Union Theological Seminary no longer 
offers "Beginning Greek' in the regular academic term No stu- 
deat ia allowed to matriculate aa a candidate for a degree who 
haa not studied Greek, either in college ©r through a concen 
trated p«'rlod of summer study such as the Seminary now offem 
b^ween mid- July and early September rtaring the aammer of 
IHO. 35 m«»n participated in an intensive Mtudy of Greek under 
the leaderahip of ProfeiMor J. Howard Macrie While It is aoia** 
what early to arrive at a full evaluation oi thia program, it is 
manifeat that real benefits accrue to a prt^ram of th«ologleal 
• y^y OP •««•» • basis The curriculum has been relieved of thr 
otcaHlty of t««chlng beginning courses in the Greek language, so 
that entering Juniors begin their theological course at a common 
l»'v..| of Biblical Inquiry and have more time at their diapoaal 
m the latter part of their Seminary years for ele«tion of deaired 
couraea It ia recognised that thia requirement with refevMKe 
to Gr«ek baa created some adveraitiea for some students wfco 
would have attended Union. While such adverattlc* are regretted 
the Faculty ia sftiN'd in its Judgment that (be mtm who can enter 
their work as Juniors with this background in the Biblical lanit 
•ages can more readily eiploit the benefits of theological study 
to (heir advantage and to their future uitefnlneM la lh« Ufa of 
the Church. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



la 



Sperlal Artivill*>a 

The Sprunt Lecturer for 1960-19«1 was Dr. L.(>onard J. Trin- 
terud. of McCormick Theological Seniinitry. Chicago He spcike 
on the subject •"Some Aspects* of Early Englitth Puritanism", indi- 
cating the intimate rclationahip that exiBis betwe.'ii the Presby- 
terian perspective of llf»- and service and the Puritan movement 
in Great Britain The Auxiliary Lecturers were I)r Stanley Ro- 
maine Hopper of Drew University, and Dr. Charles L. Taylor. 
Kxecutive Director of Jh»' Am«Tican Association of Theological 
Schoola. 

The series for 19«1 on the Sprunt Lectureship marked the 
Colden Annlverniry i>f the e<«tahlifihment of the James Sprunt 
Lectur<>8hip Foundation A special aervice wa« held on Wednesday. 
March 8. commemorating the eatabllahment of this distinguished 
xeriea. and a brochure has been issued to our friends and to our 
!«l8ter institutions cov» ring the history of the lectur»M«hip 

During the year numerous other distinguished visitors have 
come to th< (impus to le« tur*- on various aaitects of thf ministry, 
the life and work of th»' Church in many sections of the world, 
and related subjects designed to Increase the knowledge of the 
Htudents in the areas of churchmanship nnd the life <>f thf students 
in the dutiea of diacipleship. 



Continuing Kdumliua 

A basic responsibility of the Seminary continues to l>e that of 
aaalating ministers to continue their training During I 910-1 SCI 
IflC men have pursued sp*'cific courses of study utidvr the direc- 
tion of the Faculty or of th** DirHcior of th*- ProgrMiii of Con- 
tinuing Study. Sixty-nine men have return«*d to th«- Campus from 
!h«' pastorate for periixls of two weeks of intensive study Twenty- 
one men have come to the Campus for a period of approximately 
five weeks of concentrated study during the Summer Siholara' 
Program off«>red in tho summer. 

Th* summer program of the Seminary continues to be a aource 
of Interest to many ministers The I9fiti Summer Clinlrs InrludMl 
particular training In the skills of preaching and pastoral cane 
Dr. Ralph W Sockman and Dr Edmund A. Steimie were aasisled 
by mtmbers of the Karuify and by local ministers in ataffing the 
Preaching Clinic 

Tiurlng the summer of 1»«1, in additloi) to the Prt'achlng riinic. 

ilibliral Seminar ' under thf leadership of Dr Susanne de 

trlch. Dr. Balmer H K»lly and Dr James L Maya will b*' 

red to a i»Iect group of pantors; and a Paaloral Counseling 

Workshop* . led by Dr RoN rt E Elliott. Dr Paul Irion, and Dr 

William B Oglesby. Jr . will be offered to a group iotereat«4 

in better paatoral training The leaders for the prnachiBg Cltate 

will iBcludf Dr John Wick Bowman of Han Francisco SmBlMUrjr: 

Dr Herb«'rt H. Farmer of Cambridge I'niverslfy. Dr. Wmim P. 

iiule of Columbia Seminarv; the Reverend Roes Mackenrte and 

others 



Kfenal Affairs 

The Seminary will submit the annual audit. complet»« financial 
reports, and a budget fur H^fi] I9«2 as s4M>n aa surh information 
is available in early May 



1«4 



MINUTES OF THE 



It Is already apparent that bvdc^t contributions from tb« four 
Synods for the fiscal year ending March 31. 1911 are some 
$10,000.00 less than during the previous year. Contributions 
for the calendar year are as follows; 



Appalaehia 
North Carolina 

Virginia 

West Virginia 



1»M 
9 •.475.rt 

44,180.IC 
2B.tf0.91 

1S.SB1.88 



t T.iei.li 
Sf.Stf.lS 

S0.SS4.S7 
14.1B4.7« 



It is anticipated that the Seminary will operate without a df- 
fielt during 1960-1961 and 1961-19C2. though such operation 
seriously curtails the desired program of the institution. 

The Trustees. Faculty. Students and SUff of Union SMBteary 
express to their constituent courts gratitude for the latsreSMioa. 
gifts, and men which have been proffered in behalf of the training 
of people to serve as ministers of the Gospel of Christ 



h. R«Hl|rr«a of Rdaratlonal Iwirtlf tl<WM 
Henlor rV)llece« 



Oavtdiioii Coilciiie: 

Administrative and General 
Operation snd Maintenance... 

Instruction 

Llbrsry „„. 

Auxiliary Bnterprtaas 
SdMlarshlp 



\ 



Administrative and General 
Oparation snd Mslntensnce 

laalniction „.. 

Library 

AuxIMsry Enterprises 

Scholarship 



IMO.«l 

289.204.00 
1S5.869.00 
fS7,OOS.OO 
4t.7S1.0e 
S8S.182.00 
19S,0004M 



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S14.0M.00 
172,000.00 
4S7.7SO.00 

M,000.00 
219,000.00 

97,800.00 



$ S40.980.00 
1444M00 

7is.ns.oo 

•i.lSO.00 
418,889.00 

Slf.000.00 
llt.7tt.00 

$8,014.880 00 



Sfl .000.00 

ltO.000.00 

481.000.00 

81.000.00 

soo.eoo.oo 

94J00.00 



11.191.20000 $1,109.8000^ 



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Mi. Aadrews PrrsbyterlNn floilegr 
I lfNIO-411 

Administrative and General $ 100,000.00 

(^ration and MainteBanee 7J>00.00 

InstmctloB „ Si.000.00 

Library „ 

Auxiliary Enterprises 

Scholarship 

Other 

I 141.k00.00 



I9ei-ea 
$ 147400.00 

7440t.M 
S4t.BOO.00 

S4J0O.OO 

481.771.00 
4S31t.OO 



$1,170,080.00 



I'nlun Tli«-<*ioKi<-«| Hcmlniu^- 



Administrative and General 
Instructional 

Library 

Operation and MalBt<*nan«-r> 

of Plant 

Sundry Expenssa 

Scholarships 

Anxiliary Enterprises 



121.063.00 

170.18S.00 

S1,07S.OO 

140.S18.00 

1,000.00 

70.000.00 

41,188.00 



lM.«IMt 
194.544.00 

53,484.00 

140.714.00 

IJOO.OO 

79.000.00 

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$ 601.708.00 $ 407.970.00 



«l. Hi MMAKIKH <»K Kill CATKKSAL IKNTITl TIONl 

(I) Thr tU\ Kdaralkmal InMltattoRf of Nymid 

(Davidson. Queens, Flora Msi doaald. St. Andrewit CoUaga. Peace. 
Presbyterian Junior College) 





IIMIO^I 


lAMMM 


IfW — 


TRUSTEES 


221 


18S 


US 


TEACHERS 


211 


19& 


IM 


STAFF 


SI 


47 


51 


STUDENTS 


2.717 


8442 


2.434 


PRESBTTmiANS 




1.1M 


1.245 


PROPERTY 


$15,008,163 


$12,102,602 


$11.550401 


ENDOWMENT 


1S401.89S 


18.416476 


18445.001 


TOTAL ASSETS 


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1(419.478 


li.411491 


I.VCOME 


3.748,019 


4,01B4S4 


3.001.MS 


DISBl'RSEMENTS 


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S.6004S9 


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SS4,S45 


«4.MB 


HUDGET 


3.547.100 


8484,795 


8495,087 


INCREASE CAPITAL FUNDS 


1.SS8.98S 


S.017,411 


8,078481 


CANDIDATES 


86 


48 


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Olft» an n-porU'd by the General Anwinbly StatiMir« to Kdui-atluna, 
Instltutionii and an reiwrted by Synod's Treapiirer for the yearf 
iDdicated. follow: 

Urmei^l A»Membty 

Minutet IniHed Budget 




122.457 


1 42.604 


122.239 


M.07i 


202.146 


U,tH 


167,202 


71.847 


17«.»0.n 


87.830 


223.0»»i 


89.rs 


192.376 


108,5<: 


194.95S 


109.94*: 


387.281 


134,781 


339.907 


121.13. 


372.S23 


1M.34S 


450.e09 


SI 2.81 6 




210.795 




U8,I91 




Utjill 




J78.903 




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The Dlrfttur it endeavortug to make hih u(Ilc«' u channel fui 
dUtrlbutlnn information about the SchttolK for which Synod ha> 
a rmiMinNibility He in available for prearntInK the caas* of 
Christian (Mutation to Preabyterten. F'ret«byterial*«. local Cbarebe* 
Men'K and Women'R orKanizationR. 

Several BchooN have motion picture lllma which they make avail 
able to tnteremed proupp. 



r. UKgi KMT»< AMI MKMOKIAi>i 

According to Webster, a memorial Is anythlns intended to "pre- 
•erve the memory" of a person or event. Granite preserves a aama; 
influence preserves a memory. A memorial dedicated to the servt<M 
of Christian Education is truly aa everlasting memorial tinea it 
lives on generaiion after generation. This type of memorial is not 
only pcwsible to people of large wealth but to the average man 
Buildings and gifts for endowments are appropriate for people of 
means. Gifts of equipment for gymnasiums, offices, and music de 
partmenU; audio visual maferialH. furniture, and outdoor improve 
ment>^ are within the reach iif average p«K)ple. Information on 
specific needs will be furnished to interested persons. 

MUt.%1 or <iK>Klt.%l. IIKyi KNT 

••/ ifite. ilevite. and bequeath fo ( j«, ^n 

iHMtilulioH located and operating at 

and ilM tucceatoti. hy tchalever name it may be knoicm. the follou 
ing deniribed proprrty, to \c\t: {here de$cribe the amount of money 
III nature of property giien}." 

FOiiM OK III<M^IKMT fOK l.M)lt.4TKI> 11 Kl'O.sK 

*7 give. devUe. nnd bequeath to { (•, nn 

inntitution located and operating at 

and ita tucreitort. hy whatever nam*^ it may be knotcn, the follow- 
tng dearribed property, to tcil : {here deacribe the amount of moneg 
or nature of property given), with the direction that the Mine b« 
used tor the ampp^rt and operation n1 the {Library tnltrmary 
ftf ) • 

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Qr»\R Coi.i«i»:. Charlotte. N (' 

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DavidHon TolleRe 
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St. Andrews College 
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a. REPORT OP SUB-OOMMITTEB ON PRRHBYTERIAN 
Ol'IDANCK nSNTKH 

SAiirn. W. NKwnx. Jb., Chm^mmm 

The PretbrteHan Gaidance Center at Flora llardonald ColI«c« hu 
•Bjeyvd since it« establishment in 1952 the ieaderabip of Profewor 
Rodger Wajme Decker. Director. Through th» Pr«ibrt«lBa Gnld- 
Booe PrognuB of the Board of Chriattan BdaeBtkm. Um C^aUr mt 
Flora MBc d on a l d is related to other atmllar Guidance Centers in 
the vartmn Synoda of our Oeoeral Aaaembljr. Fundamenui to the 
whole philooophy of the guidance program is the belief that Mch 
tndlTidual haa the potential within himself to direct his owo life 
with Ood's help; that each person needs to li*«rn what he can do 
boat, what training would help him mcmt. and where and how hla 
taloBU may be used mMt effectively in harmony with Ood'a will. 
The primary purpoee of the program la to help Chrlatlao jroath plan 
their careers intelligently and with a aenae td Chrlattaa aUaaloa— 
whathar they chooae to become uuraea, cBglneera, mtaaloaarlaa. 
naehaaica. aalea people, homemakers, or mintatara of the Ooapri. 

The work of guidance la accomplished in three phaaaa: OrieuUh 
turn, conducted by Vocational Aides in local churchea; CounMeling 
aad Tetting, by competent Christian counselors at the Center; and 
l^km-Vp, by church stair m»>mb4>rs and vocattoaal bUIm. whan tha 
aavaaalaa ratama to hla home church. All thraa tAaaaa of tha pro- 
graai are aaaantlal for iu success The Sub^'ommittea ealla to tha 
attMltlOB of the churches of the Synod the fact that pra-teatiag 
arfaMtatlon In the local churches mu»t be improved if the Center Is 
t« racelre accredluiion by the American Personnel and Qaldaaaa 
AaBeetetloB. 

Thraa vmmibtn of tha profeaatoaal staff are l«»aving the Center 
during thla Mflmer to accept Importaat positions elsewhere: Dr. 
Qmw^ NtxoR, Profeasor Harold StersBaoB. and Dr. Rath NIxoa. 
Profsaaor E. St Jacqaea. Aaaoctate Director, who haa hasa on leara 
waiMjr. la rstarning. The Center continues to exyarlaSM cHtlcal 
nBcwtiaa ta securing the serrices of qnaliHed eoaoMlora at aalarlaa 
It caa afford. The Center continues, too, to rely upon tha wlltlag- 
af devoted Christian p<>opie to accept flaaadM aaerliea. 
Dwrtag tha 1H041 »chool year the Center WW iosl ta tN muB' 
'* from 114 chanAea. This is a hatter diatrlhatioa thaa haa 
IBM aehlavad b^ore. 

*"*•■• ^r^ halBg Bade for an orderly tranafer of the Center to tha 
eanpaa of 8t Andrawa Preabyterian Coll^a. aad the Centar la 
•oxMratlBg Ita ^orta to seeare aeereiitattoa by tha Americaa Par 
•MMl BBd Guidance Association The Admlatetrattoi of St Aa- 
drawa has amnrntttcd Itself to proride suitaMa faetlttlas oa tha saw 
caaipaa. 

Tha Sub<kMBatttaa calfai soiphattfally to the attentloa af local 
cbarchas the ezprassad aagaraaaa of the profe«i)nnal alaff af tha 
Caatar to eerre the Synod by partidpattag la "arnrtBhOBB* ta local 
charchaa on inrfution T*n such werkakapa wara hrti ta^Bg tha 
paM yaar. The purpose of a workahop 1« to bring togatlwrfar a 
»aaday afternoon and evening the Vocational Aides of e laaai ffc»wh. 
or graap «rf local cbarchaa. ChurclMB la tha Syaod ara argad to 

fv" L^**"**' V*.^*^ *^** •Wo««nity by eoiBBaBlcatlac dirm^y with 
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«. FINANCIAL STATEMENT THROrOH MARCH SI, IMl 

Salary of AsstM-late Direct, r 110,939.39 

Salariea of Secretaries 2.650.02 

Student AiiKlstant . 543.75 

V^f\ 24«.4Jt 

SuppI tea— Instructional . 2,070.74 

Llghta and Water 107.65 

Poauce , - 88.04 

Kepalr _>.....,■.■,.,,...>». _ ._ 404.88 

Tetepbona .„ 1„ 89.S5 

Travel ..,.,. , 26.19 

|17,0««.50 

Racalved from tba Synod of North Carolliui 
July 1, 1960— May 1. 1961. $9,498.38 
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V. RETORTS OF PERMANENT COMMITTEES 

A. REPORT OF J-OM.MITTKK ON AN.M ITIKH AND RKLIEV 
Rrv. R. T. Bakkr. Chairman 

Your Committee on Annuiti** and Relief reports that it has 
distributed to the retired and infirm ministers of the Synod of 
North Carolina the followlnx amounta from the Mrs Kate B 
Reynolds Fund: 



September 23, 1960 
March 21, 1961 



124.000 to 66 ministera 
26,400 to 66 minialera 



160,400 



Your Committee has made diligent effort to distribute these 
funds where the need is greatest among our retired and Infirm 
rolnisters. 

Your Committee would again call to the attention of the mlnia- 
ters of the Synod and to the Commltte«'s on Annuities and Relief 
in the Presbyteries the following recommendation adopted by 
the Synod In 194 7 relating to the Mra. Kate B. Reynolds Fund: 

"No minlater. regardlcaa of «ge. shall participate in the fund 
so long «a he is employed In the regular exercise of the ministry " 
(Section 4/c, Minutes of Synod. 1947. page 644) 

If any retired minister should become employed In the regular 
exercise of the ministry he should immediately notlfv the (hair 
man of the Committee on Annuities and Relief in his Presbytery 

Mr Charles J Currie, Executive Secretary of the Board of 
Annuities and Rell-f, reports that the beneficiaries on the rolls 
. . ,* n ^.?*V* i?' ^°''^^ Carolina received $9l.43^.(i7 from Mlnla- 
vt !."!'*• «*^""**" '° '**® "^o**' "-ecelpts from the Synod for 
Ministerial Relief In 1960 were 187.992 (12 

In an effort to relieve the minlater and lay-employee of con- 
cern In time of sickoeaa or accident the Hoard serves as a 
•grouping agenf to maka available .Major Medical Insurance 
»nd Life Insoranre on the m»>«t economical gro«p basis The 
Major .Medical Insurance haa beneflta up to 17.600, and the 
Life Insurance, coupled with the program, brings that sense 
of B4»curity to the families of our insureds in the total amount 
of OT«r 113.000.000.00. 

l.ast year the Board of Annuities and Relief made poaaible the 
participation In another group life Insurance policy." over and 
above and In addition to the aforementioned, providing from 

• •!,«*" f.^ftOO In life Insurance at annual rates beglnniag at 

• 14.10 for I5.HO0 of coverage for ministers under 30 y*«ars of age 

Ministerial Relief (the benevolence dollars received by th« 
Hoard through the local church budgets and the Aanaal Joy 
'*irt t contiBa«Mi to provide for our retired mintstera ud Uialr AMmd- 
^nts who have no. or Inadequate. Income from the Mlnlstert' Annuity 
runa On April 1. of this year, to meet the rising cost of living 
nie Hoard raised the guaranteed annual Income, considering all 
"ources. to $1,700 for IndlvMaala and to $|.fOft for couples 
^^ admlnistrsflve expensen are paid frwn thea* hMMvolence 



17t 



MINUTES OF THE 



dollar* and erery cent prorlded by the Charch gom to oar re- 
tired people in either cuh or the prorlaion of their Major Medical 
protection. 



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tioaa: 

1. That Synod arge all chorchee to enroll all minlsten and full- 
tirae emplnyeea in the Group Life and Major Medical Inaaranr^ 
Plan. 

2. That retired miniaters. their wives, widows and retired 
lay employees who are respectively members of the MAP and the 
Employees' Annuity Fund be urged to enroll in the Major Medical 
Insurance Plan. 

S. That in view of the vital importance of the Joy Gift to the 
kaaaflcisries of Ministerial Relief, churches be arged to plaos greater 
•Bphasis on the Joy Gift 



4. That the following raetmflMBdation adopted by ih« Synod 
in Greenville. North Carolina, on June 15. IffO: 'That the sur- 
viving dependents of any Kate Reynolds Fund recipient who 
dies between the data* of distribution of checks, b^inning with 
the September. I960, distribution, be awarded an annuity in 
the Bubnequent distribution" be amended as foUows: "'That tht- 
surviving depeadeaU or eaute of any Kate Reynolda Fond re- 
cipient who dies batwMB tha dates of distribution of checks, be- 
ginning with tha Ba^ambar IfCO distribution, be awarded an 
annuity in the svlweqaeBt diatribation." 

i. That the Synod engage in prayer for our retired and infirm 
ministers and their wives, remembering especially thoaa who 
are alck. 



B. RKl-OItT OF CT)MMITTKK OS AHHKMRI.Y'S 
GK.VEK.%L Fl NU AGKN( 1KH 

Rev. Craslcs W. Wokth, ChtUrmon 

WlieB the general reorganisatloB of the Church took ^ace s 
nuraber of years mg» saveral of tha comparatlTely sniallar ^eneiet 
of the Church were brought together wndar tlM Utla of Um tiaoeral 
Wnm* Agencies". While this arrmassnaBt waa pnriMMy naeanary 
far MivBlaatl^ tflcleiicy it kaa taMai to rob thaaa tepartnants 
«( MMa flC tteir iBdlytdaalUy aa4 AMIaettwtnwm Cluui««s la thU 
mtmw hM haaa ra««ir*4 froai ttme to tlma ao that whersaa naat of a« 
kaaw tbat tlMrs ara ata* actlvltlaa laeludad la this deatcaattoa it 
I* • qaaatlna as to hem mmnr of aa could confidently aama Umoi off 
haad. We list them tlMrrfora. aa they ataad at the present time 

Board of Women's Work 

Hiatorica) Foundation of Presbyterian and Reforoiad Chnrekaa 

Moaatain Retreat Asooclatloa 

Praabytarlaa Foaa^atloa. Inc. 

Preabytartaa fcfeeoi of Christtaa Bdacatlon 

Stlltmsn College 

Permanent Committee on Television. Radio aai AadJo-Tloaals 
(TRAV) 

Tha Oaaaral Coaaeil 

Aaierfeae BiMe Soelaty 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



in 



These comprise nine of the fourteen Boards and Ageaelao of the 
General Assembly. The Synod ia not directly involved in the man- 
agement of these agencies but ia deeply concerned for them all. and 
contributes to the support of all through Assembly benevolMit 
giving. 

It aaams therefore to your Committee that the chief respoosi- 
bility of the Synod lies In the area of information and publicity to 
the Individual Churches throughout our bounds. The carefully 
prepared Reports of all these agenrios are Included In the Minutea 
of the General Assembly and do n<it need to be reproduced here, 
though they hsve been studied by thla Committee as they sppear 
In the Assembly's "Blue Book". 

During 1960 those igem ies operated on 71 76% of iheir respectlTS 
budgets, and thin percentage was made {wisulble only by generous 
sllotments from the Assembly's Ek)usllsatlon Fund, Not one of 
them received this perr»>ntaite of Its budset through regular 
benevolence channel's 



Rero mmrnda tion$ : 

1. That all ministers and seselons and Presbytorles In the Synod 
give special study and emphasis to the^^e General Fund Ageactsa 
with the purpose of bringing all of our people to a batter aader- 
standing and more generous support of these vital areas of oar 
Aaaembly's program which extend to every part of the Church, 
and beyond. ~ Only In this way can we p oi fuiai Important serv- 
ices In and for the Church which sre asessaary for Its life snd 
oatreach in our contemporary world. 

2. That the attention of Synod be railed to the availability of a 
splendid packet of materials on the several General Fund Agea- 
ciea. and a Rim strip, "The Anstomy of Oefunda ". ohtalaaMa 
from the Office of tlw Gaaeral Assembly. 

S. That the attention of Syn(»d be called to the item in the IfM 
report of this Committee on the American Bible Kociety. to wit. 
the use of Wayside Gospel Dispensers in communities and vaca* 
tion church schools, as a project for the Men of the Church 
organ isatioaa. 

4. That Synod, by rising vote, espresji lu appreciation to Dr I 
Stuart .VIcElroy. a tn.-mber of this Synod since 1>2I. who re 
tirea this year after serving for twtnly-nve years as a Secre- 
tary of the American Bible Society. 

J That pending the adoption of this report. Syaod hear Dr. Jo| 
R Canntagbam briefly on the Presbyterian Foundation. 



C. REPORT OF THK I'EHMANKXT <t>MMiTTKR 
OM ltf:<^l KHTH .%Ml DKI KRRKD <.II-TH 

B. B. Crow, Jr.. Chairman 

Yoar Committee met on April & with five members praoeot 
It was called to our attention by Dr John R Cunninghsn. KsM 
utive Director of thp i'rei.hyt<»rian Founds! Ion. lhi«t an ejccllent 
motion picture, dealing with the whole matter of wills snd gifts, 
is available The title Is -Treasures In Heaven". 

The Committee considered a suggestion from the Assembly's 
cornMpondIng rommltte* through Charles O Rose of Fsyette- 
ville. a member of the Assembly s Committee, th it a series of 
coafaraaaaa la the Syaod. dealing with the over-all snbject of 
Heqa^t, and Deferrod Olfto. be conducted next fsH On learning 



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MINUTES OF THE 



that Synod 8 Council had already taken action to hold a aerlaa 
or Stewardship Conferences In th«» several Preubvterlea next fall 
for the purpose of presenting Synod s causes, we took the follow- 
ing action as a recommendation to Synod: 

, 7Vi*?''"*'*' approve a ». ries of conferences October 
l-«. 1961. on Bequests and Dt'ferred Gifts, and that Dr 
Hunter B Blakely and Dr. John R. Cunningham t>e the 
speakers repr.'nentlng the cau!«e of lUquests and D**- 
f^"rred Gifts. 



n. RRfOKT OF THK fTTMMITTKK ON f HRINTIAN 
RRLATIONN 

Rrv. I HowAio CfiADwicK, Chairmnn 

The Committee on Christian Relations has h^ld two me^tlnKi. 
since the last meeting of Synod This n-port will summarUe arew 
of study pursued and actions taken by the Committee 

.„Lil* ^*?* September maetlng the CoramUtae requested individual 
^.?»^.L!. ""."*.!; *''**'■ •*«P*^»«" Preabyteria. to determine what 
^r..i„« "d significant progress is being made in the field of race 
relations in Implpmintlng the previous deliverances and stated poti 
tions of our t.Pn.'ral Ans-mblv. Synod and many Presbyteries The 
^llTi' r^'* '• -ubmitted. not to make us complacent with atnall 
•ewnphshments. but to give evidence that the picture Is not alto 
fl^^«^"*!.m '■**''"°«'"*«»»o«». and to seek to stimulate us to further 

Tv* ^r ^k""*?* r5"'' '^*'" ^^''^ *■ "«» intended to be exhaust- 
Ir... for obviously these are only a few examples of the type of ad 
rancement noted throughout the State. 

mil^^I^fK ''"#'?. *^r "*"""■■' P''«""»»yt"y chairmen indicate advance- 
ment in the fullowing areas: 

a. Ministerial aaaociatlona are being Integrated at a steadily 
Increasing rat*, with only « relative few still non Integrated 

b In communities disturbed by lunch^-ounfrr proteaU. In mo*t 

V,aV7u, , '"nf^^ounte" •re now integrated and aerric* pro- 
CMOs Without incident. 

mI«l1hn'rr.'K """"fl'' '•°°««'«»'««n" report tiMU 8«a.loM lUT* 
™i.i^ iL^' fw'"* '^*'«'-o*« Pr«*s^nf themaatvaa In attentenea at 
^S, .n!2!?" I •' "■•/" **** '^***** *•» "'«• congregation without 
rr^r.M.f^" . •«"»ejn»«*n<^<« .N>gro..« have been In attendance 
St worsh^ services in Praabfterian and other churches and have 
been seated as indicated prartovsly. 

rnJLiSr*!*^^ eomtnunitle. report Intecrated cvrnmulty worship 
■nitres such as Reformation Day Serrlcea. and BaaUr auBrtse 

HlMn/^, K ^"^'f"* •^rvirvs etc. with Negro mlnlMera particl 
paling In each service. 

^f'^-Z^.'w* "*^'"*"' "mews throughout the state there is evidence 
^. ilJ^ll" Intetratlwi as. in thi. area. grsduslUm seem, to be 
iBa accvptaal pattern 

f Some eommunltles report Integrated political maetinn as 
Negroes ar^ not only urge^ to exerrlse their voting fraacblaa. bat 
ara Mng brought In at preelnct levels to have a voica aod vota la 



fhf Jn.«'^l^ff***.*^.°**"'*^ •*"• «-fc"«:i»«« have responded to 
the call to Chrfatlan Aeiloa mm* bav* tftvelopiHl a new Negro church 



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and have a-nsumed I hi- support of the Negro Sunday School and the 
summer recreation program. 

h. One community has appointed a bl lateral committee to seek 
provision for recreational facilities for Negroes of the community. 

I. Another community conducted an integrated Race Relations 
Institute, conduct! d on« e a year In the Court House, where the room 
is always packed, where N. groes outnumber the whites about 7 to 
I. where outstanding speakers of both races are Invited to speak. 
Community Uadirs and Rovernment ofTlcials back this project, and 
local communications media offer their cooperation. 

j. In another community the Chamber of Comm.-rce has taken 
the lead by app.lniinK an Intt-r ra<lal Committee whi« h has pioneer- 
ed in providing for Negroes Reading Classes to afford icr^ater lit- 
eracy, adetjuate polire protection for children crossing <lty streets 
particularly at schools, job opporunlfles. vocational training, edu 
cation directed toward lowering the rate of illegitimacy, and a pro- 
posal for use of surplus foods for their needs. 

k. Several communiti<>s have Human Relations Committees com- 
posed of leading ritliens of both raies and appointed by the Mayor 
or local governing agency The^^e committees explore ways and 
methods of Improved race relations and engage in long range plan 
ning designed to avert future Incidents and clashes, to remind all 
citixens of their responslbilitii s < xpected of them as well as the 
right* and privileges guaranteed them. 

I. The Christian Action Committee of one congregation Initiated 
informal monthly discussion m^tlngs with Nerroes of an adjoining 
irea tn attempt an exploration of iholr mutual problems and ar«as 
of responsibilities This is not a crusading (troup but rather on** 
which recognizet* a problem area and which In seeking as Christian 
persons a better understanding of each other and more effecilva 
meaaa of mteting mutual needs. 

m. The Christian Relations Committee would commend for 
tlonal study by .s»»s«ions. Cdrlstlan Aition committees, and 
itroups the following pamphl-i- whi« h dfllneate the effortlve atapa 
taken in come communltl<-« to ward off racial clashes The study 
of tb««w pamphlets will dfmonstrate how such advance action worked 
to advantage and how indifference and neglect cnated problems 
which intelligent forethought and action might have thwart«4. 
Tbaae are as follows 

•Lunch-Counter fv^gregntlon in Winston-Salem. North Caro- 
lina" by Clarenre H Patrl k Wake Foreat College (Chairman 
of Dept. of go<-lo|ogy ; 

"Racial Vi.Ientr and Ijiw Enforcement" by George McMillan 
from Southern Regional ( .>uncl|. » Foraythe Straet. N. W.. At 
lanta 3. Georgia 

XlMirloties Handling of the Sit-ins" by Dr. John R. Can 
nlMbnm 

n It Is signiflcant that the laadorahip in many of these efforu 
haa been provided by Presbyterian ministers and laymen, an axam- 
pie of which l!» Charlntte. N C where a f. rnier Moderator of our 
General Assembly. Dr John R Cunningham, is chairman of the 
Mayor's Human Rotations Committee 



i In the Spring raaetlng on April 10 
lotion 



the following R 



ISO 



MINUTES or THE 



"Whereaa the General Aawmbly In 1948 and asaln in 1»69 a 
the prtnrtpip of the Separation of Church and State; 

"Be It therefore renolved. that It la our belief and fMllnt tkAt the 
frantlng of Federal Aid to secondary and oleroentary piirat* aehoolii 
of any religious group would Tlolate this principle; 

"Be It further resolved, that the grantlnf of Federal Aid to sec 
ondary and elementary B«'h«K)ls of any rellxious group constitutes 
a real threat to the Public School System and will b« a trend toward 
the weakening of the Public School System; 

"Be It further resolved, that the urgency of the matter b« called 
to the attention of the PresbyterlM and Presbyteriala with th« sag- 
gestion that they act In such a way an to encourage thoM who hold 
to the principle nf separation of Church and State to make known 
their positions to thtir several representative), in Washington 
encouraging them to take a strong stand at all times la sa^Ml of 
the principle of the Separation of Chunh and 8t«t« and a atronc 
Public School System." 

S. Received reports from representatiyea to the followtng Sanii- 
nara; 

Rural Church Seminar— Charles A. Hunter 

Churchmen's Washington Seminar— Ernest T Thompaon Jr 
(The Rev) 

World Affairs Seminar— The Reverend W. C. Nelll 

4. The Committee requested the Executive Committee on Chris- 
tian Education to plan for Christian Action emphasis om alcohol 
education, with aultable course* for all age groupa. darlac Jan- 
uary. IMS. -• • i.^ -««« *•« 

i. Reviewed with approval the sacoeMfal efforts within Praaby 
teriaa. particularly Kings Mountain aad FayettevlUe, to hold Chris- 
tian Action laatitatM (KM> and Christian Action coursea In con 
•Mctlon with LcadarthIp Schools (F) 

t. Naaed Um Reverend John D. Smith, paator of the Firat Prea 
rterlan church of Morganton. as representative to the North Caro^ 
-*» Family Ufa Coancil. 



.'con]iH>ad«tiona : 

1. That the Synod of North Carolina give aifproral to tko fUso- 
4tlon concerning Ptdoral Aid to Bdaeatlou ad<^>t«d at tlM April 
«Metlng of the Christian Relatlona Committee. 

1 That Ryn*>d reaffirm the poaltionn of prevloao Sjmote with 
regard to Race Relations and arge all ministers, seasloaa. and eon 
*'*«**>o'>« within our borders to continue efforta to keep opoB 
chaanelx of communication and got>d will between men of all races 

t. That the Synod go on record as oppoaing any groups within 
onr nation or state which Indulge In Irreaponalble. undocumented 
aiMl malignant accoaations which careleaaly dafaao loyal aad n» 
i^octed cittaena. and. In the name of preaervinc dainmiati, plant 
se»ds of saaplcion and distrast by bearing unprovM witnaas scainM 
their fetlowaM. STnod vonM Instruct lu Christian Relations OMn- 
mittoe to make a study of the phllMophy and program of any nch 
CTonps operative within our Synod and. if ne«d b«. prwiint a ropwrt 
of Boch study -along with recommendations to the Synod of IMl 



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111 



4. That Synod name the following repreaenutives to INl Saoil- 
nan in the field of Christian Relatlona: 

Rural Church Seminar- T. Clyde Aumaa (West ^d): H. L. 

Songrove (Oreenaboro) Alternate. 
Churchmen's Washington Seminar— The Reverend Frank T 

Lemmon (Raleigh); The Reverend Ralph Underwood (W-8) 

Alternate. 

World Affairs Seminar— The Rev. J. Murphy Smith (New Bern • 
The Rev Paul Fc>l»<« r (Charlotte I Alternate 

u. That the Synod give approval to the deliverance paased by 
the General Assembly In the field of Christian Relations and rrmand 
the same to Pr.-sbyterles. I'resbyterlals. Sessions, congregation^ 
and other groups within the Synod for study. 

6. That, pendiug the adoption of the rep<irt. Synod hear Dr. Frank 
C. Laubach. world-renowned Christian mlsalonarv 



R. KKPOKT OK A1>VIW)KV ftlMMITTRK 
ON HKJHKIt KIH't ATIOK 

Hkv. E. Lxe STorrcL. Chairman 

The Committee met at First Presbylerlcn Church. Charlotte 
October 14. !»«<» and .March 17, 19«i. At the Octobor meeting 
the Committee \uted to invite the pr«iidenls of Synod's collegsn 
to the March m«-etlng for a discussion of the queation of the r»- 
latlonshlp betw«en Synod and Its educatituial institutlona aa aet 
forth In their charters, looking toward wavii and means of 
strengthening the existing relationahlp 

At the March metilng the Committee and the preaideets enjoyed 
a HMSt profitable meeting and diacuaaion The followinf con- 
claaiemi were reai-hed Jointly: 

1 In studying the constitution of the various BoardM of Trusteo*. 
the Committee has noted that a d«-cldf'(1 majorltv ar»» J'r*NN 
bytofians and the Committee also affirms that this should 
continno to b« so and that the constitution of the Boards of 
Trustsos should be uaed as a means of strengthening the 
tics between the college and the church. 

2 Concerning the facaltles, the Committee concluded that the 
faculty ahould be oriented definitely toward the Christian 
Chnrcta and committed to Chrlat aa L^rd, together with having 
the prerequisite qualifications of academic f-xcellaoce, and 
that all of th«>se qualities should bo manifest in the Ufa and 
thoaght of the individual teacher. Thw Committee farther 
notes tiuu Investigation and conaulutlon with the admlnlatra- 
tlTo honda of Qnsona Onllagn. OavMMNi OnUsm and 0L Androws 
College discloses that tkeas pnrpoass ars shared by eaeh of tlMse 
«>ile0sa. . 

3 Moreover, eoocerning the faculty, the CoininUl** eoncladed 
that there should be a snbataotlal number of Preiibyierlaaa on 
the facalty wlildl VMld atrongtbea the tl^ betweeo the 
chareh and the eell^n. Bat at the same time the Committee 
woald call attention to the poaalbllHy of the enrichment nf 
the facalty from other evangelloil traditions 

la adkiltioB. Dr Ansley C. Moore reported oa the atataa of St 
College Dr. Moore also conferred wMh the Coniraitte# 



182 



M1NUTE8 OK THE 



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183 



concerning rarioui questiuuH upon which he waij B»«'kinK advlre 
Th« Comm'tt'e souRht tn aiivisp him roncfrnlng the reltKlnuK 
oniph iHi8 »C tlie caiupu!* as well af runterniuK niaUtra huving to 
do with entraiic»> r«»<;ulrenient8, the number «'f Ph I»'b on the 
faculty, and oih^r matters of thix nature. The Committee alsn 
expressed ita wiMingness to b'^ available to I>r Mior*» and St. 
Andrews Collt ge for any further help which he mlpht require 
from the Committee either individually qr collectively. 

F. I-KKM.^NKNT <t)MMITTKK ON MOMKK 
Rkv. Jenrr C. Mc-Caxx. Chairman 

Your Committee on Homes met April 25. 1961 at Synods Office 
in Raleigh wiiii i^ix moinbem preaenf. The Rev .\lbert D. McCluri- 
reported on th • work ut Barium Springs llnnie for Children. He 
stated that during the past year 225 thildreii have l»e*n nerved by 
the Home with training or education being provided for all. The 
buildings on the campus are being modernised and mT>.de flre-proof 
and a new swimming pool is to be opentMi In June He pointed out 
that Profenfior Allan Keith-Lucai« of the University of North Caro- 
lina is making: an evaluation of the Home In order that the Board 
of Regontn nmv project plann for the future. One of the pr«»lng 
needs of the H ime at the present is for adequate f^taff personnel. 

Mr. Richard A. Short, Executive Director of Presbyterian Home. 
High Point. rejKjrtfd that the capa<ity of the Home was incrwMed 
from 90 to 10.'. during 1960 with the addition of ten new apartments 
The ground has been broken for the construction of the new addi 
tioo to the Home which is scheduled for completion about Maj 1962 

It was reported that Mm. Charles (; Gambrell of New York and 
Charl(jtte li« providing the William Henry Belk Memorial Fund in 
the amount tif 110,000.00 for William Black Home The income from 
this Fund is tn be used lo provide vacations for retired Mtnlaten 
and their wlv<s. Nineteen guestx were entertained iMtt ytttr bf 
Tlrtoe of the White Memorial Fund. 

Kerum mendat ions : 

1. That Synod concur with tbu Board of RegenU, wbo hold that it 
is adviaable that the name of the Orphans' Home b« changed to 
"Barium 8prlng» Home for Children', and that the Board of Re- 
gents be authorized to take the nt>4'esi<ary steps to bring the char- 
ter of the Institution into line with this chance. 

2. That Synod eipress ll« profound gratitude to Mr^ Charles (; 
Gambrell for her generous gift, in establishing the William 
Henry Belk Fund to provide Income for entertainment «if retired 
Ministers at the William Black Home 

a. That Synod express Its appreciation and gratitude to the Dire< 
ton of the Hones for thsir excelleot leadership. 

4. Your Conui.ittee jrave M>rious consideration to the propositi'. i 
of Congregational Care for the Aged as advocated in a recent 
artldc In oi.e of our p««riodlcal«. In view of the fact that expert 
o^alOB ts tn the fcffect that the befil stewardship of the Church'i^ 
money is re.illied by the establishment of regional Homes under 
Synodical cuntrol. we would re«-oromend the following: 

That, while the Committee appreciates the concern for C<Mlcrc- 
gational care for the Ag(>d, we urge upon congregatioaa and 
Presbyterleu which might have i^uch projects under conaldtr^ioc 



that they first consult with the Synod's Committee on Homw 
and/or the General Assembly's Division on Homss and Chrlstlaa 
Welfare. 

5. That Synod adopt the budget aokhig of Syntwl for 1962 for the 
Children's Home In the total amount of $210,000 and for the 
Presbyterian Home in the total amount of $55,000. 

»;. That pending the adoption of this Report Synod hear Rev. Albert 
B. .MiClure and Mr. R. A. Short resp<>< tlvi ly on Barium Springn 
Home for Children and the Presbyterian Hi>jne 

f, Pr<'»b)ieriMn t'llil«lren'^ Home 
M. C. B>.\To\, Jt.. CAoirwdN 

It Is a great pleasure to submit this report in behalf of the 
Bmu-d of Regents of the Presbyterian Orphans Home. The year 
Just concluded has been most ^uc<•«»««fu| in every res|»e«t and in 
iiiiiny ways ban been marked with rewarding achievements. 

KeliSiotts liUe 

The religious life uf the campus is of primary cuuceru fur all 
who live and work at Barium Springs The leadership of Rev 
Hugh B. Carter assisted by .Vliss Rnseniary Hector is moat aatls- 
factory, and the regular services of the church, the church school 
and youth grou|)S are progressing in every respect. Individual 
work and study la carried on with the children and cottage pro- 
grams and visitation sre planned and HUccesiirully accomplished 

Hchool 

This year, for the first time, grad.s flv.- thr«»ugh eight joined 
grades nine through twelve at the Troutman Consolidated School, 
This new venture Is working well, although It has brought about 
several changes in the dally o|>eratioQ of the home, and has 
caused the administration and staff to be unusually busy In 
setting up a new pattern of life for thi» campus The broadened 
community life has helped to reduce a gm^d many of the tenaioes 
existing on the "Closed Campus". It affords an opp<irtuntly to 
see the reaction of the children in community life and als<» bring* 
lo them many new and happy relationshipe 

Home Facilltlr* anil Number of t^lldren 

The enrollment continues fairly steady at approxlmatel) 175 
■ hlldren while »© have facilities available for 21o. 

The administration still adheres to the policy of anepting onl) 
those who are a part of the church, directly or Indirectly, and 
who have the full approval of the local church In tb» cummuBily 
from which the application comes. 



A total of $145,762 was received Into the "Operating Fund 
during the fiscal year ending September 30, I960 62 «l of thU 
total came directly from the churches and we are most grateful 
for this generous and unselfish support We are also truly grate- 
ful for the liberal and wonderful support from pvery sourc«> 
A schedule of receipts follows: 



I 



IM 



MINUTES OF THE 



North Carolina Freabyttrlans — Synod 
Th« Duke Endowment 
Truet Funds 
Dividends and Interest 
Individual* and Organizations 
FrlendB. U»'Iativ«a and Ooverninfnt 
HentaJ Iticomp 

Farm. Dairy and Orchard rrodurti 
Other In<'oin« 



$213. S7> 
11.84S 

J ;.•?«« 

9.0BS 
2«.1»0 

1.012 
2f.82S 

l.dS 

f.l45.7«2 



Expc'naes ft.r the year aniuuntt-rl tn |32«.«80 leaviiiu n aurpluh 
of 119.08 2. The Annual KeiJort and study by The Hulie Endow- 
ment indicates that we apt-nt an average of |l,6i;} per child 
during lhl« fiM'al year. Thin caiuptirea \ery favorably with other 
inatitutionn of comparabU* iiuality and alae. 

Id addition to the normal operations of the hiuiie. certain 
capital etpenditures were undertaken this year. The water line 
haa been conifieted on the campus and fvcry building has the 
aac of city water. The staff quarters are c<>mpl«tH and four of 
the five units ar** now occupied The awitnming pool is nearinit 
completion at'd should be available for nae by June 1. The 
replacement of Howard Cottage is progressing very satlsfactorilr 
and should b« available for occupancy before the end of 19«1 
The completion of all these projects are eagerly anticipated b\ 
the entire campus, students and administration, and are expected 
to bring much happiness lo all concerned for many years to come 

< 'oBcinsloR 

The membeis of th*" staff of the home continue to render f\ 
eellent service It is amasing how much good work is done by th. 
nearly five dosen people who are charged with the responaibilit% 
of earing for the children Herving beyond the call of duty an<1 
lavasting tn the name of the church are the labor* of love from 
thos« who serve Hariam Springs Seearlng adequate r«plar«> 
ments for thoec who retire and those who decide to make change^ 
Is exceedingi) difficult 

The Superintendent should be highly commended for the ei 
ceptlonal job which he has donf And a special commeBdatlon 
should be extended for his attention and guidance In behalf < f 
the high BchtM.i graduates who wish to move oB to the fields 
of higher edneatlon la this resp«ct. the "EdBeational Fund 
is a life Kavt-r for the children. Last September there were 
10 chlldreo from the home in school or training in IS differem 
Inatitjtions. most of which are In North Carolina 

Finally, I mould take this opportunity to thank all member* 
of the Board for their loyally and devotion to this Institutint 
The two regular meetings held during the year were well attend 
ed and each t^tember contributed his full attention and talent^ 
to the problems at hand. 



Hvn^rterlaa i-hlldreM's Home llurtgr* 



AdiBtnMrttttoe 

Household 
Health 



t B1.4i0.et> 

lii.200.00 

19.«««.te 



IMIl-W 

t ft.Tt9.Q( 

lt«.ifO.0»^ 

1«.4«0 I" 



SYNOD OF Nt>KTH CAROLINA 



Itt 



Education 

Plant Operation & Maintenance 

Extra Institutional Services 

Farm, Dairy. Orchard 

Major Repairs and Replacements 



IS.OOO.UU 
40.000.00 
10.700.00 
41.000.00 
20.000.00 



l«.7&0.0o 
47.121.0(1 
3.700.00 
41,69S.OO 
2S.00n.0o 



1327.360.00 $.134. 250. Qo 



8. The Presbyterian Hume. im-. 
J B. Watt. PreaUtmt 

The Board of Trustees reKpectfully reports the major activities 
of the Home for the past year. 

The Board met for two regular and one call session and the 
Bxecotlve Committee met three times fur the tranaaction of buslneas 
during 1960. 

The booki= were audited by the A M. Pullen and Company. Certl 
fled Public AriounUnts. Greensboro. N. C. and the audit shows 
capital worth of $1,624,786.07 as of I>ecember 31. li«0. This report 
8ho»<._a gain in capital for the year of $389,133 85. Of this amount 
$131.7.0.78 wa« payments received in pledges to the Forward Fuad 
(Bui!dlng Fund). Included In the Capital Gain f..r the ywir is the 
net pledges receivable of $177,566.86. 

There were 17 new admiasioos. 10 deaths, and a toUU of l«2 per 
sons served during IKiO. 

We are happy to report that the apartment Idea has provs4 to be 
quite successful and appealing. In order to me«t the requests of 
people interested in an apartment, ten apartments were built and 
completed on November 15. 1960. All of tbes*- apartments are occu 
pied, and plans are underway for the construction of eight addi- 
tion U apartments during 1961. 

A report on the Forward Fund's progress (Building Fundi as of 
Manh 21. nc,\ Is as follows: 

PTSt#»»sry 

AllwBKrlc 

Caseurd 

ray«(i«TlU( 

orsavtBs . 

Klag* 

Mfekltsbitrf 

OrSHi;* 

Wilai 
WiMlna 



nsefs4 


^SM 


BskwM 




1 St.44I.l» 


1 U.TSS.SS 


1 t.TMlJ 


1 41.1M.2S 


S43 


M.«et3i 


tl.M«4 »• 


il.tl4.«t 


TMT4N 


44.3 


M.Xli 22 


S4.SMS2 


11.4IS4S 


l««.M«M 


US 


SS.USIS 


13,t»««tl 


n.l4t.t4 


54.»U4f 


M7 


sa.SM.7s 


I4.SM.U 


«.ia«.zs 


SI.SM.tS 


M.I 


st.ssi ts 


.1«.«MM 


IS.MZIS 


IS7.4UM 


MS 


ISl.aM.M 


ISt.SIIST 


S«.t*4 4S 


IS4.US7I 


174 1 


•.ttrri 


T.:ts IS 


I.Ttl 5J 


4I.SM IT 


Mt 


M.tH.H 


».4»«U 


si.rM.ss 


MJ11.IS 


IM* 


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isii.ir4«a 


tlTl.rS4TI 


•fM.MSM 


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Yi.ur Board of Trustees has most dlltgenUjr worked with the 
plans and speclficatloBs for the proposed new r<wtdeac« wtas and 
inflrmary wing, aad In arraaglng financing ao that aoMlnwtkm 
eoald be suned The acw rMidencc wing will htm— 4t atad* bad- 
rooms and the infirmary wing will house 37 sia^ baapttai rooma 
With the aMitloD of these facilities, and tba • M« apartaanU. the 
Home wtU bava a Bazlanm capacity t^ ap^wtlMately 290. 

After satiateciory iaaaclng for the completton of this jkib had 
been arrasged. eontrarts were signed oa April 17. IMl for the «»n 
structlon of the new facilities The low bidder fw this J*h was 



\M 



MINUTES OF THE 



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1^7 



R. K. Sti-wart and Son. High Point. North Carolina. In the •mount 
of ll.Oll.SSO. with coDBtructlon to be rompletpd wlihln 400 calendar 
dayii. 

On April 18. 1961 a (Iround Breaklns Ceremony waa held and 
actual ronstruction baa already begun. 

When these new buildings are completed, your Board of Trusteea 
will have Inrurred a mortgaged debt of not more than $750,000. In 
the 9 years that the Preabyterlan Home has been In op»'ratlon. the 
Capital Asaeta of the Home have grown from $250,000 to over One 
Million Dollar*, not Including the campaign for funda. This waa 
posalble becauae of the generosity of friends who made individual 
contrlbutiona. and through Wlllt* and Bequeata. Becauae of the 
tremendouB demand and need for fadlltlea (with over 100 applica- 
tions In the file of persona wanting and needing to be In the Home) 
your Board of Truateea htut the fulth to proceed with the building 
of thla new addition and the borrowing of $750,000. 

For what you have done, we offer our humble thanka and aak for 
vour continued Iniereat, support and prayer*. 



/ 



The l*rf»»ibylerlan Home, 
Buditel^ — l»tta 



Inc, 



Administrative Department 
Howwbold Department 
Dietary Department . 
Medical Department 



10«O 

32.050.00 
52.750.00 
50.800.00 
49.600.00 



i»ei 

36.250.00 
51. 950.00 
56,490.00 
6<.660.M 



4€.000.0« 

<3.7Z5.00 
76.466.00 
67.7M.M 



Total For Year 



Merabeni of the Horn* 

Preabyterlea 

Mot her a Day 

Other ..- 



$185,100.00 $200,240.00 |262,S80.00 



Anticipated Ibooom 



Total FW Y««r. 



l»ai IIHHI 

.I144.7M.OO $194.«48.00 

. 40.oee.»o 45.ooo.<»o 

10.000.00 10,000.00 

6.520.00 S,S$S.00 



$200,240.00 $262^00.00 



S. The Wiillam Hlark Home, Inr. 
R«T. R. H. Stone. Chairman 

Yonr Truateea have the moet encouraging ri-pt»rt of piugrt 
that It haa made »n a number of yeara. The moat enheartenlng 
Item la the eatabllahment of the Wm Henry Belk Memorial Fund 
by Mrs. Charlt'8 O Gambrell— (Nee Mlaa Sarah Belki, of New 
York City. The Fund la to be $10.oiH»00. of which conalderably 
more than half haa b^en paid and la inveated and yielding 
Interest. The Income from thla Fund la to be used to provide 
a week's vacation at the William Black Home for retired rainia- 
tera and their wlvea. Five will be lnvlt«»d this year aa the flrat 
gueata of the memorial. Mr. W. H. Belk had a tender spot in 
his heart for the aged ministerial 8«T\ants of the Church and 
made contrlbutiona to a number of them during the da>B of his 
fleeh Hia daughter in that aplrit I* continuing a service to the 
retired min later. 



This will bo a companion memorial to the J Harvey White 
.Memorial Fund — the income of which made poaaible last year 
vuiatlona for nineteen persons 

We received a petition from a group of our 1960 gueata aaking 
that something b« done to provide additional parking facilities 
Yearly we wreatle with thla problem and we have not arrlve^l 
at a practical solution on our property without the expendltun' 
of a BUin of money we do not have However, we have a com- 
mittee attempting to make an arrangement with the .Montreal 
Afcs relation. 

The 1960 K»-MHon was operated at a profit. The attached audit 
ed r<'iK)rt will give you a picture of our sound financial position 

Following the resignation of .Mrs A. H. .Moore as Manager, the 
Board secured the services of Mrx. Ray H. Waltman. of It F. D 
.No. .1, Matthews, N. C. for the 1961 season. .Mrs. Waltman for 
several yeiirn has been receiving registrations. She reports normal 
registration for the current season. An excellent staff will 
.'uislHt her this year. 

We are making some repairs and Improvements prior to the 
1961 opening 

The Board would again thla year thiink the Synod for the 
prh liege of serving In thla capacity and covets the prayers of 
the |»eople of the Synod for the Homes continued usefulness and 
hles«ings to the gueata who are there each year. 

Tlie William IllNck Hunu', ln<-<tr|M>iNl«^ 
Mtatement of KiiminKM and K\|M-niM* 
January 13. 19iO — January 14. 19<1 



RBCBIPT8: 

Memorial to .Mra. George ('. liaucom 
CJIfta Women of the Churches 



75. uo 



of the Synod 


60. 60 




Interest on Bonds 


300.00 




Intereat on Notes 


304 2< 




Divldendii on Savings 


166 74 




Dividends on White Fund 


430.06 




Profit from Conference 






Season Operations 


2.456 9f 




Insurance on Fire damage 


240 50 




.Miscellaneous (Refund White Quest* 


16 5* 


93.993.62 


DIShlRSEMENTHj; 






Administration ! 


• 160 0<i 




&Iaintenance 


S17 3« 




Entertaining Uaeata (White Fund* 


619 00 




Furnishings and equipment 


494.03 




InNurance 


31f.9fl 




Fidelity Bond 


62 5«i 




Telephone, postage, lock box 


22.lft 




Audit 


20. OU 




Memorials 


20 0" 




nilltles — Season's operations 


123 3<» 




Hank Service charge 


.66 








$2.24f.&7 


.Set earnings for the year 


11.740 96 



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MINUTES OF THE 



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CASH RECONCILIATION 
January 13. 19iO— Januarj- H. l»il 

INCREASES: 

Balance January 13, l»6o I 5>S.t'f 

Eic<>«a of W. H. n«Ik Memorial Kund- 

Rec«lpts over exp«odltarea for bonds 32.7«t 

Income for year 3. 993. 6* 

Paid on principal of notea 715.74 
Transfer from While Fund 

to Checking Account «lt.00 



DECREASES: 

Expenses for year It.Slt.l? 

White Fond Income for year 

(included in Income above, but 

left in sarlnga account) 436. Of 

Rmerve Fund income for year 

(Included in income above, bat 

l«rt la aavlnfs account 111.74 



BALANCE SHEET 
January 14, lt«l 



ASSETS: 

Cash in Bank 



I i.in.cs 



Cash in Savings Accounta; 
Home Federal Saving* 
and Loan Aaaoetatlon 
(Whit« P«Bd) 
Gate City SAvtags and 
I>oao Aaaoeiatton 
(Rwarva) 4.Stl.if 



$l«.4lf.lf 



Notea Receivabla 

W. H. Balk Memorial Fund 
ReldsTille First Church 

Bonds— 6% H.ieo.W 

Orange Preabytary 

BOBdiK-i% 100. OU 



Uraag* I^rcvbytary Bonda — 1% 



i«.Tff«.it 

7.Slt.lO 



Baildings 

Faraiahlaga and K<)Uipment 



3.tO0.0« 

• ,090.00 

3.000.00 

80.000.00 

11,000.00 



|t.l64 02 



|t.842.S7 

fS.lll.OS 



LIABILITIES 

White Fund— Principal I 10,000.00 

W. H. Btrik Memorial Fund 3,432.70 

Accumulated Earnings and Surplus 138.470.21 



tlS2.0S2 tl 



O. RKI»ORT OP THE <T)MMITTKK 0\ IXTKR-THmrH 

RKLATIO.NH 

Riv. LjkwaK5n: I. Stu-I^ Chairman 

During the paat year, the major function of the Committee on 
liiter-Church Relations of the Synod of N C has been the Im- 
pleRMnting of the Synod's concern through the North Carolina 
Council of Churches But the limit of the work of Presbyterians 
in that field haa not been limited to the work of the committee 
by any means. We delight to rept>rt that the current Priwident 
of the Council is Dr Harold J. Dudley. General Secrptary of 
Syaod. Alao. of courae. the Exaeutlra Secretary of the Council. 
coBtlnuee to be the Rev, Morton R. Kurtt, a member of our Synod. 

Mra. Karl Burkhandt. the Rev. Oeome Webb, and the Rev. 
Howard Chadwick reported as the official repreat-ntativea of <»ur 
Synod to the 19€1 Annual m-dlng which was held in Raleigh. 
N. C. Mr. J. B Brtiwer. Moderator of the Synod, repreeenled the 
Synod, officially, at the 26th annlveraary Convocation In Greens 
horo. N. C . May 1-2. 1011. 

Again, the committee note* with concern tb« failure of Synod 
to give the full amount put In the budget for the Council Since 
practically the entire amount is uaad for aalarlM. it Is eaay tu 
aaa that the failure of Synod to meet the amount net. makes It 
almoat impoaaible for the Council to develop the program which 
la needed and which would be of real help. 

Attantlon of Synod is called to the 19«2 meeting of the North 
Carolina Council of Churchea on Jsnnsrv 30-31. 1902, at Bur- 
llngton. 

Recommendations : 

1. That the following be named principala and alternatee as 
the official rupresantativea of Synod to the lOtl maetlng of the 
North Carolina Council of Churchea: 



I*rinr4p«l8 

Rav. E. T ThompaoB. Jr. 
Mrs. Karl Burkhandt 
Mr*. H. I..aey Godwin 



Rev. (.Awrenca I. Stall 
Rev C I Lewla 
Rev Albert N. Welln 



Rev. David E Wilkinaon 
Mra. P Hunter Dalton 
Rev. B Frank Hall 



Rev. R A Maaaey 
Rev. Allan C. Mefli 
Rev George L Riddle 



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1. That SlnndlniE Rule II. 7f ba anendad to read "ali mem- 
bers" Instead of three". 

2. That Synod adom • budget for 1902 for Inlar-Chureb Rela- 
rlona In the tiHal amonat tt 10.700. 



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MINUTES OF THE 



I. INTER-CHIRCH RELATIONS A( COUNT 

FtnMicUl Htatemt'nt 
Janaary 1. 1»60 to December 31, 19W 



Inromr: 



From PreBbyterlwi : 

Albemarle 

Concord — 

Fayetlevllle 

Granville 

Kings Mountain 
Merlilenburc — 

Oranice 

Wilmington 

WinHton-Salem 



From Other Sources: 

L. Rirhardson. Sr. Tniat Fund 

TOTAL INCOME 



Ktpi-i 

Benerolencec : 

Nf)rth Carolina Council of Churches 
Rural Church Convocation 
Alcohol Education 



IfMM) 



Committee Expenses : 

ItelegateM' ExpensfH to North Carolina 

Council of Churches — M.07 

Committ«*e Meetings — 114. 8S 

Kxpt'nuea of Committee Representatives 

on North Carolina Council of Churthe* 



TOTAL EXPKNSES 
INCOME IN EXCESS OF EXPENSES 



.I3.7S84S 
None 



1950 



1 288.90 


1 184.28 


4«8.14 


25K.6:< 


288.78 


271.44 


289.88 


127.88 


444 41 


231.86 


1.15134 


589.78 


575.60 


491J1 


182.71 


172.07 


182.79 


114.78 



13.728.43 12.538.88 



I0.00 



.13,738.43 12,548.88 



13,897.48 12,648.88 



l2.S4l.fl 



1. INTKR-<"HrR<H HELATIONH BlIKJET 



nenerttlrmcrm: 

For NCCC 

Rural Church C^nrocatlon 

Alcohol Education 

Repayment to Rev Salary Fund 



I iHninitlt<r K\pr«i«<*>«: 

Expenses of Represent, to NCCX 

Committee Eipenses . 

Kxp^n>«-« of Represent, on NCCC Committee 



IMI 

.I4.000.00 



ljU»M 



TOTAL BUnCJET 



I 100.00 
200.00 
400.00 

I 700.00 
18.200.00 



14.000.00 

400.M 

UtMM 



ls.8oe.oo IMMJI 



t toooo 

21)0.00 
4M.00 

I 800.00 
18.700.00 



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.S. Hi|rtillcht!« of tin* North Carollnn Council of ChunheN - IJ»«0 

The Council Annual .Meeting was held at White .Memorial Fres- 
byterian Church, Raleigh, January :U-Kebruary 1, 1961. with 
the largest attendance in its history. Dr. Hernard Boyd, Canon 
Theodore Wedel, Dr. Benjamin Mays. Mrs Murdocli McLeod, 
Dr. Ralph Socliman and Dr. Carlyle Marney brought addresses 
The Council dodicafod a Station Wagon to be u»«vl In its ministry 
to migrants, approved two resolutions In the fields of human re- 
lations and world affairs, a new Cunxtitution, and a total budget 
for 1961 of $63.S90. Including Women's Work Dr Harold J 
Dudley, General Secretary of the Synod, was electetl President 
of the Council. Mrs. Dudley serves as General Chairman of th« 
Women's Department and Fourth Vice-President of ihe Council. 
Other Presbyterians on the Exetutive Hoard are Uev. George .M. 
Webb. Shelby, Chairman of the Pastoral .Ministry Commission 
and .\nnual Meeting Program Chairman; Rev. Howard Chadwicli. 
Charlotte; Mrs. R. A Willis. Jr., Monro^; Dr. H Frank Hall. 
Wilmington; and Dr. Ansley C. Moore. I.4iurlnburg P'xecutive 
Director Morton R. Kurti Is a member of Granville Presbytery. 



Highlights of the Council's past year include: 

1. The ministry to 14,ooo migrant workers In our Slate which 
employs 12 staff workers, maintains Day Care Centers for 
children at Eliinheth i'Uy ;ind Hendersonvllle, and uses two 
station wagons as mobile chapels. 



2. Collection of 135.000 pounds of clothing a 5.1 '", Incr 
over 1969 — for overseas relief; also contributions of |6."<»ti 
for CROP, used to send food and medicine to the hungr> 
and ill. 

3. A Rural Church Convocation at State College. August 9-1 1th 

4. A Church liulldlng and Architecture Conference at Charlotte. 
November 11th. 

8. A Radio-TV Workabop at Cniversily of .\orth Carolina. 
Jaly 18-20. 

8 Co-sponsorship of World Affairs Conferences at Chapel Hill 
in February and at Hlue Ridge in July. 

7. Sponsorship of World Day of Prayer, World Community 
Day. May Fellowship Day and other pro>(M't8 through the 
Councils Dept of Church Women 

8. A program of Alcohol Kduration. including One Day Insti- 
tutes for ministers and church workers, college chapel talks, 
and demonstrations of alcohol's evils before high school 

assemblies 

9 A Youth Work program of work projects, retreats, and 
training conferences through I'CYM and the Student Chris- 
tian Council. 

10. Served as a clearing house and coordinating agency for 
W«'ekday Bible Teaching programs reaching .1.1.010 boys and 
girls of elementary and high schfwl age. 

11. Supporting a Summer Ministry for Camp^'rs at Doughtf»n 
Park in cooperation with the Natloaat Parks Ministry. 



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MINimS or THE 



It. PlaaatBS tor • great ConrocattoB la Flnit PrwibrUirlaa 
Chureh. Ore«Daboro, May 1-2. 1»«1. to celebrate the Council's 
SIlTer AnniverwuT Billy Oraham. Litton Pope. Eugena 
Carton Blake, Frank P. Oraham. and other* will brinf 
addreMM. 



H. REI*ORT OF r<»MMITTFK O?* TOTC 
MIMHTKK AM> HIS \%<)RK 

R«T. Nm.L R. McOeacht. Chairwian 

Daring the past year, your Committee has held two me etlag a. 
the prlncifial fanctlon of which wm the ". . . lntercha«9S^of Infonu- 
tlon a« to open (leldn and Ministers op«>n to chanc*. • • " '^^^^J'ff'^' 
berit of yo«r Committee are unanimously agreed that theat meMlags 
IMT* bMB most helpftti aad that this practlea lAoald be eoBtlnaed. 

A lalat conference. spoaMNi fcy tka Boar« «f AoBaltiee a&d Relief 
aad the General AaaemMy's PermaBeot Oonmlttee «m the MlnUrter 
and His Work, was b^d la Montreat. N. C AagoM IMl. IH^^AJI 
of oor PraabjPtarlaa were repreeented mad tmr f s pr eae a tottTea r^og 
that they galaed Bocb from the explaaatloiM aad dtoe«MMwa of 
the work of these two agendee of the Church. 

The General Assembly. In enacting the Revision of the Form of 
Govemmeat. has lacreased the mandatory membership «rf the Free- 
byterr's Conslaakw «i the Mtni»Ur and His Work. It baa also 
laereassd tbe alaa aC tba ^orom a s r s w s r y to transact baalnesa. 
The Rerlslon farther prertdea that "The aeceesary eapeaaea «C this 
Commission shall be pr oy l de d for by the Prwibytery." 

Yonr Chairman would report that he atteadad tba aaaaal aMetiag 
of the AMembly • Permanent Committee la Attaata a« J^aary 
10-11. IMl. By Tlrtue of hla membersblp oa tiM Aaaaa ibiyli C om- 
mittee he Is senrlng on a Joint Committee, made ap Vt repraaeat^ 
tlves of the OcaenU Coanrll. the Board of Chrlstlao BdaottkMl. aad 
the Assembly's Committee on the Minister aad His Work. Wbleb is 
coatlanlag to study the paper "The Office <rf tbe MbitaUr of tbe 
Word and SacraneaU" aad tbe r^>orta «rf tbe Prertyterles la aaswer 
to the General Asseoibly's r e qa e rt that tbcy "study the paper and 
answer certain specific qaeetlons which would be helpful In the 
further ImplemeaUtloo of the study Into the life of the Church." 
The results of thU study will be reported to the General Assembly 
la IMI 

la the light of these matters your commltts* makes the followlag 
raendations: 

Tbat BMabers of the Comialaaton of aw Praa^rtwlaa be argad 
to raad tbe report of the AsaaaiMy's PhvuumwI OeaiBBtttae aa 
the Mlalatar aad HU Work aad tba aetia«a aioplad bjr tbe 
Oeacral Aasaaibly. relating to tba watt a« tba rmaailaslMa 
at lt« meeting In Dallas. Tesaa. ApHl fZ-May 1. IHl. 
Tbat Symid call to the attention of tbe Preabyterles tbe fa«t 
llMA wa an bow operating under tba Rrrtaai Fmib of Church 
Oovaraaaat aad RakM ^ OlacliMlM (••• partlcalarly Cka^M^ 
11. Tba Worm vl OoTeraaMat). aad arge tbe Preabyterles to 
bring iheir CoamiaalaaB aa tba Mlalalar aad Hto Work lato 
tia* with the maadafory a wab a r t b tp aai to begta oMMag pro^ 
Tlslcn for the eipessee of the Oaasataston If they are not 
already doing ao. 

Tbat tyaad eall to the atteatloa of tbe Presbytwlea tba 
tbai have basa Made ta the fanctlaaa aC tito 



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slOBS and urge that these be followed with care, (see partlea- 
Urly Chapter 21-2(1); 21 3: 21-4) 

That Synod approre the holding of a Joint Conference In the 
aarteg of IMS, of all the ComnUsatons on the Minister and His 
W«rk and the Committees on AaBultles and Relief of tbe 
Preabyteriee in order that they may beeome better InforoMd 
as to their duties and responsibllltlea 1b their respective 
of serrlce In the Church. 



I. RKI'OHT OK THE <X>3HM1TTKK ON \OMINATION» 

Rrv. RirH-iBO R. G.\»iitoj». CAairwiaa 

1. That the varloas vacancies occurring at this meeting of Syaod 
on the several Agencies of Synod by virtue of the creation of 
new committees or offices, or because of the expiration of terras 
of office, or by resignation, death, or otherwise, be filled as fol- 
lows » See DIRECTOR Y. pp 6ff > 

1. That Interim appolntmenU by the Moderator since 8yn«.d laat 
IBM be approved. (All Included in the DIRECTORY). 

S. That aynod ssprsai appreciation to those who hsve Mnred 
faithfully aa mambars of Boards. Committees, etc . especially 
thooe whoae taraa of office expire with this meeting of Synod 

4 That SUndlng Rule »:7g be amMidad to read six" Instead of 
"three" official repreaaaUtlTes to tba umaal meeting of the NC 
CC AaaeaibiF. 

5 That SUndlng Rule 21 I be aosaaded by striking "PresldeBt 
Synod's Youth Council" aad aabatltatlBg "a youth representa- 
tlva. rieetad by the Bxecntlve Committee on Christian Educa- 
tUm." 

«. That maaiteff RbI« 22:4 be aaiMided to read that the 
ahlp of the Committee on BequeaU aad Deferred Gifts be com| 
of three claaees of four members each, the Chairman, and two 
ayi (IS In all). 

7 Tbat f Pti ff^ ^t Rale tt:l« ba smsndtd to laelude the Rynodl^ 
Cbalnaaa af CkrlaCiaa BdaMllna aa aa ex officio member of tbe 
Caaualttaa m tba FresfrpMrlaa ffarvep. 

J. KKI-ORT OF THK t^OMMITTKiC 0» THF 
PRKHBVTKIUAN HI RVKV 

Rbt. J. N Baowit, Chatrwum 

DuHng the paal year, tbe Frasbplartafi ffmrv^ has kept oar 
church well laformed. It haa glraa datallad information about tbe 
program, aad actlvltlM of the vaHous committeea aad agaaalat 
of oar church. ^,._ 

Wbarever the Hurptf baa beea carefully nmA. tb«re has aeaa 
a greater enthusiasm for the eaaaaa of Stewardship aad Evaagel- 

Mmm tbaa bail of the charebas la the Pr^bytarian Church 
U 8. are aow acUvely enrolled la the Every Family Plan la 
six years tlM B. F. P has laersassd tbe gsrvey's circulation by 
BBora tbaa iOO % . 

Nortb Carolina haa aatfa ataadjr pracraaa. aad aaw a^rdlag to 
atatMiaa of May 1. IMl. rmaka fltat la tba Oaaaral Aaaaaibly 



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In the Damb«r of churclMs enroUad la this plan; the first in 
the total nomb«r of aalMcrlptloiis. which ta 3(.920. 

However, th«r« are atill maajr charehea in our Sjrood that have 
not lubacribed to the Survey, and we hope that In the naar 
future all of our charchaa Will see their way clear to aabacribe 
to tlie PfMhjrteriaa Burtmy, and make North Carolina 100%. 
This we believe from every point of view la good busineea. 

We therefore recomoMad: 

1. That tha Synod reqaaat avery Presbytery to study Its own 
record in regard to tha Surrey. 

S. That the Synod nrga avary church in every Praabytary to 
enroll in the Every Family Plan at the reduced rate of fl.OO 
per year. 

S. That the Synod express its gratitude to the chairmen of the 
various Presbytertas of Synod, who have bsaa moat faithful 
and diligent in the performance of their d«tl« 
bilitles. 



K. KKFOKT (>F THK CX>MMITTKK ON 8TANMNG Ki' 
Rev. fLuKHJ* J. DtmucT. 



•■ toUowa ta nmu4 to 
baartag on sMin<lwiBts to 



#a baariiit oa 



This Oeiaittfa 

of oCkar OeMOilttaaa. 

Rules: 

(1) Inter-Church Ralattoaa Raceianadattoa 
Rule U:7g. 

(I) NoBlaatkMM: Rawwiaaadatloa #i kaartac oa Rala tl:l: 
#1 beartag oa Rala tl:4: aai RaeowiBsatartna #7 baartag 
on Rule 23 10 

(I) Hoawa: Baeowsadaflea #1 baarlag aa Bale U t 

That tha portlaa of Um Rapsrt whUk waa placed on the docket for 
anal adoption at this ai a a t l ag a( Byaod. aad aot vKttimA by the 
Report of tlM Ooouaittaa at this meeting, be adopted. 

Tbat Syaoi aatiaa ita IMaadlng Rules in order to BMftka aCectlve 
iBi a ia dUtsl y ebaagaa ta tto taadtag Ralaa aa f a inw is d 
abora aad raaoaiBia at a tl oaa la otbar RaporU ta Bfwod ba art ag 
on ebaagaa la tba ttaadiag Rales. 

Tbat tba Stalad darlt ba aaapowwad to a^k» otbar aaeh ahaM" 
as may ba aacaaaary to bHag tba Rales tato eaafoimttr wttb 

actions taken at this meeting of Syaod, or for clarity aad con 
•isteocy ta tba Ralaa. 



L. MD*OBT OF CXJUfMITTWI ON WOMKNS WORK 

Ckmirman 



Tba OaMBlltae on Weaisa's Work hereby comm«nd« tha 
at tba Waaaa nt tba Sjnsod for tbeir )««4#r«hip and in«pir«ttAB, and 

tba loaal orsaaiaatfoaa of Women'i Work for tb# Sn« work that 
tbay bava doaa dnrlnic tlM year r4>ntinain( th*lr procrKm b#t^B 

laat yaar af aMUtiag ttea FtaabTtertan cburch an ioforin«d rbnrrii 

a ataiF a* tb# Biblical tmmiB ,.t our R* 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



1ft 



formed Faith The study book enUtled, "Baaic Beliefs of tlMjU- 
formed Falih, by Felix B Gear, haa baaa aMdaa a gaMa. While 
these e«fort« were directed at the eattra eoafracaUOB. »• "f^*! 
study of the Women through the Circle has baM OM oC F«riMtt^ 
Christian experience. Followln* the theme. "UvtBC »■ CbTttt . 
the Women have studied the Book of Phlllppians in ■> .•''•^'t to 
deepen their own personal commitment and understaadtag. waua 
different approaches bava baaa mada to tbaaa studiea tba MrM 
effect has been reached— that of deepealBg the aplritaal llfa of tba 
total oonireeation ^ „ ...»«. <«*w 

Our rommlttee would call aUaatloa of tba Syaod to « •.>•» 
Annual Svnodira! Training School to ba baM a«t wart ■* DaTMaea 
College The program piaaaad aad tha Isa dara blp iavltad ravaai 
the BeriouaneM with which tha Womaa bava takaa tba matt ar^oc 
vlUl rhrlatlan IJvIng The attendance of tba Sebool ^f.^Jz'''^ 
of the Synod, and tu Importance in tha life of tha local wo«i«j« 
the Church organitattoMi baa aacoaragad the enrtchlng of the school 

plans each year. . . _.,_ ^^ .. 

The Synodlcal meeting was held in the First Prs^ytartaa ^^^ 
la OraaavUta laat taU. aad waa attaadad ^ tha ekalrsaa o«w» 
eoMmtttaa Wa eonsaad tba Bxaeatlva Board of tba ^••«L« 
tba Synod for the planning and conduct of such an inspirational 
aMMtiag. 



i 

I That vary carnal eaMMarattoa ba glTaa by tba Synod thrsnii^ 
tba approprtata body bafora tba Wo«aa^-tba<yaod are 
to aaawaa ladapaadaat raapoaaiMUty for large taaaeUI " 

t Tbat tba Wobmb of tba Syaod be thaakad aad commended for 
their faithful work aad service to Almighty Ood through this Hia 
Church. 

1 That Synod Uke ««C>^« '^^ .VSi^ZlJLL^L'^il"^^ 
the^Synod. aaattag wltb aa <«rt— *** * ^*'*^- '*'^,?lJ^?iTS 
of Nortb Caraltea, aad by rfatag tota aspraaa oar •Wf^?*"^ 
the faltbfnl aad affa^ve work of tbto laiFortABt organ of the Cberab. 

4 That reeognlUon be takeaal tba dUtgaat aad «»tlrtag aervica 
of lira. H Lacy Godwin, retirteg P riatda a t «< t>a Wa^ of the 
Church erf the syaod oTNortb Oaroltaa: f^S^ S^^^ZJZS^ 
to addraaa tba 8yae4 brtagli* tba aaaaal tafart a( tha ByM^laal. 



ANMVAL liKP<1RT OF THK WOMEN OK THK C^IRCH 
SYNOD OF NORTH t ARtHJNA 

Maa. H. L*CT Ooaww. FnftUent 

ReTlewlng annual reports oaa «at«he« a Tti«<«o* ^^itftSTSd 
team work of officer, and m-mber. and s«Basa QaTt »"•****"* 
bl«Minc« on WOTjen • Work m *• m*k to earry ©"t taa ^^-^ 
bMed on the hm^mhlr approved «mpha*li aad prepared lari#Iy Vy 
th. Bmrd and Ageofle* of the Botttbern f*r«ibjrtertaB <^rch^ 

f V.Ddenp*d report* are by no oseana • complete r«eofd bat Wni 

Indicate iM»tn«thlot of the time. en#r0#« and eonwKrmtloa 11* 

to Ood throBgh thli rbannel of Hli fTinrch ^ .w- «. 

Ettt activity mantfeat* growth In ChrtatUn Hving a»d the ^ 
«pciB.* to deflnlte meaaa to prorld* and •tiiBulate BplrliaaJ tirowta 
in the home, church and community la ettrfwirarlnt 



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MINUTES OF THE 



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Equally thrlUlng Is the enlarged Ttaion of WorW MImIods Thin 
Is evlncf'd by a Mtroaser desire for missionary ed^atlon. lncr«M«d 
Interest In Individuals serrlnK. 

Ajcain. as in the past, the White Cross challenge wan accepted— 
niled oyer and above with an additional gift of $2.50000 sent to the 
Board of World Missions to help defray shipping costs on snpplleK 
being went to the fleldft. 

The wumf-D responded enthusiastically to appeals from the Church 
World Service One church alone sent seventy-five blankets and 
1185.00 following the typhoon in Japan. 

The program of mlnslonary itineration has proven to be the most 
effective means of bringing the needs on the home front to local 
groups. Speakers from the Board of Church Extension and Execu 
tlve Committees appeared in all nine PrMbyterlals. 

In the field of Evangelism the women have Uken their rightful 
ptaoea alongside the men and are assuming their share of the 
retqxmsibillty In this Centennial Year of our Church In laying the 
burden of Oods lore and concern upon the heart of every menUwr 
through it.<« Mission to the Nation program 

Chrlntlan Education wan promoted by ♦■ncouraging family par- 
ticipation in special study seaaoos; the reading of church papers 
and perlodlcala. 

Higher Education wa»« stressed through efforts to keep the youth 
of our church and adulU Informed concerning the Church Schools. 
Vocational Guidance Centers and Campus Christian Life Program 
In answer to a question "How many young people from your 
churches participated In the Wentmlnster Fellowship Program at 
their respective colleges'" 1»59 the answer was 19«0 the answer 

was MS. 

It Is baartening to note an increased attendance at dally \acAtlon 
Bible Scboola. Campa and Conferences. 

Slj preabytertala reportad thirty-three scholarshlpa. 

Servtcea rcB4«r«4 to th« alderly members of tha churchee have 
been overwhelmlBgly gratifying. 

HorlBons are being wtdeoad thr<Mi«li parttctpatloa 1b all com 
muntty church endeavors. 

Never kaCor* baa tiMra baan such todlcatloa of women'saacar- 
n««s to laara. to bacnma batter Informed aad to be more dHoMt 
leaders than In the past year. 

One hundred and eighty five attended tba W oi a a 'a OoBferaaee at 
Montreat. Four hundred and nine attaadad SjrBodical Training 
8ch<H>l at Queen College. Three dlploouw and eleven r.rtlflcate« 
were awarded In recogaltloD of coi^at l a a of alght and twelve 
courtieii. respectively 

Ooe hundred and slity-eevea Macro votBM repreaaotlng eighty 
dlffarant localttlas were In attcadaaoa at Um interdenominational 
Christian Conference in Winston Salem Twenty foor paid tbelr 
own tuition, alxty two were attandtng for a llrst Uoie Aa a raaolt 
ot tbla tatarast, tbroa (m»4a)r Nacro cijnferaaoai vara bald wtib 
good altaniaBot and craat aatMaeiioo for tr aia i w aad apuaaera. 
Three rapraaMBUtlvaa attsndad Bona Acadamy. KairaTflle. Oaorgia. 

The abort aloe noBtba yaar aa tba toeal lardi eaaaad a daeraaae 
la this year s stewardablp of glfta. AU etmiiMgmt aad baMvalaat 
appartlBMBaBU bava baas oiat. Bpadal otMrttatkM* to auay 
tmwmm, mjtmM. 

Tba tyaoitaal Jotaa iMWta aad baada la ipaeial vork w *o *<th 
Syaod. ■■jJMlrtag tfea tepartawia of iBBtiflag witbaat eata tht 
badgat Wt atnre aa tras«aaa aad ra«rats oa Boards of Praabf- 



terian Home. Home at Barium. Mission Court. WUUam Black Home, 
and on the Boards of Higher Christian Education. We have repre- 
hentatlves on Synod's Committees. 

We give a scholarship to a worthy student attending the Presby- 
terian School of Christian Education Next year we hope to have a 
floating scholarship, with an endowment of $10,000 We are Friends 
of the Seminary. Sponsors of PSCE We talk about Stlllman our 
only colh'Kc for Negroes. We promote Intergroup Work, work with 
the migrants, and have tried to get In on the Indian work 

While there was advancement In many ways, there Is yet much 
need for deeper consecration, more Informed m.-niber«, and more 
willing workers. We live in a time wh. n the darkness of the world 
shows clearly the need for men and women with lighted minds and 
hearts God grant that the growth of the preceding years serve aa 
a stimulating reminder of the privileges and opportunities that are 
ours, and lead to even greater service In His name. 

M. REPORT OF CX>!IIM1TTEK ON WORLD Mif^HlONH 
Rev. Hakbt H. Brta!». Chairman 

Speaking to a group of North Carolina men who have rontribufed 
liberally to his effort to bring new life to an almost hopeless area 
of the werld, a missionary stated his concept of missions in this 
way: 

"Christianity Is life with a mission to aolve alt of man's 
basic problems, however complex. 

"When a church Is separated from its mission to the world. 
It becomes concerned with its own welfare rather than with the 
Kingdom of God on earth and Is not a fit place to gather con- 
verts. 

"When converts, however primitive and uneducated, are 
Ungbt that being a Christian means becoming a part of a cob- 
tinning mlMlon to a world they become leader?* of their church. 
tbalr country, and their witneas spreads to every land " 

Tbe strong point of this modern manifesto is the warning that a 
church ^ust not be separated from its miaalon to the world 

Yoor Committee records evidence that has kept Praabyterlan 
CbarcbesTin North Carolina In vlul touch with World Mlasloaa: 



I 



II 



III. 



COBcantrated missionary paraMBOl In special conferences have 
enabled Charlotte. Grea^boro. Raleigh. WInaton Salem. R'>^kjr 
Mount, and Wilson, to «)nfront thooe ooainiuBltles with a full 
and clear c«.nc«pt of mlaaions A laUr coBforence this year Is 
listed for Salisbury Scores of eagagwieBta bave beaa miod 
by individual missionaries in local churches and before Praa 
bytery and Women-of-the-Church meetings and at Presbytery 
Workshops on World Missions 

Missionaries on furloogb. living In our araa— bomoa belag 
provided by our churcbea In some lnsunee»-^-have bad cob- 
tlnnons opportunltlee for calling others Into this service 

Most of your Commlttea. a CMiatdMabte Bttm»»r of Women^jf 
theCburch leaders, sod a large aaaiber erf North Carolina 
Young People attended the Montreat World Mission Confer 



Its 



MINITTES or TfflB 



!▼. 



VL 



VII. 



eDc« last July. All were encourmxed bj th» eoi 

of thirty-nine (S9) n«w workara, a D«mb«r that eompmrm 

faTorablr with tiM yaarlr ikvngt tbUM l*4t. 

ProoMtion of th« Aim 'Tb« HovaAoM ot ralth" 

bytarlM proTtding for the co«t— has ■■y ylwata d tka 

9t tk« jTMur'a atudy. aa has the aae of the book. "On* World— 

Om MiMkm " 

Toatb croQpa, campa. conferencee and ralliaa hare welooOMi 
■lMiMuu7 praMnutloDs wherever adrtaeni hav* baas alart 
to aaka contacta. 

rraaijlerlra of thla Sjmed, following tbe recommendation of 
tlM AfffiwTr'r are plartBg iMa vte kava datalla coamltaawt 
to tba artracy of tlda omm la ^arva ot WorM Mtatos Ooai- 
mtttaaa. Proa tlM commlftaaa kava eeaaa OMra Intereet ta 
tbe cbarebea, aad a poaltlve procram of avppert. 



Dae to tbe argeBcy of tbe world altuatloB. It la 
reaching the attention of charch iMdeni in Nortb OaroHlft 
that tbe Mady aad aapport of World Mlaaloaa cannot b« eea- 
flaad to a Umltad aambw of waaka la tlM year. Tbe fact la 
being impraaaad tiMt— 

"MkirtoM la Mt a faaetloa aC tka tikmnlk. Mlart 
<• tka ckarck aad oagbt to ka pr aaa rt ad oa a 




hava 

My. bat It 

akaaarar tkay oaa 
fiaa atlalatara of tka atatak 

for a varl^y a( atady 
oa aUaatoaa la all ebareb 




Taar GMamittaa alao , 

tiaaa aad jiiflu to wkoai oar world alaalaa la tiractod. Tkaaa ara 
■raaared from dau aTallaMa to aU of aa. Wo are tbsa eaeoaracad to 
»r latarwM ia aad yrayar tor oar CaOow ChrieliaM la aU tka 





IL Tko growtad atraa«th of ProtoatantUm tn Braiii, 

aaf (aapaaaMUty la tto control m kod dir«<*ting tlM 
■d MlMlaa teaUtatloaa aod th« op^dIrc «p of » vai 
fNattar la tta aaMar a( SoatM Mm*Tirm. rombin* to make 
a d^ af dwtlay far Oa i*«Prti la that roantry 

UL Tba ChrlBtlan witii«wii tn Taiwan 1« notably l'r«.«b?t«riaa, 
daa to many tmtiorn aad It do« traa to tfea Cftsrcb't outr«acb- 
M It «R)phaiilBM work for trttal MavBtate grou^ witll 
Bb to eneoora**. 

•tjiDda. mor» than rrmr, «t a atrati^lr p\mt^ In 
f c'hrl»t to Asia Unoil»i*k*bi»" fitln In oatloaal 
•r»hlp B»wat h* captnr*d thn rr»nif*ilt«in and Chi 
ion Th» radio l« now • nal.jbtf forr# la tbla 



8TN0D OP NORTH CAROLINA 



IM 



Tba paaelty of Korean church leadera, daa. It la arldaat. to 
tbo martyrdom of hundreds of paatore and ridora at tba tlBM 
<rf tba war ha« left turmoil In tbat aiuntry that la alow to 
•ubalde Yet. our < hurr h • r^p r w aata ttraa c<mtlBaa a eo- 
oparatlve program and bare boaa aaad to eoaeUlato Tho 
miaistry of healing tkroa^ oar boapltala aad tba Cartatlan 
Higher Education prtHfram brings a new spirtt to itoay. 



VI. 



VII. 



VIII. 



The twenty five mlaalonarlee who repreeent oa In Maxioa 
dact a program of aatonUhlng dlmennlone altboa^ tboy Baat 
arwk only at tbe frtngaa ot the great area of aaad. Tbara la 
progreatt In clarifying prooadarea ao that the Ooaaral Aaaem- 
bly of tba Church In that laad will understand our motlraa 



Oar mkMlmii la Portugal. Ecuador, aad Iraq, projected jolaUy 
with otbor Praabyterian groapa. baTo wttaaaaod la aaiaaaar 
wortby <rf tbe dedication of tbo ladtrtdaate wbo rsprnaat aa 
A btaak-through artd an aaiaaptaaaa ti the way of CbHat can 
ba aatlclpated aa ibu work c«atlaaoa. 

Toaa of elotbing from collection centers in Nortb Carolina. 
aad rallof offi^ngs at Eadtf^r aad otbar tlaaaa bava baaa for> 
vardad orerwaa with the gtfto of tbo char<^b«t4arfa. ■«- 
traaaoM agt-niiea collecting Bioaoy from our pat^la cannot 
poaatMy meet tba noad and aolva aa torg a n cy prabl aai i aa eaa 
Cbareb World Sorriea aad tbo Board la NaakHIIa. 

with these two typee of errldeace before tbe Synod, attaattoa Is 
alao eallad to tbo fall iiMtnir of teeto la tbo AaaMibly's fo y ort for 
Itdl. aooa to ba distributed and tbo atHktag artkdaa aad t_to<«>b to 
TM Prtt^trian .fiirt /-^ Any maaabor if Byaad. a«y ■ ■■■•■ »■ 
Nortb Car^laa can recognise that oar drarefe w oaananiaa to a 
warldwids aOMtoa. 

Tbo oaU fM> aaw slHtoMriaa, tba plaaa tor IMI-U atady oa 
•n^ Cbrlatlaa Mtaaloa to LaUa AaMrtaaa Oeaatrtaa", aad all 
laeaMBaadattoaa aAoftod by tbo DaUaa 
tni attMitlaa af afwy PiM b ji arlaa. 



RertMMim-iMtatloaa : 




to tbla Syaad avM tboir 
ba raiia— tail to raad tbla 
ttM Board of Daaeoaa. aad to Cbar^ 
,w.jaoa aad yoaag looflo to tba bopa tbat tba argaacy 
rorW Mlaatoa taak may ba altaClvaty raaltaad. 



1 Tbat Synod r 
ready 



to 
tbat tbo Chat 

be tnad# a 



of Praabftory'a 
of tbaOaaacU af 



al- 
It- 



bytary 

t. Tbat tbo dotalla <a tba WotU 

IMS atoetiag of Syaod be workod oat to 



to tbo 
wMlByaara 



TiMt pMdtof tba 

B. 



„ af tbla Roport. tbo Ba raraad 
Oaara. BfaaU. addraaa Syaod. 



VI. REPORTS OF AD INTERIM COMMITTEES 



A. REPORT OF LAVMKN'H (TtMlflTTRR TO RTTDY 
MINIHTKRH- SALARIBS 

J B. BscwEB. Chairman 

The Commltte*' on The MlnUter and Hl« Work meeting of Synod 
In June 1»«0 »n Greenville made the foUowlnK recommendation to 
our Committee. 

"That Synod r»'fer to the Laymen's Committee to Study Mln- 
iaters' Salaries the reaponslbllty of studying the feasibility of 
a flnanrlal program to a»»ure the mlniaters and their wlvea a 
place In our Presbyterian Home. If they to cbooM and If apace 
is available after retirement." 

Our Committee approached this problem with the Idea that po«- 
slbly a certain type of Insurance program might provide the funds 
for our ministers and their wives to enter our Preabyterlan Home 
after retirement We found such plans quite expensive and " »P 
peared that all premiums would have to be paid by Synods office 
on a monthly basl^ The Laymen's Committee to Study Ministers 
Salaries feels that the only reaaonahle answer to this problem la for 
th^ Minuter to Immediately avail himself of the privileges of Join- 
ing the Social Security program We would alao urge each Church 
to work with the Minister and where poMilble for the Church to pay 
the Social Security cost for their Ministers These funds* would 
then become available each month after retirement and would sup- 
plement the funds the Minister would receive under our Ministers 
Annuity Program The combination of these two would enable the 
Minister and his wife to enjoy the privileges of our Presbyterian 
Home without needing extra financial assistance. 

It baa been our hope that this movement would spread to ail tbe 
Synods of our Presbyterian Church In the United SUtea. We haye 
had correspondence with many Presbyteries and also with certain 
Synods and Mr Oraham White of AtlanU advised us that this move 
ment In the Synod of North Carolina Is being discussed »» o^*^ O''^ 
Cbttrcb Our Layman s Committee Beads aaaistance In getting tbta 
movement organised In all of our BJrMte •© that It will become a 
real Cburcb wide movement. j 

The Layn.an'B Committee to Study Ministers' Salaries, therefore, 
makes the following recommendation to Synod 

•That Synod refer to the Committee on The Minister and Hi* 
work tbe request that they take all necessary stei» to acquaint 
tbe Committee on the Minister and His Work of each Synod in 
tbe Preebyterlan Church In the Cnlted SUles with the history 
and rMttlU of the movement in the Synod of North Carolina. 
that tbey request the services of Mr Graham White of AUanta, 
who win aaalKt them greatly In this work Alao that they try 
to have the storv of this movement In the Bynod of North Caro- 
lina presented to thp n«»xt meeting of our Oeaaral Aa a em bly, 
which might be the means of speeding up tba apread of tbtt 
movement throughout oor entire Church 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



Ml 



n KEPORT OF THK SESQll^-ENTKNMAL <X>MMITTKK 
Rev. JtrnKTH H. Cabti*. Chairman 
Your Committee would report that It baa been "o^'"* '"^"^.J 

Te\MX\luoroTT^" centennial ^^ J**!, -;;>'*',f ^V/^.J'rg 
that this celebration is tiiovlng '? ''l^ ^"™" *%f7 J^f full 
preparations for the SesqulCentennlal In IMS. •"»<!*•» ^^"^ ^"" 
and definite plans and programs to present In 1962 

A meeting of the full Committee will be held within tbe next 
thirty days when plans are to be acted on 



VII. MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS 

A REPORT AMD MWITRS OF THK TRrHTKKH 
OF THE A. T. MK-ALIA M KHTATK 

Rev. W. B. HrrwAM». Chairmam 

»w ^-— Af th« A. T McCallum i5state submit the follovlBff 

rZli rSTSySU^'^f No?;h**Ca?o,ln., meeting In Raleigh on June 

Th* Tmataea rMalved the Audit of the KsUte made by Archibald 
K '^S;vrn"^lKlitJlc Accountant, Red spring. Nor.^ CaroUaa 

ahowtnc the Income and the "P^"'^,'*'^*^* ^**^* *'""°* '" ^^ 
January 1, IWO through December 31. 1»W 

The Audit on EXHIBIT B which is a aUtement of baUnce avaU- 
able for distribution U aa follow*: 



Deficit for year 
Deficit for year 



SI. IHS 
SI. itst 



.. IJ76.77 



Total Deficit at JMuary I. IMO 



IS.471.07 



Surplus from opermtlona for year ended Decembw ^^^ 

SI, IHO — 

Balance available for distribution in •ccordance 

S?th l7em VI (,) of tba Will of A. T McCallum •S.6€1.4S 

A check for tW. W-ount will be T'iJ^ ^^-ja^-*-" '° "'"*** 
J Dudley Traaaurw of tbe Synod of Nortb OaffMUa. 

Sl^l.- are aatialM that the Eat^.s being ^^^^ 
Tba TraatMS elactad one of lu mMibara. Z. J- J"''*"*^ •• 

T^^S^Jt*^^ bis bond 1« ^,"«Sid** ^tol^'dS; 
vioualy set by tbe 8r»o4 and payable to t>a gjnbod. J^ XT ^V 

in prepar*l»o» for tbe final ^J^o-f ••: *^^ **? ft^SSL Ti2l f^«J« 
Mcaill«m latate to the Trustees of the A T McCallum TnW n»na 



Mt 



MINUTB8 or THK 



"7 



NKMORIAL TO AROHIBAU> TORIUBT MrrAll.lTM 
(IMM-IMW) 

Presrat«^ to Sjraod by the Hew. K ahvr t G. HaO 



Archibald Torrey McCallam waa born near Red Springs. North 
Carolina, on March f4. 18SC. He was Midowed with a atronc 
forcefal personality and a keen intellect. Bat above all, he was 
a sincere, dedicated Christian. He exerted a far-reachtns infln- 
enc« on bis cbarcb and community. 

Mr. McCallum was educated in the local schools and at the 
University of North Carolina. B«eaaa« of conditions at home 
and the general difficaltlee of the Raeosatmctlon Pertod, be 
was forced to leave the University after one and a half years of 
study. He returned to his ancestral home and supervised the 
large farming inter^iu of his family. Mr. McCallam proved to 
be an alert, prograaalve fanner and tmslnaaa Bum. 

On January 7, lltS. Mr. McCallam marriad Mlaa Agnes Town- 
send of Robeeon County They established a lovely home la 
Red Springs that was noted for its hospitality and Ita flae 
Christian atmosphere. Mrs. McCallum survived her husband by 
thirty four years. She died on January IX. IMO. Up to the 
very end of her long aad aaafnl life, she eoBUaaed to reflect 
her late hasbaad'a hl^ ld««la aad bis latarest la the cbarcb. 

Mr. McCallam serred bto cbarcb la many dlffereat capacltlea. 
He was a deacon and a Ruling Elder in the R«d SprteCi Prwky- 
terian Cbarcb He was also Chairman of the Baildtag Oonmlttae 
that erected the preatwt aaaetaanr In ItOt He rep rsiaa ted bbi 
church at Presbytery aad Syaod «i maay dlffaraat aeaaaloai. 
and he waa one of rayatUrtUa PraiAytary's CoaalHlMMra to 
the General Aaaembly wbleb bmbC la Salat Loala la Ittl 

Mr McCallam was a faltbfal aad loyal sapporiar of Moaireai. 
and he maiatatned a home tbore for maay years. Mr. McCallam 
died at Montreal oa AagaM IS. Itlf 

The generous legacy tMM Mr. MeC^lum willed to tka gyad 
of North Caroiiaa la aa idofvaat taatlmeay ^ bia davoUoa to 
the Church whlcb Cbriat tovod aad for wblch Cbrtart gavo Hia 
life 

Mlaa Louise Parcell. a member of tho Kad Sprlafs Pr a abyi ar- 
laa Orarch. is a niece of Mr McCaUtm. aai Mi idaaaat lirlag 
relatl^a. 81m baa raqaeatad tbat I ooaray tbia OMaaac* to tbe 
Syaod of North Caroiiaa: "I rajotoo to kaow tbat Mr. McCallam's 
aMata ia paaatag lato sacb oupaMa baada. aad I trust tbat it 
may boar macb frait la oar MaalM''B vork." 



■. BXPORT or < XHMM 



OHBBOORMi 



Rsv. R. T Hatwbs. J*.. Chmlrmam 



Toar OaiMmsi' on R#»r«rd!i r»r«>lv«l and rMri-fullf atudied 
9t tlMlftaales of Pr*ebyt»rt«i »« follovm Alt^marli*. J«niiarT %$, 

lfM-Dee«nber i. t»«0 Conrord Jalv it, I»»0-J»nm»ry 17. lf€l: 
f^»yett*vin«. AprJI H liMJanaarT 14. IMl. Oraavtll*. J»no«ry li 
lNt-Oc«ober IK. li<0. KIbcr Mountain. Jaaoary II, lM04>-tob#r 
II, IMI: M*fklenbori. July it. lttOJio«Ary |4. IMl; Omajr*, 
M, IWO^Jumarr \t, lt«l, WHmtngton. April II ifmi^^-mm- 
•. IHt; Wla*t«B4kU«ffi. March i. l»«0-r»br«ary 1, iiil. 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



Tbe examination of these Minmte, reTaaled that they were well 
Tft* examiii. ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ following oTeralgbto. 



1 i'mnu of calls from churches to tainlMMn '«»» ■J.JjLjf 
aStood t» tba Minute, of Alb«narle aad Klaga Moaatala Pra^ 
USSa! ( si Minute, of Syaod. ItM. page 1« ) 

2 In tbe Minute, of AlboBMirto aad ^^^^ S^SS^^STt^ 
MrU of tbe examlnatloB of aew mlateUrs c<»alac lato Praa- 
bytery were not mentloaad- (BC.O. par. 74.) 

t The Minute, of Klaga Moaatala aad ''t*"*?*^ J^^J'JJX 
Sued to report any actloa by tbe eoa«ra«atloa roloTaat to tha 

dlsoolatloa of pastoral rolatloaablpa. 

4 me FavettevlUe <Vol 26. No. «. P. 117) a»d GraBTllle (^ 

*• Siif^' mi. ») failed to -oj- «j n^;»-« ^ • •»— 

for Coa^airtoBa anointed. (B.C.O.. par. m) 



Tbe Jltaaler of Wilmington l^rmbjimr, tor tbu C^lim^ 
read aad a p p r o r ad or that Praaayiary wan cioewe wim. k 

Wlaatoo Balem: Aa Irregular action wmm talien at t|^V^>U^ 
uS^ Marrh « IfW. page 14. In the sd)ou™ing of Pj"-**^ 
witteet the reading aad approving of thr Minute, " »s qa«h 
UaSS» whether the m.^..r.tor has •atborUy to rule that "the 
SSS; would be read and .dopt«l ^\,^f/Yii'ii'\o^^ 
Meeting on May 10 Th* Minut.i ot My ^M t S . JUsS Hit 
tbat tbe prettou. Minute, were ',^^.*^2?M2tLrj2iw 
not raeoidad that the Minttf* of the SUtad maauag. wa»»~7 
24. if 61. were read and approved. 

Tbr M*nute» of Wilmington Preabyt«-y for the S tated llo « Mg |. 
Octoir 1% IW. .how that Presbytery voted ^^J^SST tSa 
^mrman a. a part of th. --"""^^.IS^ ^J^S^yTl 
S^MTof Ctonrrh (.rder. Par 139. .tataa ^^^ ■•.»^J!!'thI 
MBUttd «r*pt in ^.traor dlaaryiy a. aad wbeoever doaa. taa 
reaaeas thereof mu»t be laoordad. 

Tour Commltta. also examined th« «**«'"/„^^» ^•'^"^J^ 

^-i --. wi- und ih# Minmie, «i tbe One Haadreo aaa '^*r 

TT.^ 4^f!!?.i M-tSB. ',t th^ Syaod of North Oarollaa. Thaaa 

a«Tenth Annyal Meeimj (*i m*^ 'TT__ „.^^» *a^irvfm« to tba 
SeaUwit work doB,. by th- stated Clerks of these bodlea 

h«T# kept the recorda of oar prawytanaa. 



7. 



lirrt > m ine«da<io« 

i. That 
variMM 

which tbe r 



Ita 

f M> tha 
aCtha 



to tha Clerbs 
aad oriarty 

have 



ot tha 

la 



VIII. STANDIN(; RULES OF SYNOD 



SBtTION I 

Rul€ 1:1. The RulM ol Parlt&mentAry Ordar adopUd by th« 
era] AMcmbiy of tta* PrtMbytrrian Chitrcta tn th« UnlUi 8UtM. «Ml 
printed In the Book of rAnrrfc Order. »nd the SUndtng RnJwi 
hereinafter provided shall be the Ralea of Order for the guidance 
of the Srnod 

1:1. 1^ rvaelad. adopt or ain«Dd a Standing Rula, Um •««• 
flMtad ckAOge shall be InirvMlured at a rcicular meeting, and adopted 
ky a madorUj affirmative vote of thue*- pm«>nt at the next, or a 
It. rcgalar stated meeting 



1 :S To auapaad a Standing Rule ahall reqatra a two^klrds anm- 
atlT* vote of thoaa preaent 

1:4. Abt SUndlng Rule, or appotntmaat of tba Syaod la conflict 
with theM Standing Rnlea, la baraby raadaded. 



SBCTION II 
RKI'KKSK^TATION 
■acb Saaalon ahall be repraamtad at a BaaOac of Byuod 



RmUt.l. 
bj ofM rapreaaoutiye. except aa otharwiae prnrldad for tn the Book 

of Church Ordrr I'aragmph IT 1 (aa r.'vl»«.d by the 1»«1 On<»ral As 
aambly). Saaalona are arged to alact RnUng Bdara who will ^aa 
to attend the whole eeftelon of Srnod. and to reglttar tba prtadpal 
and the alternaff with the Stated Herk not later than t«B daya b»> 
fore the meeting of Synod. 



SBCTTION III 

RuU t : 1. Tba offtcera of tba Sysod ahall be a Meterator. a 
Secretary, a Permanent Of>rli. and an AwUtant Clerk. 



\ 4 MOl>KR4Ti>R 

Hui* 4:1. The Moderator ehall be elected aaeb yaar, to aarva aattl 
hie aurceaaor la elected A Wod.-rator may »>e oomlaalad at aacb 
Bybod. to be elected at the next me«>tlug of Synod; bowarar, a«eb 
a ioailaation ahall not preclude other nominatlona from tba loer 
at the meeting of the Synod when the new Moderator la alaetad. 
The ordinary dutiee of the Moderator are aet forth In the Book of 
fhur.h itrtier. par«gr«i>hn I St. 1. 4. and In the "Ralea of Parlia- 
menUry Order," 1 If 

4:1 Tba Moderator ahall have poirer. In the Interim of the maat- 
iBga ftf Synod, to fill, at his diacretlon. vacanelaa occarrtaf la aay 
offlr^ of the Synod, except Boards of Inatituttona wbl^ hava sa 
limited tenure of office, by appointment until the next aanaal maat- 
lag 

B OKSKRAf nncnETARf 
1:1. The datlas of the Oeneral Secretary ahall be aa foUowa 
form the dutiee of tba Btaiad Oark and T r a aaa rar of Synod, 
I Oatrai Traaaarar af ■ybad; to a^ aa Traaaarar of 



Ta yarf I 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



M( 



the Executive Committeee on Campus Christian hlfe. ( hunh Exten- 
alon and Educational Instllutlnn*.. to promote by co-ordinated pul^ 
" ity the total work of the S.vd.mI , Set- Rule ^ t ; to serve aa an agent 
of he Executive rommltt.H.. on Church Extension (See Rule 9). 
gtmpu. Christian I.lf^^ <^- Hulo 20a.. and ff°;f •""j'^^";'^*^; 
tlons (See Rule 20bt. and to urrr^ a program of ( hristian Stew»rd- 
ahip u^^the constituency of the Syn-d .See Seotloo 11, Item I. 
Reorganltatlon Plan 1»!>1 MInut.'S of Synod ) 

/ 4f Stated Clerk 

Rule 6 1 The duties of the Stated Herk are aet forth In gaaaral 

ltf^!^e Rook of Church ord.r. paragraph, n r.. 105 1». and In the 
"Rules of Parliamentary Order." 20 and 21 

€:f. It shall be the duty of the Stated Clerk, when ha Is «Jr* ^ •;»« 
enters upon the duth"* of his ofTic*. at the opining of the Synod 
tom^tatTy succeeding that at wUu h he ia .le«.od. to raport to th. 
STod in writing and ,n full, whate^-r he ha. [f'-'/J^ '/''J' ^^J,' 
predecessor, in the way of Books. Paper-. Re^^rds, l)<«_^uments. FurnI 
ture. etc , and the condition of the same when received 

t S Tba fluted Oerk ahall conduct the corraapondanoe of}^^Jj^ 
oi and ahall publish a notice of the time and placa of tha '"•f *« « 
Sa^od at least on.e a month before the appointed 1*^^ »« •^' 
alga all naccaaary cert i neater for the same, or for other oflicial 
p«rpoaea of tha Synod or its members 



Ha Bhall mall. In advance of Synod, coplea of Reporta. together 
of the Program, to all Commlasloners to Synod. 



4:4 

with 

4 S. He shall hara at each me-ting of Pynod «^^^* «;»,^'j2l 
mter a suincient number of cople. of the printed W"* o« thaPTo- 
mm Committee, a copy of the la.t printed Minute, of the O^ntrl 
Jkm*mhlw. and a copy of AlerandeTi !Hge$t 

4-4 Ha ahall edit tha Mlnutea of the Synod for the printer, aftar 
their approval by tha Synod, and shall transmit »>»• R^^";** *»»-^ 
to the Oeneral Aaaembly for review .The word edit ^^^^ ** TT^ 
to refer to corrections in spelling, punrtuation. etc » He shall 
cause to be published annually in pamphlet form, at leaat one 
thousand coplea of th^ Minufee. aa »oon a« practicable after •aio"''" 
«»t and Alatrlbnta these among tba mM-bara ot tba Synod and 
Cbarch Sc a ate na. 

4 T Ha shall cauae to be published in the Appendix to tha prtetai 
Mlaataa the reports nf tha Prartyterlaa on stallailca. tba mwrta 
af tha imacutlve and ivrmaoant ComroUle«»a. and aaeb raporta or 
and Regents a» may he required 



4 S Ha shall forward a copy of tba prtata* .Mlaataa ^ »»* y<^ 

libraries of Union Seminary. C»*''»«»«»«^ ^* T , ^wIISKSSJ^f 
HIatorical Boclaty of Philadelphia, and the "••♦"^*7' '^."J*^ ^ 
tba Praabytarlan Church in the I'nlted Stat**, and ha ahall «a at 
laaat thraa eoplaa In the arcblraa of Synod 

4:1. Ha ahall b« cbargad with tba farther «^i*22^IL?2t 

Maiatator aay vacancies to ba illad by hla <*»•»«■«■«.•" "JU 
taatiM ta tba Ministry that may oeear, and of reportlac *®^ "J*^ 
tba acptraAloa of tba tarm of aarrice of ita offleara and .■* ■***.?! 
Ita aaialtf.. aeeoritaf to the Stan^og «^. "Jj^ JfTjl 
to tba Synod the Statlatlcal Reporta erf tha Praabytariaa. Ha aMu 



xo< 



MINUTES OF THE 



eoll«ct and caqm to to prMcrred all t>tatork»l matter rM >• ta 
the life of the Srnod. 



klttetf t» 




• :10. The BUted Oerk shall also mm M TlMMrar itf tte 
for the Office of Stetod Oerk. ▲■ Trettmrar tt rt*Il •• 
keep a etrlct and accuraU aoi^ant of aU fnnds nmtni 
Bhowlnc what PrMbTtarte* hare paid or hara sot paid thirtr 
manta. and for what p«rpoM tha fonda hava baaa dub«f« 
shall sabmU to the Synod annvally hla hooks, toff^tavr wtw ft 
of rwselpu and expendltoraa. p re aa nttng T»fdMr« for tka Mk» 

• :11. The Stated Clerk shall act as SaorsCair to the CmBmtttee 
ehargad with tha dlatrltaitlOB of tha laeoma (rooi tha Mrs. KataBli- 
Ub< Ramolda FoBd for Agai MihlMMra of tha SyBod of Ka rtfc Otiy - 

Ilna, and shall keep a record of all transactions connected UMrowtth. 
Ha ahall make a dlstrlbatlon aa proTlded for In this Trnat Fttsd. aad 
tkaiM*n of dlstrlbatlon as adopted by Synod. 

• :ll. Tha t«Bl of office of the Stated aerk shall ha tfcraa ymn. 

t. At Central Treaturmr 

Mux* 7:1. Tfco Oaatral Traamrar ahaU 41atrth«ta an t i gwalww a 
teeome raealTod from Tmiiou ooarcaa to tha proper Acaaelaa of tM 

Synod, accordtnc to the actions of the Synod. forwTilng lu b«M^e- 
lanee procnun. 

f . At PmkUc R*UUion* Clerk 
ii»l« 8:1. It shall ha tha inty of the Psbllc RaUUoBa Gtark: 
1:1. to propara a daily aceoant of the prooeedlaci ol tko IJMi 

for the dally papan: 
t S to T— fc* iho aoooiBl M tiM, oampleta and Tlcoroiu as poa^ 

slble. streaalBc thooa aurtlora of tatorwt to the senera) pobllc; 

• :4. to act aa tho npfliiniil' of the Sfnod dorias 

batwsso Ita meetlnss la aBdeaTortag to secure tbroagh tha 

prist adawstr account of o c i c MT a ac — in the Ufa of the Charehaa of 

Syaod which are oi slgnlftcaaea and Interest. 

4. At Bmrrttam of Church Mmttntion 

JtnlO 1:1. Tha Bscriterj <rf Church SxUnsion shaJl, sndvr tb« dl 
ractlOB of tha BneatlTe Commttt^^ nf Church Eitonston. bare so 
mtrfMMk 9t Um Synod's home miMlon work. InclDdtng that of tu 
mwiallli Ha e h » n saak to daralop and coordinate all phaaea of 
home mlaslon work within the hounds oC the Synod 
1:1. Ha Aall aarrs as Trea»nr«r of Synodi Churchy te t«irton 
labWMMaali of am-h fond*, pafineiit ^ all aalsrtai* f f^JB, 
Uthorit«d axpendliurwi, ihall b« mada hr the Traaaww 
hf the Commtttae 

I. At Berretarv o/ Higher B4*catUm 

Rui€ 10:1. Actlnx nndar the direction of the ExecnllTaOMWill' 
loa o« BiaeatioMl laaUtattoM, tha BocrcUry of Higher Bdatstlon 
Aatt proBota tha taloraat of tha adnt^ttonal instunttont of the 
Synod, and aeak to aaaka than nwTf f.ffertiT<» in training the youth 
of the cbareh for a wrmmtm metulnmm In < hrlatlan werrlre 

Rule 10.1. AettBf under the direction of the KxiK-utiTe r«mmlltee 
OB Caaipva ChrtMiaa Life, tha SecreUry erf Higher Kduratlon ahall 
proMOta tha lataraoU of tha eaaaa of C^unpua Cbri»Uan bife within 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 

tha bOttBds of Synod and seek to make effective the P™^™™ »' ^^jf 
ralatlng to student work and other phaaaa of Campus Christian Ufe. 
Jtaie 10 S The SecreUry of Higher Sdocatlon shall receive and 
dlapania aach funds as are contributed respect i re y for the causee 
of Campas Christian Ufe and Educational Institutions. 

C. FMRMAVEVT CLERK 

R«i« 11 1 It ahaU ba tha daty of tho Panaanent Clerk to *wnm 

wlth^Uie aid of thTAaatetaat Clerk, tha dally Minutes of the Syaod; 

to SJS iud MtanuT^Tr^ialred by the Synod for i»fo"i-t'f° 

«rIIJ»ora«d approval . and to deliver aoch Mlaataa to the SUted 

aark. 

11:2. Tha tarm of 
yaara and his com 



of tha PonMMBt C9ork ahaU ha thraa 
ahaU ha tfty doUara (|M) por ahnm. 



D. AB8I8TAVT CLMRK 
SmI« 111 Tha datlea of thla offi<» are Implicit In iU naasa. Tha 
j;Sln"aT?3i! ST^etod annually, to a^e -"f'-' ^5«,8«»<« 
ofSynod. aad hU compenaatlon ahall be tweaty-flTe (%t&) dollars. 

J. DtRMCTOR or CHRISTIAN EDVCATION 
Rule HI. The Director of Chriatian Bducatloa. whoae term of 
office shal be for three years, acting under the B;n«r»l ««f«^"o? of 
?heBynJd. Executive Committee of Christian Ed»«/««n ^^^j!" 
chlrgii with the special superrlslon and d rectlon o the S)^ 
unlfled program of Christian EducaUoa. with a ▼*^ilf«3^SS£ 
S^aSpln«.%S «>ordlnatln« all dapartmenu aad phaaso of Chrto- 
tian BdttcatloB within the boanda of Synod. 

r DIRECTOR OF EVANOEU8M 
HuleUl. Th.DI«e^of^vangell;m^h^t^«f^^ 

as::^;^::' ri^sss^^T^-m^ .tri.^rm^tS"° 

SarSSlng annual report to the Syaod through this Committee 

raCTION IV 

TRUmrEfCfl 

A. OF THE 87N0D OF NORTH CAROLINA 

mmiM 1K1 Tha Traalaaa of tha BtmA ahan ha alx 1b aiMher. two 

J'uilL^nlZT^fS:^^!!^ •«»' ^or • term of three 

..-. ■ — „. which may accni» and eaaro to thli Hynofl i n*.y ■sjbji 

SSrfn ft^uslTubJect t.^ tb. ord.r "[^y^ th- J.'.d^^-t.^and 
.11 IfcariMi and b*Que«t« which may b* willed to the SynfMl ic w-naii 
: 'chfrlta'le an4 'h.r obi^t. under its eo«^^ Jh.y lfrlnm,Tn>^ 
full report. In tha pr«mla«a. wh«avar occasion or clrrnmaiance 

shall r«<i«lra. 



MINUTES OF THE 



B. or tVSTlTUTlOVB 

ff«le K. The S^od shall elect anQnally 

1«:1. Two member* of the Board of Director* of Union Theolofl- 
cal Seminary, whoee term of office shall be five years, 

16:2. Five memtxTs of the Board of RegentR of the Barium 
SpritiRS Home for Children, whose term of office shall be four years 
It IH further provided that no regent shall serve more than two suc- 
cessive terms. 

l« 3 Five members of the B<»ard of Trustees of the William Black 
Home for Religious Workers, whose term of service shall be for 
three years, and four members of this Board shall be women. (8«e 
Rule 23:»d.) (See 1950 Minutes of Synod, pg. 3M). 

15 4 Seven members of the Board of Trustees of the Presbyterian 
Home whose term of office shall be three years. Of these members 
at least two Phall be women, and each Presbytery shall be repre^ 
■ented at all times by at least one male merobef The President of 
the Women of the Synod and the Chairman df'Church Extension 
of the Womenof the-8ynod shall be members em^t^eUt. 

1« 5 Twelve members of the Board of Directors of Saint An 
drewB Presbyterian College, whose term of service shall be for three 
years: and each PrMb7t«7 "hall be represented at all Ximm on tfte 
Board by at least two ■ <l B b w s> 

16 8. The Syn«>d shall elect ten members of the Board of TrusUjs 
of Queens College for a term of four years each. Nomineee •hall tte 
submitted to the Synod by the Board of Tmsteee. but In iU ••»•«» on 
of Trnsteea the 8y»od shall not be conlloed to the noalneee rabmltted 
by the Board of Trnsteea. These Traatee* shall be dlTt4ed toto four 
claMca and shall be eligible for reflection. 



16 7 Th. Synod shall trlennlally elect a Trustee of the Moantaln 
Retreat Association. 

lC-8 The Synod shall elect three Trustee* of the A T McCallutn 
■Mate Trwt FMd. two laymen aa4 one "lUiieter. ff •«fj'5f» •**»' 
be a reeMeat of Fayettevllle Preebytwr. who lAaU eerw for 
of foar yearn. (See Section X of the Will.) 



A. 



SBCnON V 
■Vli|OD*8 CXH'NdL 
MEMBBRBHIP AND DVflEB. 



Rule 17 1 The rounrll shall consist of 27 members, incladtwtt** 
Moderator, the rhalrm-n nsr«H tJvHy of •h'' Ij^ Executive^ Cojr 
aaltteee and of the NominaCing C^mmtttoc. the President of the M«B- 
of-theXJhurch. the President of the Womenof ibe^aareh e* *f*Zr' 
one other woman (see Rule 23 M); the Chairman or W'Tf?]*"!* 
«t the Stewardahip CooMBlttee. or IU counterpart, of each o< the ^ne 
PreehytMieo: aUie ■embers at Urge of three claseeo of throe ■ >«■; 
hen oaS! whooo torn of e«ce ohall be for three years At leaot 
eeTcn mctBhora ahaH be lay persona. The General Secretary shall 
be the nerk of the Cooncll. 

17 2. It shall be the duty of the Cooncll to nominate the members 
of the Nominating Committee. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



17 8 The Council shall be the agent of Synod to confer with the 
Oeaeral Secretary about the duties of his office. 



17 4. The Council shall elect Ita own C^nnaa 
man. who shall be of a different Urm of office 

17 5 The annual Report of the Cooncll shall be p 
Synod on the evening of the first day of meetinc 



aai a rlee-ehalr- 



nted to the 



B. BUB-COMMITTBEB 
IT'la. ExtcMtive. To consist of the chairman. vlce<halrman. 
and Ih^ee o'L members: elect^l annually ^^J^^'^ ZX^,' fi. 
the council; four members to ooastltute a VW™- «• m olJiw- 
rMUd by the Council or at the call of the Chairman. (1) ^'*fr, 
JT^rryouf policies of the Council, but without « "J^^^^^ ^° ^J*!j 
matisrs of DoUcy or of major Importance, it) AulhorUed »«,•««'•' 
S S^cllCtween meetlig. of the Council "-/o handle jj minor 
mltte«: reporting actions to the Boxt meeting of the CooncU. 



17 • ffb SteicardjMip am4 BndgetM : ( 1 ) To prepare «»• — -r z"^^ 

Church Agencies such as the 7<*^° ^^"^ir^^S for appror- 

etc. > : ( 2 ) To report such budgets. '"J.JJJJ'SSltSJrrtuK bTcIa- 
al of the Synod via Synod s Council before <>«*f;**'~*2r* /Vv To 
tracted by such agencleo and Institutions «>f the Syno*-. <» > Tj 
'^miu Sy»o?s apportlonmenu to Uie ^J^-^» ^, 
]!^!SAm the BreryMember Canj"«; ^iL^JH^^^ 
Sattera perulnlng to the financial goals of the Synod. 



lSl.^5; S:S;SrarthT^uS*:f sISrrconformlty wlU tb. 
standing Rolea. 

17 M PubHcUv The 4iowvoryaad promotion of waye and mean* 
of iJSnc^^ toS Pre.byt.Han Program throng PoWlc rlT 



Office and program of »«** • , Jil^S-STof tS SmoA and of the 
U». foregoing M^dbN •J^j^ISSSl to thi 5wSi (Mtoateo 

of the General Ajoembly. Itll. P- >*»•. '^vHrT^Tl^wV^Mm o< 
thflM MMllta la Synod's Mlantao): to eBporTtao the iwriHuoa •• 

the ■vnllMlloa Fnnd. 



17: Iff. jro«ia4rt4oo« 



17:7. rUNCTWNB 
formed by ewreepondlng 

n.t. MIBCBLLANBOVB: To 
which are no* sp#clleaUy 



To aomlaate to the Ooandl aU nomlnew 
of the Ooancll ae th«y aria* 

torth above shall b« ymf 
by the Cooscl! 

©ther function* of the 

ttt«MM 




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MINUTES or THU 



SECTION VI 

\ 
CX)MMITTEB» 

A. EXSCUTIVE COMMITTEES: 

Kuie 18:1. The Executive Commttt«M of Synod are clothed with 
aathority. within certain well-deiaed llmlU. to execute and con- 
d«4« the buBlneM entrutted to their care. They shall be diTlded 
into Bulw^mmltteee to which Bhall be aaalgned the pMllcular diTl- 
■lone ot their reepectlTe programe, and the Executlre Gomlutteaa 
shall determine the method both of dlrlelon Into •ab-eanntttMi 
and the naming of Chairmen of theee commltteea. The ralKeom- 
oiitte«:e. with the approval of their r^pectlve commltteea, may 
chooee to serve with them In an advleory capacity such pertoss m 
■hall be deemed suitable and qualified for each service, without 
voting power. 

Ill Each of the Executive Committees trlennlally Bhail rec- 
ommend to tlw OsflUDlttse OB NomlnatloM as additional mawfcsr- 
atlarge for Ctelrmaa o( tbe Oommlttee, for somlnatlon to tM Ijfimm- 

1. CETUECH MJTEySJON 

Ku>e 1»:1. MrmbertMp: The Committee shall be corapoood of SI 
■Mabers (Including the Chairman), as follows; The Chalrmaa of 
Ck«reh BztMMloa ta the Bjmoiieai *m o#toto; nine OhaJnMB of 
eorre ap o a ilt OoMslttoea la PrMkytOTtaa: twetre at lara* tadadlag 
one wtnaaa (Rata U:M) tnm tha SyaoAleal (three claaaaa of foar 
members each wheat tarm of office shall he for three yean). At 
least eight members shall be lay pwrsoaa. 

If 2. CoiK«iaf«e«: Thto OMnmlttee, charged with the prene- 
tlon of Home Missions, Bvaageliiim. Radio, and N^fro Work, shall 
be divided into subcommittee*, the Church Extension Committee as 
a whole to determine the organitaUon ot the Committee Into sub- 
committees. 

lf:S. Fimctiont: ThU Committee shall foncttoi»« follows: 

If 2a. Through Home If ««t*<m« : In eooperattott With the naahyt^ 
Hea. survey the Hoom MIsakm taMa. aeeda. and owortanltiea aai 
STgeneral derlaa steM tor prMMttef Imrgar intereet In Home Mto- 
aloas in the Syaod: fwwts church and manse planning aa4 ere» 
ttoa: and church «rta — I— 

If lb Through Evangeline: Saperrlse the Syiwd's ETangel- 
tatfsl Booairsti with the Praahyt«rtaa ta oMda<^liif evangelistic 
eamaalmud fo>t«r the wgtrH of ovucsliMh ud developing the 
•plrltualllfe of the Syaod by hriaclat t* th» fyMd R«h Informatlou 
and re(»nuB^^atloas as seem pertlaaat aad praMBt. 

13 Sc Throat Jtad4o mnd TmlevUiom, la coopMiitloa »^<t h the 
AMambly's Oaouiilttaa. MOk to preoiote the sprMdlfig of tho QoafH 
by use of the Radio aad TetoyMo*. 



It Id. Throash Nggro Wer* 
My's CoeuBlttee. M«k to 
to rapport sad praMf 

If: 4 CorpofVtUm: 
earpcratkm. 



la 



lOB with the Ammm 
and churches 

of tha Ctar^*! ««rtu 
The OoflMBlttee thdll OMyeiM anBuaUy as a 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 
I. CAMPV8 CHRIBTIAN LIFE 



ni 



Rale M 



I* Memb€r,hip: The Committee shall »» ^«»P**5*,5' 
both UrmM ">« 'T/L ™.^nwi M a» •lin" >>» « >«^ "V 

p4s Christian Life. Including t^« •f''/'!;i';ii'JSrwork of Campus 
5S- institutions: and ^"H'T-Uh he ^^«« Christian Life 
ChrUtUn Life. In <^<><'P*'^,**°° T-'^^^Ifutir^trSr governed by the 

nually to ByBod. 

I. EDVCATWSAL IVBTlTVTlOTtS 

to members. Including the Chi;^"*?;;^^* ofST^lSr. ahall be 
of Hither Bdacation or her '^""^•^Kl; term of office rtiaU be f or 
ttres claaae. of si. »•?»«" •^;^*^ th.lT to«wnad.s of and In- 
three years. Members f-JJ^^^gTHliher F!ducatloa. At loart sU 
tert-st in the ««se of Chr»«tlan H^l^er p^^bytery ahoald 

r^2iiSl^^rtr«el by"tl^!^ ole repre-nutive who O-U 

SilVor tow««ote the cause In hte presbytery 

■"■ _. r'^_-,itt»« diall have authority 

.^bfuh^^oct^Sj^rS^^^^ 

SJ.it forth tn iworal. aa toUmrs: committee shall 

^^ ***.**S/r£S?1" m SSTilJJI^X!? aad raport 
^a4 reeolTO ^hs WJ^. i? gantrn! this committal shall 
apoB them «^»22i t.iL Slatho warh d( adacBtloMi 
stady all the »J««^ J^SSaiSM to iywA 
instltaUoBS and mako raeommew-w- „,««rt.. tha 

. « i^-- ^ The Oommlttee sb^l saperrise «•• 
'*' ^SSrii-^^-' S^O^tSTce 0«ur(.). «d rei^ 
upon same to Synod. 



4. CHKIBTtAN EDUCATION 
M « >f«Ma#r*kie The rommlttee shall be 
^ fllXZi Ih. Ch*lr«.«» - Ml"-' 



21t 



MINUTES or THE 



■TBOd't MWt Council. Chalrauui Chrtetimn Education l«Vt^. frnod^ 
l4l • yoath repre«enUtlTe. elected by this Committee. Pre«ldent of 
SynodB Sunday School Superlntendenfe AwocUtlon. ex officio: nine 
Chairmen of ChrlBtian Education frpm the Preebyterlee . n»neme™, 
ben at large (three claMes of three member. •««^»» who#« Ura of 
office •hall be for three yean). At least eeven member* than ba toy 



112 OrgoHitation: Tha Oommlttaa ahall h*v« tha Mtborlty to 
dlTlde itaalf into •ub^»mmltteee for furtherance of iU worfc. 

21 r rumetUmt: In th* conduct of the work, the C«wnmltU* •hall 
cooperate with the Preebytartaa In thair vrtignm*. Th^ JnUmot 
2a Committee ahall be to anparTtM and dlract the Church » BQlJed 
■vocram of Chrletlan BducaUoa. with a Tlaw to the promotion and 
SaratoyniMt of all the departmenU and pluuMa of thl* emwf throvgn- 
oat tha bonndt of Synod. 



tl 



4. The Committee thall trlennlally recommend to the Com- 
on Nomination* a Dir«:tor of Christian EducaUon for noml 
Ion to Synod. 

B. PBRMANMNT C0MMITTMM8: 

Rmie 22.1. Th* dnttaa of the ••▼•^ '•^^'J^JS^f^^^T^ 
be in naaral raeh a* tlMtr nainaa Indicate and cnstoai has wn«. 
Their memborahlp skaH b* nomlaatad by the Commlttaa an Nomina 
tiona, except aa eleewhere proffiad. 

Rule »:1. ADTiBOKZ COMMtTrMM ON HTOSWM tDUOATtON 
22:1a. rttncU<»« Tb* ftjnrtlon* of the pwTaanent kirimry Cora 
mlttaa ahomld ba adTltory m nature. 

(1) It ahonM be tb. reepoMlbUlty of the AdTiwry CwMSlttaa U 
eaaeult with the Synod'i Committe*** on HiKh^r BdmaH.-n in tha 
•VAlMtloa of the adneaUonal profram of the Bynod and t^« ^^j 
of «v«rsn stratecy for thin program, and to make recomms««aT 
for Ita iBprovnmeot. 

(2) Tb* AdTlwry rommttte* sbaU alao con*«lt with the »dmi»^ 
tratlon* of the eoHec«e eoncerned to aairi«tlnf them tn the -— i*^ 
M^t of tkalr own prorraras 

It-lb. Rwfl^onslbiilty The AdTlaory Gobi mlit^< 
elble to the ExerutlTe Committee* on Hlghf-r Education. 

I2;lc. Nomination of MMihin: Th* MMiibar^p *{_***„ -,t.^, 
mmt AdTtoory Commlitee A0«ld b* raccmmMdad WrthmM-MMf 
OMMlUtae on Educational Institution* to the Notnlnatlni t< 
of the Synod which should b*Te the final r^pimslbllity of 
tlons b*f«r« Simed. 

tS-ld. Tka amaibar «■ UM parmanaat AdvlMry Oeamlttee shonld 
be not laaa tkan !▼* nor flsore than nina. 

MembOTB afcall serre a tkraa-T^r term. 



Mlf r mnanaitlffl OampaBiatto* for **rr1ee oa the Aa^'morj 
ittee .bVSlTon a »«r dl*m t— f pi« «p«^ fom th* 
•I the High*! Edneatlon CommUtee 



22:1*. TMrau of Office. 
to r*-*>*ctlon. 



Jt«l« 22 fa A^NVITIKB AND RMLtMF To promot* the w«lf»re 
«f tJM anna* wlthla ib* 8f»o4. MUkarahlp to be mmpomd of «• 



8TNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



tit 



Chairman of each Committe* of th* eorrjapondln. <*«« »» ^JV^ 
Sml^eebyterie*. on* woman (R«l« MM), and on* m*mb*r«t-tori* 
wlM> shall b* Chalrmaa of tk* Oommltt**. 



tttb. It ahall b* th* duty of thto Committaa «lf***>^"'* -eefc. 
of Tnl^tln" wd prepaHng thoaa *«t*rln« th* ••nrloa of th* chuwfc. 

23 2c The Commltt** tkaU -^-ii^ii** the 'y^.T^.'^i 
for Aged Mlnl.tem aa proTlded 1» )*• nta. of dtotrfbntlon adapM 
by the Synod ( Mlnutaa 1147. pp. i4t-Mi) 

Rule 2S:S. ASSEMBLY' 8 GENERAL FUND ^.O*?^'**:/* fil 
fomlhrsynod concernln, the Board of Wojjjj^. Jj^ii^ £ 
Cause Montreal, Stlllman College, the Historleal IFxm»a«K». i-« 
O^r/al Council and the Presbyterian School of P'-tf »*f .f*^ 
M^n .tr toaatliar with other Aaaembly work aaslgned to It fro« 
tlon. etc . toK*^^^","^*^ wmmwtll of the Chairman of each 
time to time. ■>»«b»gMy )^^^L!?V^ K.^cim Id each Presby 

?^:^^r^zTT£i.'^is:'^i^^i^r.^^^'^ who .han 

■erre as Chairman. 

Kale 22 4 BEQVEBTB AND DEFMRMMD QIWTB. 

22:4a. MeaO^er.Mp .hall be co-p«|- cj tjj^ O-^ 
women (Rule 22:»d) and three das*** of '»•' "^^S^.Xe for re- 
I?K who shall ^.rre terms of three y-^.f^^.^Irl SI U ^ \Z- 
•taction. As a rule, though not nece*aarily. "•"^•"Lna bL 
m« "referably persons familiar with the whole ar«a of will*, b*. 

quesU. and deferred gtfta. 

22:4b. rwnetiam» 
fomlah " 
and 
Klfu 
Synod 



Ak rnmrtimt Th* t«Mtk)M of tfc* Committee •hall b* ta 

msUtatloM In r^Bft*^ to programs 'o' *22!f!-!!S^^*Sa 
.^tln« to sdncatkwal InsUtntUma aad attar afSMlss «C taa 



Hate 23:1. CHRIBTIAN RELATIONE 



23 Sa Mtm¥9r$Mi^: Ut 
t*e of the cofTe^ondlng 
wommn (Ral* 22:M). and on* 
of the Commltt**. 



tka — 

tlarge who aball 



b* Cbati^ 



»:§b. r»acf«o»M: To obaerTe and t^f 
aad r«»ort to Synod s«^ umilllo*^ •■• 

fr».nd« therein as are properly mMtars ior 

bearing of » Churrb Tourt, with 
should be taken, or wltni«s bom* by 




tb* Osaunlttas 

9t tlM 



OluiaUan fUlatloa* 
OMMilttaa «a 



of tks 



2S 5c The Ch»lrman of 
shall nerve mm »n AdvUwry 
Chrintlan Bdocatloo. 

Hul^ 23 i HOMKP » Mea»»«rtMp: To be 
^rmm. of corre.p«,ndlni .ommttt.*. in th- -^j;^^ ,^^ 

"d'^m^.rr. o?tbrP^b:ier,?n^re„. Home the Pre.b^.ti.n 

the Report, of the«. Institution., ifudylng ».lthe ^^"Jf Jjy^.^^^, 
,n thelV worn, and lo r«r*rt apon them to 8rmod. making tie.>«~ 
rerotnmendatlon. 



214 



MINUTES or THB 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



215 



Ruie J3:7«. INTERCHURCB RMLATI0N8: To Inform Um »,.•• 
Of the work of tb* North CwolHun Coancil of CharchM and other 
laterdenomtnationAl profrmms. 

23:7b. Membership la to consUt of 16 members, includinc nt l«ut 
OM woman. At least fire of the ■•sbira shall be l»y persons. 

S3:7e. The Nominating Commlttss trtsaalaUy shall ■ealaaU to 
Synod a ChalrmMi. who shaU smts aa tlM rwi^nanitatiTa «r 9ru»4 
on the coiTMpondinc Ckimnslttss of the General Assemblj. 

2a:7d. There shall be sncb Bub^ommittees as are oec^saary. 

w^, 1* Repret^nutlon on the North Carolina Council of Chur 
shall be in accord with the Constitution of the Council, hence 
oS^SJ^ ^*'* *''• number of reprsMnUtlves allowed (See DI- 
R«CTORY. In loco ) The 1« monbers of the Inter-Church Relations 
Ooasmittee shall automatically be repr^wn tat Ives. Additional rep- 
raMBtativea shall be arranged in claasses. the slse d^SBdtac on tko 
number, to senre a term of three years. elifflMe for OM aMIttowa 
term The Moderator of Synod, the President <rf tho Syaodical. and 
the SUted Clerk should ordlnaHly be represoaUttrso to the Council. 

i1?'^'lJ?* Int^r-Church ReUtions Committee shall appoint suit- 
Mo p orsoaa of Syaod to serre as reprMsaUtlTss of Synod on tlM 

••rsrai eeaatUtsas of the North Qut^lna Council of Cburcbea. 

ucpoaacs for attendance upon meetings to be borne by Synod. 

21:7g. Synod shall aannally pl^n nii repren^ntatlTes from tho 
msabsnkly at tiM Urtar-Cknrch Relations Committee, nominated by 
the C<»nmlttoo on W en itn a Hon s. to olTlclally represent th« Hynod at 
th? annual Assoabty of the Pnunri! r.ip^.niwn to b^ b. rn^ by the 
Synod; and thsao r«9r«oantatlr«M shajl report to the Synod at lu eub- 
aoquent meeting throogh the Conjtnltiee on Inter <:harch Relations. 

Rul€ 21:8. MINISTER AND BIB WORK. 

JlnJ«n:la. JToaai^sMy sbaU ooartaC o( tiM CkaUvM of tlM eof^ 
Klag OoaaikiBlens tn tho sororal PrsohytsHsa. aad foor 
•ra«t large. Including the Cbalraan of tho flwlllii. at 
three of whom shall bo Rallag B4ors. to serre a torn of tifoo 

yoars each. Tb^ Ktatod CIsrk 9t tjmod ihall ttetyf er officio m 

SocreUry of the C4>mmlttoc 

RuUs 23:8b. runetUm* (1) To render aaslstanos to ProsbyiMT 
Commlsolotts by (a) Exchange of taformatlon ss to opso flslda. Ala- 

tstors ofon to dtoay . and as to Dlrwiors of (Tirtftlao Bdncatlon 
•■^ Otfcor lair PMIMHI avallabS* for church »»rnployin#nt and (b) 
IWllitattnc tks tnUMfor of mlni»t#Ti< b^twwn rarlous Prmhnmrim; 
(>) T o rsn4or saststaneo to th# A»»*mbirs Commm** aod l*r«aby- 
lirlM' Com missions In «»naoring th# projtPr p«iltlon of th« mln- 
Mlor, and the r o latlonslll p of th# mlntst#>r and th« rhurrh. a« mmt 
forth ta tcr^ars and lntfrpr<»«*<! m th# Book of Chmrth <>r4er; 
(I) Tn rs|M»rt aanoally to aynod, mallrin appropriate rw-orn mi-ada- 
***"* (*) On actions taken by thp (5#n»ral A«K>mbly air#irt!nt the 
"t oo aad^ CnwailaaiiTOit , and (bi On procreee of th« C^mmit- 
PtOihftorF OsnunlMlotia , and Mi To iponiKJT Hytiod Ctm- 
I on tho Mlalater and Hla Worli. aad to eooperat* In Regional 
Oonti 



Rule 23:»a. NOMINATIONS: The Committee shall be composed of 
11 members, including one woman (See 23:9d). one from each of 
the Presbyteries, and a raember-at-large who shall serve as Chair- 
man. Membem of the Committee shall be nominated by Synod's 
Council. 

23:9b. It will be the function of the Committee to make nomina- 
tions to the Synod of all members-at-large on the several rommitlecm; 
of all other committee membora and Chairmen not otherwise provided 
for elsewhere in these Standing Rules; and of all Trustees elected 
by Synod. 



SS:9c. In making nominations for membership on the 

Boards aad Commlttoes. tho Committeo shall coafor with tha propar 
npr sss ntatl Tos of Inatitutions, Boards, or Commlttosa. rolaUvo to 
with BttitaMo qnallflcatlons to sonro oa Boards or Ooaadt- 

23 :M. Except as otherwise specified, women mombora of Boarda, 
the Council, or Commttteen of Synod shall be nominated by the 
Executive Board of the Womenof the-Synod of North Carolina, to 
the Nominating Committee of the Synod. 

23:»e. Where membership on Synod's Committees is determined 
by action of other bodies, the Nominsting Committee shall submit to 
the SUted Clerk at each meeting of the Synod, the full list of 
littae membership. 



2S:9f. All such nomlnatloaa rtf erred to aboro. howsror, shall aot 
preclude nominations from tko floor by any msmbsr of Synod. 

J?«le 23:10. PRESBYTERIAN SURVEY. Mrmbrr$hip: To bo 
composed of Chairmen nf corresponding committees In Prsabyterles, 
the Synodical Chairman of ChrlatUui Education (Rale 23: Ml. 
and one member at large who shall sonre aa Chairman Fmmrtion$: 
(1) To encourage and facilitate earollment and renewal in the 
Bvery-Famlly Plan. (2) To encourage the widest possible use of 
the ma^slne in all churches and homes of the Synod: and (3) To 
rep<Ht annnally to the Synod 

Rule 23 11. STANDING RULES: The Committee shall be com- 
posed of the Buted Clerk aa Chairman, the ModoratM*, aad the Chair- 
man of the Committee on Nominations. Tho fnaotloM of tho Oommlt* 
tee will be |o reriew the STAnniJio Bvtrs for eOMtatsncy and correct- 
ness, snd tb hrtag la rseom— niattons for iif immt when and 
where nt 



Rul€ S3 : 12. WOMtVE WOKE: TO Inform tho 8yno4 of tho work 
of tho Womon of the Synetf aad QmMnl AasemMy: mombsrship to 
ho eompoo o d of thrso members, one of whom shall be named as 
ehalrman on the roeommondatloa of th» Nomlaatlag Committee; 
aad the President of the WoMOa Of thO Synod ca oJNoto. 

Rule 23:18. WORLD MISSIONS: To promote the welfare of World 
Mtaolons and Orsraoaa Rrtlof within the Synod, m emb ora h lp to be 
composed of the Chalrmaa of each Committee oa WorM Mtaslens 
within the several PresbytoriM, one womaa (Balo n:M). aad one 
OMimbM'wu-larg*. who irimll be the Cbatrwn of tho Oonuatttoo. 

C. GENERAL RULES OOVERNINO COMMIT fBEM: 



I 



[FOr farther dutiM aad fundlons of this ComaiUle*, 
tan ll.tt.tha Jook of Chmrrh Or€m:\ 






24 1a rermofOfioo NO moo^or of tho nmcnttro 

or of the Synod's Council shall serre more thaa two 



211 



mmTTBs or the 



8YNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



117 



Urmm. withoat • rmr •Upcing- no member of mny oUier CommlttM 
■n«u serre looger than one thrw-year term. wlUiotit a year elaDeiiix 
eieept u otherwiee set forth In these Rule*. Ib eaae of PreabrterV 
r*pr«enutlvee. where the rule woaltf ba rtouST uuchZb! I 
CluMn repreMnUtlTe being eleetad a Praabytary weTntairt 

!?„Im JJ^"^"J*"''* '" '»'■ »'•«• P**^ o^ • ter™ .hall norK 
conildered u a term unleas the unexpired term being filled «hall 
be for more than one-half of that term. 

on^iJL'LiT**^' **« «'^'** ?' •** Prwbytery repreaenUtiyee wrrlng 
on Synod . Council. Commlttaaa. and Boards, unleas in conflict with 
other rules, shall expire at annual meetings of Synod. 

C««mH»J?*Jr"? n' f '''*'• of « » ■> ■ « o« BomHte. tlM Council, or 
2.^,^ , ■ ''^ '*" v*° *^^°** m«^ii«» for a pmiod of twelve 
iBonths for reasons other than being proTldentlally hindered shall 
be terminated automaUcaUy. aad Um Tac*aclaa ateU ba filled by 
the Synod on recomaaMatlM of tte M— tMtlag Ooantttae. 

sBonId ma«t at I^Mt once aBnoally. 

14|la. MtforU. To all committees respecti-rely ikaQ ka raltol'>< 
I-SSiI!?' .^rSw***'" '• "^J*<-t'on •'» "porta. doentBetits. com 
-lI-.T^T^.w'** ""*"■ '»^*»«''» P*rt«inlnK to the Mveral »ubjecu 
apOB wklek tbay are appointed, and it shall ba thair duty to toraiB 
lau reports upon the matlen ref».rred to them, aad nrMwst tk« maamL 
to Synod for acUoB. " "" *^ "■■• 



14;lb. All bcUmm aad reporU of all the Tull fillMMllHM af 
■xerutlTe aad PwinaBant Commlttaaa and of the CobmU an aBbJaet 
to the approTBl of the pamt OammlttM of wbleh tlMy ara 72? 
and ordinarily the Chalrmaa. «r BMaa ap»«l«ta« mraWr of tJa 
parent Commlttaa. aliall maka tba combined report to iM^f au 
approTed actlOM of the salHmmmltteea. ^^^ 

^f*J?L 9°5°»"'«« •b»ll make th.lr report, aa brief a* is coBllrt. 
^k ^"» «»»"*'' •▼••ding quot«t!oBi from Board Report*, and parfc 
other matters aa ara elaewhere aTallable m printed form, and to pra- 
••at orally only MeentlaJ dau from Reporta and Recomai.ndailona 

R^i^rt! « «™i!i'".i*^J*'L!"!i' i?"' cbainaaa. copies of their 
Keporta to Syaod. la tlM fcaaia at tHa Statai CSark of Braad. aat 
later thaa approztmataly tUrty iaya bafora tba maatlBg of Syn'od 

L'iil^*^®'"*""'**** "^^ CouDcll. Commlttaaa. aad other agenclea 
fLmP^ZJH^ raeoiMaM to tba Parmaaaat Oeaunlttaa oa Nomina- 
i«7^J!!!2?^ iL?. ^•<»»^ oecBrrlttg oa Ooandl. Committee^ 

•d u. tbam aa Bneattraa of tbalr work. 
\ 
D. BTANDINO COMMirTmM§: 

fc/^J?**;!; ■«•■<»»• n i MB l H iii of t^ or mora mimbaffi ahall 
M ■vpetBtatf by tbe Mo^tnim. at aa aaily boar la tba proeaadlaga 

of the regular meatlaga «rf 8yBo4 aa follows: ip™*»~w«a 

., *JA At ta a i B Bc a. rapctloBs of the GoanOttaa are to consider aad 
to rsramaiMi to Synod dlapealtk» af aO raqBtali to ba 



from attendance of Synod for a part of or the full proceedings of 
tba Bieeting. 

(t) Bills and Overturea 

(3) Judicial 

(4) Resolutlona 

B. BFMCIAL COMMITTKEB AND REPREBESTATtTBt 



Ifule 2€;1. Synod may appoint Ad-Intarlm and Special 
whMieTer deemed neceaaary. for the consideration of special mattara. 
or tba pertormaaca of designated dutlaa. 



2<:2. Tba 8ybo4*l r^raaantatlTe on the General A aa am My'a 
dl on HlgbOT Maeatloa ahall serve a term of thraa ftara. aad ba 
eligible for one additional term. 

8KTI0N Vn 
FINANCIAL Rl LKH OF AGBNCTKS OF HVNOD 

RaJe 27:1. All acanclea of Synod shall clear throotb tba Steward- 
ship Commlttaa aad Council all requests for funda. Including cam- 
patgna. 



27:2. All Traaeurers of Synod's Funds (Olflce. Church 
■ducatlon, Homea, and other Agencies and Inatitutions) shall ba 
bonded la aa ap^orad anraty oompaay for eacb amoaaU aa tba 
rtaasea aad Aadit O—tttaa abaU defaimlaa: aad tb«a aetrml 
a<»ouBU tbaU ba aadlted aaaaaUy by an approved aaeaaataat: aad 
annual reporta tball be read ere d to Synod. 



27 S. All naaclea of Synod leeklac beaerolence aavfMt ffMi tba 

Synod eball preaMt aaanally to tba Suwardablp CMBmlttee ^ Its 

BMOtlag to formalato a bndget. Uwetber wltb tbeir raqaeirta for 

'' aaM^Mt: (1) a two-year <»«p«rtaaa flaaaelal ataUment; and (2) 

a two-year compartaon of badgata 

27 : 4. All Aceadea of Synod abaJl slukre in an iUiuallsaUon Fund, 
aa follows: S pereeat of the b«d«ei laooaie of eaeb ageaey shall be 
reaerrad f<H> tba faad; at tba aad of aacb Cbureb Tear. Syaod'a Cm 
tral TreaMirer. aad«r tbe ■mmlaliia of the Committee oa Flaaaee 
aad Audllng of Syaod'i Ooaaen. eball dlatrlbote tba Faad to par 
tJeipatlng Agenclea ao tbat eacb will reeelTe an eqaal pareeataca of 
Ita badget aotil the fund* nrt exhausted; any surplus reauilnlog in 
tbe Faad ahall be divided among all contributing Ageaelaa in the 
■BBM pMcaatage as contributed; all operating tB«»me ot Agencies 
of Syaod (faring in the Equalisation Fund are to be reported to tbe 
Central Treaaurer 



MKTnON VIII 

WKKTIJIOS AND STASIMNO ORPKTtS 

«al« 2S:1. Tia»« Tbe annual SUted Meeting of Syaod ahall ba 
bald aa early In Jane aa la practtMibte, aad wltb tbe coaearrMM af 
■yMd'a Ooaadl. tbe irat mmtm U ba^ at 1 pm oa a Tiiwtef , 
etberwiee or^red. Tbe Sraodfeal T*er <ihan end kprn so 



f'^ 



ns 



MINUTES OF THE 



.hfn '^„^!;.V ♦'"'?P*^/- '^ Stated Cl.rk and Pwmanent a«rk 
than coMtltut. . Commltt.. on Enrollment, which ■iuai mSt nTS 

thffrl^^'**""""'*''..*'**"' *"* ■"*''•'• •■*'P«'^ to this Committee or 
their agents for enrollment. The roll thus prepared accordlnr to 

rrwSich' T:,"'"]!,!*! '"'^^^•^ ^° •»>«• Synod at'ihe'^iS.linJ s?ioi 
at which time additional enrollment shall be made »ynoa. 

«f!lf*#'®il Entertainment. Synod's Program OoaalttM ahall ar- 

iscratfo^nj.rrry"'*"^ °' "^^ •ivJ^ssis^Sf^.'^iSio';;. 

•hall id^ aBn?v tn^i '°'' /""!* "••' tharaafter. This rate 
SJrJrTrV' *^^ '^»° ^^°^, *"•■*• *' Smod who are approved by the 
f^TEX ^^*\***, .^" '^"**'" "' Synod shall makS a^s^iLSl 
for their own enteruinment. and shall be eharnd for mMSTatSh! 
prevallln» rate, by the host Institution or dJSch. ^^ ^ 

for «ISf. ^K "*w ^ ""•' '°'' «"»*^»' member of Synod and 
Si !I^ V r"".^!!. •"*'** <^''"'"'"'» •»»'^' »>• ••'•Tinit one or two meals at 
tha church building or other central place. 

SnTJlJ^!! ^'.^ "i**" registering, which shall be collactwiirtlla 
^all be of sumci^it aiawnt toiS S7iiSi^of thl^SS 

StJ'rro^'iri.'sir'' •^^--^'•"- - -rrb;'8j!:*odrs 

lion of each .hall bJTS.lTS'tS^sii'od "' ""'^ "^ "'"^"- 
shlll L Hi r!!!?^''. «i»nsas of the Eiecotlre Coaalttaw 



tl:4 



Ths expenses of the Council shall be borne by Synod's 



^<M t !*•-■"'•■■*'''' •»P«n.«» of Psraaaaat CaaBlttaM ak«ii h. 
paid by the Synod from lu Tr«ui«ry. ^mri^!!!Sl!v!!rSl!t^. 

.lA* fw_^^*" *"''•' "' committee »«Bik«n I* by public Trsaasniii 



■Iah »f Jli^ *^^!f*^ rollowlng the earoUmsot at the opanina as^ 
•Ion of Synod, the Ma«armtor shall Introdaca to tha fi5n«3^i aiS 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA tlf 

tars who have been received Into lU ranstltarat PrasbftaHM itaM 
tba last Statad Meeting 

12 :S. Tha Sacrament at tha Lord's Sappsr ahall ha htid on tha 
Irst day of the Synod's meeting at an appropriate time. 

tS:t. The nam^ of the Ministers of Synod who ba^e died during 
tha fljTiadtwil year shall be read in connection with the annoal OoB- 
maalMl Sarrloa. and an adequate memorial uf each, not to azoasl 
approzlB^aly 600 words, shall be printed lu the Minutes ei ByM^ 

provide tha s m i Uum ci a 



tS:4. Tha Program Comralttaa 
•tanographer for Committees of SyiMd. 

M:&. Tha Mlaotes of Agandss nndar the oontrol of 8yM« liMdl 
avallabla to Synod or Synod's Council up<m raquMrt. 



S2:(. No new matter of business may be Introduced to Synod 
later than recess for Inscb on the second day of the maaUng of 8y«oA. 



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Albert B. McClur.- 
Harold J Dudley 
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GENERAL INDEX 



Ad Interim Commltteeii 
Adult Work 

Advisory rommlttPe on HlRher Education i, « ,„, 

Aniorlran BIhle Soriety "• ^'- ^*1 

Annuities and H.Hef. He,K>rt of Commltteo on *, lU 

< unimitt^-*' MemtM>r« *'• '7.. 

App«ndlx 1-' 

ApiKtrtlonmenln to Prp»ibytprie« ** 

tl!!jK.'"*'^'"!: •^h'-«^"'»n Education I ,« l!J^'?* 

A«»*nibly and Syn-d DudRet '*' ■*'• "* 

AafM>mbly's General Fund AscnriM i<««. "n.».... t- ^ . *®^ 
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84 
116 

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Attendance 

HtnndinK Committee 

At Synod 
Auditor ■ Report 
Audio-Vlnual 

Audlc of Synods AKencl,Hi and Institutions 
H-nnm Spring, .See Thlldren . Home", 
neijue.t, and lH.ferred r.lft«. Ke,H,rt of Committee ,.n 

(ommittee Members « v. nuiuiu e ,,n 

nud'J,"^'''''"^.''*''- "-»»«'•« «' Committee on 
HudKet A««imbly and Synod C)iu»e* 

i^/nr^^j"*'^**'''"' *'''"*' »»"<1KH • and Statistic", 
SSS^ of Kducational InatUutions f«ti»tic« , 

WMUr»t» of IVrnbyierieii !♦»<" 

nud«et, of s>nod-. Amende.: C«inpaaChrl.U.n Iir. m,.^.^^"' 
<hur.h Kxtentlon <144) Chrt«fi«« km. . ^"* <111); 
Clonal InMltutiU Vc^^m™,V,;l■^^-^^^^^^^^^^ 
«174». Children-H HomeTisi. iLLl' ' ,"***•"*** Center 
Inter^'hurch RelatlonT (if 'sl^'/nm ^^ Home ,lg«,; 
noSi: Education., .n-tl?!;.' n/???J;^f»Jt;;i5;,|:^>^ . 

Cclrndar of Spe< lal Heaxont and Daya 

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CampuK Chrlntlan Life 

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Hljther Education 

PriHibyterlan Home 

m, Andrews Presbyterian Coll«>«e 

Woman s Collefte 

''*'"&h''"*"" '*'•' «-'»"«»' K«-uti.e Committee 

Committee Members 

Financial Slafemint 
Candida If « 
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Financial Statement 
Children's Work 
Christian Action 
Christian Kducation. Rej>or» of K\..iiii\>- ( -.iuinltt«-e on 

BudKel 

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Flnnn<lal St;i!enn>nt 
Christian Education. At»H Workers t See "Area Workers", 
Christian Relati' ns. Report of Cnitnittee on 43. 178 

Committee M-mbers J' 

Church KxtcnoioM Reptirl of K\«'i'iv. ("oininltti'e of 40. lis 

Hudfcil 

Coinniltt'e M- ni»M'r<« 
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Committees 
Men,fM rs 

Reports of t S' . Appendix. P 4» » 
Communii-ations 
Communion Service 
Conferences 

Be<iueMs and Deferred CiH 
Consultative 

Minister and Mis Work and Annuiiie- and K< lief 
Contlnnent Salary Fund 
Council ( See Synod's Counefl » 
Davidson College 
Dlrcetor of Christian Education 
Directors of Chri-tlan Education 
Directory 

Education: Federal Aid to .,^ . , »a 

Flducati.n iSee "F:klucat tonal Institutions and "( hrlsilan Edo 

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Educational InMitutlona. Center* 

Eduiallonal Inslltutlona. Report of Exwutlve Committee 
Budget 

C'omnUtie*- Mtmbers 
Financial Statement 
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St Andrews I>avidBon. Flora M.i.donBld: Qlt<>«BM: Peace 
Preubvtirlan Junior; t'nlnn Theological Seminary. 
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Enr . -- :• 

Bvan*eU*<nJ. Including Report of ConsBilttee on 

(See also under 'Statistics', 
Evangeli-'m. Res-lutlon on 
Executive Committees. Reports of 

lleinbershtp 
Executive Secretariea 

Financial Statements (See "Treaaurer'a Reports"! 
Flora Maidonald Colle«e 
Oeoeral Directory 
General Aaaerably AdTlaory Council on HtRb«r Bdwatlon 



144 

11 

140 



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83 

193 
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S?itlTpI*"*.7 Pr^rram R,.p„n of CommlU^ on 

Home Mimionn 

Home., (S«» • Children V; "PrefbyterUn- : "William niaok") 



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'"''B^Jir" '^•■'*""'" ""»^''' "' f'-mmltfe^ nn 

Committee on 

rinanolal Statement 
Jadirial Comniftree 
Larnien'» Com mil tee 
Leadprship Educittion 
txifln FundH 
I»nitR«BKe PlnnnlBK 
Mrrallum BRtate 
MeellnifB of Synod 
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Memorial Servtre 
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Menu Cnunril 
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MlacellaneouB UepfirtN 

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Mo^ era torw El>-/ied 

Motfwalorw of Synod 

lloderat. r a Addrea* iBmodl 

■oBOKrapha of Bdacattenal Inatltiitlnn^ "^ — 

Negro 

Negro Work 

New Miniattrp Introdurtloa of 

Neil Meetinic of Synod 

Nom^at.on.. Report of Co-mltlee on IA1« 8«* Directory, 

^ ComiBittee Member* 

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R«>pre«««it«iive* oa NCCC '" --"" 

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OrKanitatloe of Ryaod 
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Paper* and Serurltiea ..„..__! 
Pe*ee College 



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Itoard Member* 
FMnanrtal Statement 
Presbyterian Junior College 

Prtthpterian SetCM 

Preebytertal Preatdenta 

Praebjrtertan Seal 

Preebylerlao Sanrey. Report of Committee 

Committee Members 
Prcuhvterie*. Rolls ... 
Presbytery Statletica (See 8iatlatlci> 
Program of Synod 

riedlralton of Synod's Office Buildin»r 
Centennial 

Pablle Relatlona 

Qae4>a8 Colli-ge —.-.„» 

Rare -See "Negro" 

Radl<vTelevl«lon— See "TRAV 

Raltlgh 

H«^< rd*. Rpport of Committee on 

Recruitment 

R«(B'nts 

Repr^rtR (See Appendix, pagf 49 i 

Rent iutions. Report of Committee on 

Resolutions: 

1 Christian Action 

. at. Andrews College 
:i. MtaMers' Salaries 

t. Bmuigeltaai 

'•. Stewardship 

*t. 8ymt>sthy 
UevolYing Salary Fund 
Reynoldn Fund, Mrs Kate H 
Richardson. L.. Trust Fund ...-»,—.. 
Roll of Synod 

Ruling Elders (See "Roll of Synod i 
St. Andrews Preabytprlan College 

Members of Board 
Samiaars 
Saaqut-Centennial, Report of Committee on 

Committee 
aunding Commltleen 
Standing Rules of Synod 
Star.dlng Rul». Report of Committee on 

Oaoinitiee Meabera —- 

Stat<>d Clerk iS«e OaMfal SMralMrf) 
SU(«*d Herks of Pr8afcnarfaa„„~.-^— — -.— 
Stat) d Clerks of Synod 
ftatlHtirs 

Cbrlstiaa Educailon 

Church Extennion 

■iMaUMial Institutions 

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Synodiral ,s^ W..meo'iWork") 
Synodhal OtfUvrn 
8ynod« Counrll. R,.port of 

Mi'mberKhJp 
Synods Oflrice 
Budget 
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Synod'a Program 
Synoda Slatistlra 
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JJ«ia.ry ,100,; wTluIn?;;; iime'ng'7^'"" Theologic 

IJnIon Th.K,logten a^,n,ry 

Vorallonal (iuidaace Centura ifLL'n^tj, ^ 

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WillteB Black Home. Report of 

B««rd Membera 

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* f>minitte<> on 

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Ihr Minulo "t thr I'.iGl Session.- of th. 
S\rio(l .it North Carolina as adopted by th«' 
SmkmI urrr a|iprovt'(i bv thf (leneral As 
-cnibh in -^fssioii at Winstoii-Salt'ni. North 
( arolina. May. \W2. V]X)n completion of 
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will \>v bound and placed on dt'iKisit at \h>- 
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MOIHERATOR OF H^NOn — liNI2 

The Ut-vt-rend O»«org« I^afayette Riddle, Pastor of the Cherr\ 
\i\\*' I'retibyferlan Church. !■ a native of Clovor. South Carolina 
th»' Kon of Thoniaa Howard and Emma Miller Ftlddle He ia h 
uraduate of Pr«ibyt»>rian Coll©«e, Clinton, 8 C. (18311. holding 
\Uf A H deKr*M»; Columbia Theoloitiral Rwminary (1934). H 1» 
and (11»4S» Tb M dt'ure*-* He served the Ellenboro and Forem 
ciiv •"hurch»* In Kinfc* .Mountain Presbytery from 1934-1 i«3: 
was a Division ( haplain of the 82nd Airborne Diviaion 194 1-41' 
and was a hospital Chaplain. Thayer General Hospital. NaahsilU- 
i'>Tines*M>, 1945 Mr Riddle has been pastor of the Cherrwni. 
rhurrh sinte 19.1S. exrept for those years in the service 

Durinfc the Second World War. Mr Riddle received the Brnni. 
Star for .Meritorious Service, the Oak Leaf Cluster, the Purple 
H. art. and thf Order of Oranxe of Nassau riejtr.'e of Officer award 
«m1 b> the Que< ti of the Netherlands 

Mr HIddle Is married to the former Mlrp Kindley of Iva .'^ < 
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RECENT MEETINGS OF SYNOD 

11(50 — Queens College, Charlotte 

1961 — Flora Macdonald College, Red Springs 

1962 — Davidson College, Davidson 

1963— First Presbyterian Church. Wilson 

1954— Queens College, Charlotte 

1966 — Barium Springs 

1966— Flora Macdonald College, Red Springs 

1967— Montreal 

1968 — Davidson College, Davidson 

1959— Charlotte: Queens College, Myers Park 
Church, Covenant Church 

1960 — Greenville 

1961— Raleigh 

1962 — I>aurinburg 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 
GENERAL DIRECTORY « 

Calendar of Seasons and Dajrt 10 

Supplemental Offerings ._ JO 

Minutes of Annual Meeting ^ . Jl 

APPENDIX _ . , 47 

Memorials ^ 4| 

Report of Stated Clerk -63 

Report of Synod's Council 7S 

Reports of tke Bzecotire Committees _ lOO 

A. Caniras Chiistlaa Life 100 

B. Christian Bducatlon loi 

C. Charch BzteDsion . . _iii 

D Rdaeatlonal Institntions 1S8 

I Monographs of Colleges _ _141 

2. Peace Collage Jadgment , . ito 

Reporu of Permanent Committees „ 1«7 

Roports of Ad Interim Committees ^ -__!§« 

Reports of Mtseellaaeoas Committees . _ . ill 

Ktan<]ing Rules (omitted in ltC2) 

Stewardship Tables _ HI 

Succession of Officers 21 J 

INDEX 211 



GENERAL DIRECTORY 



HYNOII'8 OFFICE 



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OFFK'KIW OF THK SYNOD 

.Mixlerator — Rev Ueorue L. Kiddle Cherryvillt* 

.Nhiderator-NomlnHf Rev Price H. Owynn. Jr LaurinburK 

(ierieral S«Tre(arv and Stated Clerk Rev. Harold J Dudley. 

( 1963 ) Hox 10785. RaleiKh 

I'ernianent Clerlt — Rev C .M. Gibbs (1963 1 CorneUa. Ga 

AfiiiBtant Clerk — Rev Jewe M Hratton, Jr (1962) Raleigh 

Dlreetor of Christian Education — Rev Robert Turner 

(1965t 200 W Trade St.. Charlotte 

Director i.f Radio-TV — Ted L Daniel Box 10785. Raleigh 

KKGENT8. TRUSTEES. AND COIOinTKBS 

Note: In the followinc li«t of Tmataaa and Committeemen, the 
letter following the name Indicatea the Preebyterr repreaented by 
that person: (A) Albemarle; (C) Concord: (F) Payetterllle ; (O) 
Granville; (KM) Kins* Mountain; (M) Mecklenburg; (O) Or- 
ange; (W) Wilmington; (WS) Winaton-Salem. The date before 
each group indicatea the year in which the term of aenrlce expiree 
The «ui)erlor numeral after a name indtcatef* the term of office. 

I. IIAKIIM NPKINt.N <-HIIJ>KKN'S HOMK 

Rev. A B McClure. Barium Springs Superintendent 

KecfwU: M. C. Benton, Jr.. Wlnston-Salem. Chairman. 

1»«3-M C Benton. Jr.." (W8), 2701 Country CTub Rd.. Wlnston- 
Salem: Mrs Lewis B. Schenck,' (C). Davidson; Mrs. John L. 
McNair. Jr.* (D. Laurlnburg: Rev. Joseph H Carter,* (C); 
Charles Boney.' (W), Wilmington 

19«4 — R(>b»»rt Lee Corbett.' (A). Marcleafleld; George StovalL' 
(Ml, Albemarle; Mm W W McGinn.' (at large). Rt 4, 
Charlotte, Mrs J R Benson.' (W). 1»03 Ann St.. Wilming- 
ton Mrs David C Clark.' (G). Roanoke Rapids 

15*6:-. Mm F.IU (> Gee' (WSt. Islington. Mm Philip Hower- 
ton (.Ml. Charlotte; Hugh Arrowood' (K.M). Shelby; Dr. 
Edgar D Baker' {G>. Raleigh; Charles S Wilkins' (0». 
Greeniiboro 

19«< Mm H H Bryant (A). 1908 E Sth Ht . Greenville, Mrs 
Wlllard C Goley (O). 214 N Main St . Graham; Rev Rob- 
ert F Sloop'. (F»; Royal R Brown', (st large I . ReynoldK 
Building. Wlnston-Salem; Mm S F lUxnn.' (KMi. Ontrsl 
Avenue. Belmont 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 7 

n. TRUSTBU 

A. UNION THBOliOGICAL SBMUfARY: 

IfffS— Rer. Harold J. Dudley; L. N. Boney. Jr.. St4l Hy- 
drangea PI.. Wilmington. 

1964— Rev. Harry M. Moffett. Jr.; W. Kelvin Gray. Raleigh. 
196& — Rev. Julian Lake; E. Hervey Evans. Laurlnourg. 

19«6- Rev. Watt M. Cooper; Thornton H. Brooks. Ore«us- 
boro. 

1967— Rev. Warner L. Hall; Dr. Hamilton W. McKay. 292C 
Belvedere Ave.. Charlotte. 

B. WILLIAM BLACK HOME FOB fUCUaiOVS WORKKIIS: 

Rev. R. H. Stoni . Chairman and Treasurer -Box 9006. 

Oreefiaboro 

1963 Charles H. Boney. (W). Box 986. Wilmington; Mrs. B. B. 
Olllesple. (O). Greensboro; Mrs. C. E. Nelsler. (KM). 
Kings Mountain; Rev. R. A. White. Jr.. (WS): Mrs. R. A. 
Willis. Jr., 605 8 Hayne St., Monroe. 

1964 — Rev. R. H. Stone (at large): Mrs. R. E. McDowell. 
(M). Rev. Thomas H. Hamilton. (A); Rev. A. R. 
Craig. (KM): Mrs. E. Johnston Irvln. 253 Louise Ave.. 
Concord. 

196S— Mrs. Jaltan B. Hataff. (P). It* Broadfoot Ave.. Fay- 
etterllle: Mrs. Allen 8. O'Neal. (G). Raleigh Apta., 
Raletch: Mrs. John F. McNalr. (F). Lanrlnborg; Mrs 
Charles G. Gambrell. (at large), 680 Park Ave.. New 
York SI. N. Y.; Rev. T. H. Spence. (at large). Montreat. 

< . vriKKNH fXHJLKCJE: 

1963— Thornton H. Brooks, Southeastern Building. Greeaa- 
boro; Rev. James E. Fogartle; Mrs. Curtis B. JnhitsoB. 
Charlotte. 

1964 Mrs. William C. Cannon. Concord; Hunter Marshall. 
Independence BMg., Charlotte; Mrs. 8 P. Stowe. Bel- 
mont. 

1965— John M. Akers. 1102 Belvedere Ave.. Oastonta; Dr F 
L. Knight. 103 Hillcrest Dr , Sanford. 

1966— H. F KlBcey. lit W. Third St.. Charlotte: Rev. Julian 
Lake. 

I). MOUNTAIN RETREAT AH80C1AT10N: 

1964— Rev. Roy E. Watts 

K. TRUMTKKH OF SYNOD: 

19«.1_p L Jackaon. Davidson; W. E. Prtce. lit W. Third St . 
Charlotte. 

1964 -John C. Ramsaur. Llncolnton; W. A. Sanford. 2S2S 

Hampton Ave.. Charlotte. 

1965 Joseph W. Grler. Law BIdg . Charlotte; Howard B. Ar- 
barkle. Jr.. Charlotte. 



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g MINUTES or THE 

P. TRUSTEES OK MeCALL/VM B8TATB: 

Dr. Robert Croom <1»«S); Z. V. McMillan Jltf4): 
Rey. W. B. Heyward (1»S6). Chairman 

O. PRBSDYTERIAN HOME: 

J. B. Watt. Chairman of the Board — Box 1«55. Charlotte 
Richard A. Short, Executive Director. Box 1110. High Point. 

1»«S— Dr. James D. Whaley. Hickory, (at large); Mra. W. 
H Sprant. Jr.. Wlnston-Salem. (at large); John F. Mc- 
Nalr. Jr. (F). Laurlnburg; J. B. Watt. York Ro^. 
Charlotte (M); W. J. Boney (W). Wilmington; Mr*. 
A. L. Tait. Lincolnton. (Synodlcal) ; Mm. Harry J. Van 
Straaten. 7 LIttlewood Rd . Durham. (SynodlcAl). 

1M4— Wm. McFarland. (KM). Box 224. Columbus, N. C; 
Tolly Blair. (W8). 1»17 W. Flrat St.. Wlnaton-Salem ; 
W. Y. Preyer, (at large). 608 Sanaet Drive, Oreena- 
boro: J. Sander* Dallaa, (at Urg*). High Point: Mra. 
J. R. Benson, (Synodlcal). 1108 Ann St.. Wilmington: 
Mrs. John May. Box 1478. Burlington; W. H SulllTan. 
Jr.. Greensboro 

lt«S — L. Young White. 143 Cedar St.. MooreavUIe. (C); W. 
Kelvin Gray. Raleigh. (O): Colon McLean. Box 454. 
Waahlngton. (A): Mra. Henry V. KoonU, High Point, 
(at large); Mra. Erie W. Rodgera. ScotUnd Neck. (Sy- 
nodlcal; Mrs. Emil F. Wilier. Box »6. Kannapolis. (Sy- 
nodlcal): Rev. Geo. M. Webb, (at large) 

Bx-Officio — Mra. E. Johnston Inrln. 2SS Loalse Ave . Con- 
cord, President, Women of Synod. 



H. ST. APTDRBWH PREHBYTKRIAN <X)IXKCE 

1118 — Dave Hall Belmont; Volt Ollmore. Southern Pinea; 
R«»T. Charles Lynn Brown; Halbert M. Jones, H»^tor 
MacLean. Re>. Roy E. Watta. Mra. George Artnger, 
Edwin Pate. Dall Holderneaa. Charles G. Roae. James 
L. McNalr, Rev. R Don Carson 

1»«4_C. A. Poole. (C). Hickory: Mrs. Rufus D. Wilson (0». 
933 W. Chorch 8t . Burlington; Martin L Lafforty (C), 
Concord; Laalie N. Boney. Jr., (W). Wllmlnirton; Jo- 
seph H. Robinson (M), ItU Queens, W. Charlotte; 
Rer. B Frank Hall (W); John A. Williams (G). 400 
Oberlin Rd., Raleigh; Henry A Walker (A). Perry 
Park. Kinston: Dr. William M. Roberu. (G). 1308 Lots 
Ave. Ralfinh; Royall R. Brown. (W-8). Reynolds BIdg 
Winston Salem; Rev. E. D. Witherspoon (KM); Rev. 
Julian I.ake (W-8). 

lies — Rev. Warner L. Hall. Rev. Harry M Moffett. Jr.. Wm. 
H. Neal, L. H. Fountain. Wilbur H. Currle. Mr*. O. L. 
Parker. Charle* W, Perry. Charle* F Myers, (O). Bur- 
lington Industriee, Greensboro; Tom M Belk. Irwin 
Belk. C. E. Beman. Rev Wm. M. Currle. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



m. SYNOD'S COUNCIL 

Rev. Roecoe Prince, Chairman (1963) 

Dr. James R. Wright. Vice-Chalrman (1964) 

Rev. Harold J. Dudley. Secretary 



Plnehurat 
RalelKh 
Ualeigh 



Pfiatytecy Rep r eae n f Uvea : 

(\) D. L Slallings 1706 River Drive. New Hern (1»64>; 
(C) Rev. W. Lowry McBath (1862); (F) Rev. I.e«Ue C. 
Tucker (1966); (G) Braxton Flye, Graphic I'reas, Raleigh 
(1968); (KM) Rev. Paul K. Ansley (1963); (M) Rev Robert 
8 Woodson (1962); (O) Floyd D. Hendley, Dally Record, 
Greensboro (Itil); (W) John T. Talbert. Box 3333. Wil- 
mington; (1964); (W-8) Rev. R. T. Haynes. Jr.. (1964). 

€!••• Members: 

1963— William F. Mulllss.* Wachovia Bank Bldg., Charlotte: 
P. Hnnter Dalton.' High Point; C. P. Lowrance,' Box 
IS. Mooreavtlle 

1984 — 8. Preston Douglaa.' Box 438. Lumbertun; Rev. Albert 
N. Wells;' Dr. Jamea R. Wright.* Profeaalonal Rldg . 
Raleigh. 

1968 — Rev. Wm. W. Williamson'; Rev William M. Scho- 
Unua*; Rev. K. L— Stoffel"; Synodlcal Treasurer. 

Bx*Offtelo — Rev. Geo. L. Riddle. Moderator of Synod; Rev. 
Harold J. Dudley, Stated Clerk of Synod; Rev. W. D. 
Mclnnls. Chsirman. Executive Committee of Church 
■ztenston; Rer, W Chester Keller, Chairman, Kxecu- 
U»« Committee of Campus Christian Life; Rev Wm. r 
BMiliett. Chairman, Kieculive Committee of Education- 
al Institutions ; Rev. James E. Fogartie, Chairman, Ex- 
ecutive Committee of Cbrlatian Education ; Rev Julian 
Lake, Chairman. Permanent Committee on Nomina- 
tions; Mrs. E. Johnston Irvin, 253 I^oulae Ave., Con- 
cord. President, Women of the Synod; Carlyle B, I.iewis. 
Madlaoa Throwing Company, Madison, President, Men 
of th« Synod. 

OMUrll Hub-Comalttees: 

1. Bxecwtive: Rev. Roscoe Prince. Chairman; Dr. James R 

Wright; William F. Mulltas; 8. Preston Doaglu; Rev. 
Jnaios E. Fngsrtie. 1 

2, Htrwardahip aad Bsidjn; Rev. Wm.lM. Schotanus. Chair- 

man; Nine Preebytery represMtdttves (Hated above); 
William F. MulUas; Rev. W W. WilUsmson; Dr. Jamea 
R. Wright; Synodlcal Treasurer; Ex Officio: Rev. 
O^rge L. Riddle. Rev. Roscoe Prince. Rev. JE. Lao 
ftoffel. 

t. Ihihllclty: 8 Preston Douglaa, Chairman; C. P. Lowrance; 
Rev Leslie C. Tncker; Carlyle B, Lewis; Braxton Flye; 
Rev. W. Chester Keller; Ex Officio: Rev. Roacoe Prince 



i: Wm F. MulllaB. Chairman: Synodlcal 
Traaanrer; C. P. Lowrance; S. Preatoe Douglaa; Rev 
W. D. Mcinnla: Rev James E. Fogartie; Mra K. Johna- 
ton Inrta; Kx Officio: Rev. Roaeoe Prine*. 



It MINUTKS OF THK 

5. KM>orda: Rev. R. T. Haynes. rhatrman; Rev. Paul K. 
Ausley; John Taibert. 

« f*roKrain: Rer. Qeorse L. Riddle. Chairman; Rev. Harold 
J Dudlpy ; Rev. Robert S. Woodaon. 

7. KominMtic>ni»: Rev Albert N. Wells. Chairman: Rev. W. 

Lowry MrBath: Rev. Julian Lake. 

8. lx>D«>raace rianninK: Rev. Janica E. Fogartie, Chairman; 

Vra. Johnston Irvln; Rev. George L. Riddle; Rev. Wm. 
C. Bennett; P. Hunter Dalton; D. L. Stalllngs. 

IV. KXKtTTIVK rOMMITTEE8 

A. CAMPl'H tTfKISTIAN IJFB 

Rev. W Chester Keller. (1»(3). Chairman 
R«T. Harold J Dudley. 8«cr«tary 

<1iiM Members: 

1963 — Dr Carey Boetlan.' N. C. State College, Raleigh; Rev. 

T. Hartley Hall IV;' Mrs. P. P. McCain." Tremont Rd.. 

Wilson; Rev. Vance Barron'; Judge Heman Clark/ 

First Cltlsens Bk. Bldg., FayetlevlUe; Dr. W. T. Mac- 

Lauchlin*. 305 E 8t.. Conover. 

19«4 - lir Charles Vail.' EnKlneerlng Bldg , Duke Cniverslty, 
Durham; W. B. Beery. 111.' Belk-Beery, Wilmington; 
Dr. Philip A. Padgett.' COS N. Piedmont Ave.. Kings 
Mountain: Rev. John 8. Brown;' Howard Holdern«sa.' 
Jefferson Standard Bldg., Greensboro; Jones Y. Pbarr, 
Jr.. 2101 Rucknell Ave.. Charlotte 7. 

1»«S— RbsmII Ranson', 11«H E. 4th. Charlotte; Mra. L. Rich- 
ardaoa Preyer*. CO 5 Sunset Dr.. Greensboro; Dr. John 
Reynolds'. East Carolina College, Greenville; Rev W. 
R. Smith. Jr.'; Reid Roas'. 1407 Pine Valley Loop. Fay- 
ettevllle; ReT. Harry M. Moffett'. 

K\-4mirk>— Mr*. E. Johnston Irvln. Concord. (Synodlcal); 
R«'v. Robert Turnar; Miss Joyce Cummings. President. 
Westminster Fellowship, Meredith College; Advisara: 
Kev. Tom Frank. Chapal Hill; Patricia Hall, Or«M»- 
boro. 

Prrfibytef7 Caai|NUi C^risOMi Ufe rhalrmen ; 

(A) Rev I.e«ll« C. Robinson: (C) iiev T Hartley Hall. IV 
(F» Rev Ansley C. Moore; (O) Prof. E K KrayblU. Durham; 
(K.M) Rev James S. Mann; (M) Rev. John R McAlpine. Ill: 
(O) Rev William Brown: (W) Rev Wm H Terry; (W-S) 
W. Btuart Hortnn. Tbomasville. 

ft. CHRIHTIAN KDl'CATION: 

Rev. James K. Fogartte*. Chairman (IfCS) 

Rev. Robert Turner. Regional Director 

Henry D. Nlvens. Bank of Commerce. Charlotte. Treaavrar 

Pi estj t«fy Chaimiea of fhHsilaa KducattMi: 

(A) Rev Ktrhard R Gammon (1»CS): (C) Rev. J. 
Clyde Plexico (1»CI); (F) Rev H. Hoover Bear(lfC4): 
(O) Rft. Alfred E Thnmaa. n*CS): (K-MV Rev. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



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George M. Webb (19C3); 
(1»C2); (0> Rev Sam M 
David B. Jenkins (19C3); 
(1»C2). 



(M) Rev. A. Clarke Dean 
Thomas (18«4); (W) Rev. 
(W-S) Rev E. C. Brammer. 



Claaa Memb«-r8: 

19C3 Rev. Tom B. Anderson': llev. John Mack Walker': 

Fred H. Wagoner'. 1318 Luts Ave.. Raleigh 

19(4_Rev. F. Wellford Hobble ; Dr. W. G. McOavock'. Da- 
vidson: ReT Nelll R. McGeachy'. 

19«S Henry D. Nivens Bank of Commerce. Charlotte; Rev. 

E D Witherspoon. Sr.'; Rev. J C. V Summerell' 

Bx-Offlck»: James A. Barrus, Charlotte. President Synod^s 
Men's Council: Mrs. Frank S. Jones. R 7. Concord Kd 
Monroe. Synodical Chairman Christian Education; 
Youth Representative; David Pruden. Shelby; Rev. B. 
Frank Hall. Chairman of Christian Relations 



(19CS): R. D McMillan. Red 
Harold J. Dudley. Secretary. 



C. CHIIM-H KXTKXSION: 

Rev. W. D. Mclnnis. Chairman 
Springs. Vice-chairman; Rev. 

rrMbjtrry Ctialrwieii of Ctiorch BitensloB: 

(A) Rev. M. S. Bell (1»C6); (C> J D. Guigou. Valdi 
(1»CB) (F) Rev. Howard W. Gllkewm (1»C3): (G> 
George Elliott (1»C3); 10 E. Jones. Raleigh: (K;M> 
Rev J Richard Hobson (1»C4): (Ml Rev Rusw-ll M 
Kerr (1»C2): (O) Rev. Ben F. Brown (1»C4): (W) 
Rev. Richard K. Johnson (l»C3r. (W-S» Rev E E 
KIrkmaa (ltC2) 

Claas McvAera: 

IMS— J R Ingraa'. 20€ Hawkins Ave., Sanford: Rev. R. H. 

Stone*; H. Dermont Hedrlck'. Oiford; Maaon Wallace. 

Jr.,' B17 Livingston Dr., Charlotte. 
19C4— William Owen Cooke*. Jefferson Bldg. Greensboro: 

R D. McMilllan': W. B. Beery. IIP. Belk-Beery. Wil- 
mington: Rev. James M. McChwiney'. 
llCS--Gen. James C. Cooper.' U05 S Garnett. Henderson: 

Charles M. HaaeelP, 413 Johnston BMg . Charlotte; 

Wmley I^nlels', 201 W Bth Ave.. Gastonia; Mrs Hugh 
\ Qnery*. 810 W. Walnut St.loastonla 

mM-OniAo Mrs. Henry V. KoonU.|317 Ardmore Circle. High 

Potet.; \ 

8ab-< wmmiftr*'* of Church K»te«itlon . 

1 (Hnaare: Rev W D Mclnnis. Chairman. R D. McMillan; 

Rev E E. KIrkman; Rev Ben F. Brown; Rev Richard 
K Johnson; J R Ingram 

2 Home Mlmion*: Rev Richard K Johnson. Chairman: 

(The Committer, of the whole.) 



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MINUTES OF THE 



3 ICvMaKeUam: Rev. Eugen* B. Kirkman, ChairmaQ; Rev. 
R. H. Stone; Qen. James C. Cooper: Mrs. Hugh Querj; 
Msson Wallace: George Elliott. 

4. Kadto-TV: Rev. Ben F. Brown. Chairman; Wllltam Owen 
Cooke; Rev. Russell M. Kerr; Charles M. Hassell; 
Wesley Daniels. 

i. ttegro Work: Rev. Jas. M. McChesasy, Chairman: Wil- 
liam B. Bsrry, HI; Mrs. Henry V. Koonts; Rev. Howard 
W. Gilkeson. 

«. NomlnatJoBJi: R. D. McMillan. Chairman; Darmont Hed- 
rtck. 

I>. KDl'CATIONAL INHTITl'TIONH: 

H«v. Wm. C. B«ui«tt. (lt<3). Chairman. 
Rev. Harold J. Dudley, SecreUry. 

tlaas Menkees: 

1»«3— Henderson Belk' (M). Charlotte; Rev. R. F. Sloop' 
(F): Rev David B. Jenkins' (W); W. A. Mason*. Bel- 
mont (K-M>: Charlas F. Meyers' (O). 301 N. Eugene 
St., Greensboro; Marshall Crews' (W). Wilmington Col- 
lege. Wilmington. 

19«4_Rev. Tom M. Davis' (A); Dr. J. B. Kirkland '(G). N, 
C. State College. Raleigh: J R Dalrymple' (F). Laurin- 
burg; Dr. 8. Clay Williams. Jr.' (W-S). 201 Weatvlew 
Drive. Winston -Salem; Dr. William C. Archie* (G). 
Raleigh: Rev. Allen C. McSween* (O). 

19«S — Rav. Watt M. Ckt op rn t *, (W-8) ; Dr. Clifford Niion; E. 
C. C Greenville (A>: O Donnell Davidson. Jr.' (M). 
Box 400€. Charlotte; Rev. J. M. Garrison' (O); Dr. 
Frank T. deVyver', 8 Sylvan Rd.. Durham, (O); Rf. 
A. Clarke Dean' (M). 

' Women of the Hyaod: Mrs. Frank S. Jones, R-7, Concord Rd. 
Monroe. 

Kx-4>fneio— Rev. Robert Turner. « 



V. 



COMLMJTT 



A. 



ABnolUm 

(19S4) 



and Rdlcf: Rev. 0«orge L. Riddle, Chairman 



Clialmie'n on Anniiittes aad ReNef in the l>r>Mhytcrte«: 

(A) Rev. J. N. Wilson (l»i2); (C) Rev. J. M Mur- 
chison (1914) : (F) F. M. Culbreth. 2*10 Harris. Rae- 
ford (1»«4): <0> Rev. J. H. Lansinger (l»e3»; (KM) 
Rev. Archie McNair (IftS); (M) Rev. N. C. Kirkland, 
(IMI); (O) Harry M. Clark. 301 Lakeside Ave. Bur- 
lington (1963) ; (W) H. McNair Johnson. Willard 
(1912): (W8) Rev. Watt M. Cooper (19<S) 



WoflMB of the Synod 
Green vtlle. 



Mrs. Tb<HBa« M. Davis. CIO Oak St. 



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B. Assembly's Ueveral Fund Agenclen: Rev. Charles W. Worth. 
Chairman (19fi). 

Clialnnen on Aswmbljr's Ueaeral Fund A«««cles !■ the Prea- 

bjterles. 

(A) Rev. D. Burke Kerr (19«4); (C) Rev. J. W. Foater 
(19t4): (F) Rev. Paul L. Hanks (19<S): (G) Rev. 
Wm. Jarrett. (19«2); (KM) Rev. W. G. SomarvUla (!•- 
•8): (M) Rev. A. B. Montgomery (1963); (O) Rev. 
W. M. Currle (19«2): (W) Rev. Randolph Graham 
(1»*S); (WS) Rev. J. Harry Whltmore (19«3). 

WoMMi of the Synod: Mrs. W. L. Peele. Box 197, Nash- 
ville Highway. Rocky Mount. 

O. Bequests and Deferred Gifts: E. B. Crow, Jr., Branch Bank 
and Trust Co., Wilson, Chairman (1964). 

19iS— Archie W. McLean, Planters National Bank, Rocky 
Mount; Thornton H. Brooks. 4 40 W. Market St.. Greens- 
boro; A. E. Flnley. Cameron Villagre, Raleigh: Lewis M. 
Natson, N. Wllkesboro 

l$e4_jan,es K. Dorsett. Security Bsnk Bldg . Raleixh; TuUy 
D. Blair. Security Life A Trust Co.. WInston-Sslem; 
Johtt Wattington. Winston-Ralem; Robert Holding. 
Jr.. Smithfield 

lies — Howard Holderness. Jefferson PtandanI Bldg . Graeoa- 
boro; Jack P. Hobaon. American Commercial Bank. Char- 
lotte; A G Wllllnmiion. Laurinburit: A Walton LIti. 
Wachovia Bank Bids . Charlotte. 

Women of the Synod Mrs W F Brown. 17 William* 
Circle. I.«xington; Mr* Curtis B. Johnson. 2226 PaatM-oks 
Ave . Chsriotte 

D. Chrlatlaa Krlati<»nii: Rev. B. Frank Hall. Chairman (19C4). 
Chairmen on Ckrittiam HeJation$ in the Prttbyteries : 

(A) Rev. J. Murphy Smith (19«); (C) Rev. John D. 
Smith (1983); (F) Rev. W. C. Nelll (1916); (O) Rav 
Clyde O. Robinson. Jr., (19i4): (KM) Rev. W. Hoy! 
Pmltt. (19«2); (M) Rav. Paul H Felker (19«2): (O) 
Rev, Joaaph M Garrison (19«2): (W> Rev. B. Fraak 
Hall (1912); (W-S) K. 3. Haefner. 450 Wsatover Ava.. 
Wlnston-Salem, (19«2). 

Woaoen of tka Synod— Mrs. W. D. Melnnls. HeBdaraoa. 

B. HiKtier BrtTBlinn AdvlMiry ('ow wit lee: Rev. B. It— StoCfei. 
Chairman (liC6) 

ll«— Dr. Wallace AJston, Agnea Scott (College. Decatur. Ga. 
Dr. Richard L. TulhlU. Duke University. Durhsm; Dr 
Donald C. Agnew. Oglethorp<> University. Oglethnrp. 
Ga 

19«4— Dr. Francis C Rtwwrance. Wayne University. Detroit 
Mteklgan; Dr. John R. Cvnningham. Wachovia Bank 
Bldg.. Charlotte; Dr. Caray Bostian. N C Stats College. 
Raleigh. 

IHI— 'Mr*- Haten Smith. 1026 Claremoat Ave . Decatar. Ga.; 
Rev R l^ee Stoffel: Dr. C Hagh Holman. rha|>al Hill. 



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MINUTES OF THE 



John Henry McPhaul. Jr.. FayetteTtUe. „ .„„. 

Mr Harold Thrower, Red SprlDgs. 

Dr Frontl. Johnston. Davidaon; J. W Wall. J r . Mocka- 
i^^^ie: Mr. Charle. Brockmann. Charlotte Mk|aBdUli 

Clark. Sailabory: Mra Virginia R Oray. Durham 



O. Home*: Rer J 



Malcolm Murchlaon. Chairman (1»«5). 



, h«lrn..« on H«n.«. I- the Vr^bfUfi^: (A>R« Harold L. 
White (1»«4); (C> Rev. J. T. Barham (1962). (r» 
5ev W A Broln (1M4): (G» Rev Rol^;; »«- 

i.r...n M«lt8>- (KM) R«». J C. Kovaoh (1964 >. (M) 
tTVHoVt^Ev.nr(m4); (0> Rev J W W.,^P 

(lie 2) (W) W. H. Henderaon. 1814 Grace St . WU- 

inlngfn,;. (msi: (W-S) Rev J Harry Whltmore (1»- 

<3>. 



Women of the Synod— Mr* 
more Circle. High Point 



Henry V Koonta. 317 Ard- 



H. Intor-CTurcl, U.UlUm.: Rev C. Lynn Browii. Chairman 
(19611 
l»«.1-Rev. Albert Well.; Rev. Morton «■ »i"^»'^^J^'"i!j;! 

East. ir28 Irving. W">«to°-S*'t'"u a.^m r eJ 
kandt. Rt 1. Box 292. Charlotte 5; Rev Albert G. Ed- 
wards. 
IM4— Rev B Frank Hall; Rev Ansley C Moore; P. Honter 
Kuon. lo'sRockford Rd . High Point; Rev R A. 
Xta»sey; Rev Irving E Blrdaeye. 

1966-R.v George M Webb; Rev. W. C Nelll; R«» 9V' 
M«v Mr. H O Bollck. 5007 Western Blvd. Raleigh. 
Dr'b^n M McFarUnd: llOt Tremont Roi.1. Wllaon. 

K4.pr^.l«tlvr. to tlM- Aw- mbl, of the N. < . <^»«"HI of t^nrrlie.: 
According to the Con.tltutlon of the NCCC. the Pre.bjrt«-lan 
rhnrrh in the r S In N. C. 1. entitled to 12 reprea^Btatlve. to 
fho A«'miK of the NCCC for It. flr.t 20 000 Co»m«n cant, 
and ihUe «3) additional representative, for each ■<!<»»«»«>"» 
tS.JoO C^munlcanu up to 56.660: and 1 -dd^'onal rePreje°t.tU. 
for each lo OOO or major fraction th.reof above 50,000 Lom 
'mintc'anu The Synod membership I. \i^ii«, *';"",f, Z^'tniTr'. 
title Synod to 30 membera. There •" >* f '"^ "A ',^,;.?°Si 
church Relarlon. Committee vrho qualify a. '^*»'^'»VJ"'**' *^ 
!■ addition, the following who were elected by Syaofl 

1M3 Mr. R W Barnwell'. 1204 W. Davl. St. Bnrllniton; 
Mr. K^^*^ ^iSrown. 17 William. I>rlve. LejlnKt?". 
r". I Howard Chadwlck'; Mr. E W R;'"-'',^ • ^"V 
tonade Farm. Fayettevllle; Mm Harold J Dudley. 
2726 Anderaon Drive. Raleigh 

1M4— Rat George L. Riddle . Ralph Scott'. Box 909. Bur- 
^^^InJTon^ev W D Mdnnl.'; R*v. Harold J. Dudley*; 
Rev Warner L Hall' 

1165— Rev E. bee StoffeP. Rev David Wllklti»on Rev R 
R Gammon': Rev. B T Tbomp«>n. Jr 



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Offk-iMi Hi'pr«i»e«tatlv«tt lu tlie hdrunI .%>.iteBibl>' of the NCXX' 
January 20-S0. tM^: 
PriaclpalM: Rev. E. T. Thompaon. Jr.; Mr*. Karl Burkandt: 
Rev. A. N. Well.; Rev. Charles L Brown: Dr. Dan 
M. McFarlaad; P. Hunter Dalton. 
Alteraauw: Rev Irving E. Blrdaeye; Rev. Dtivid Wllkln.on; 
Rev. W. C. Nelll; Mr.. H. O. Bollck. 

I, MinlMer »nd Hl« Work: Rev. Robert G. Hall. Chairman 
(1965) 

(hairwen of the C««nil»»lon» um tlie MlnUter aad HU W«»rk la 
the Fre».b>teHe.: (A) Rev. F Wellford Hobble (1964>; (C» 
Rsv. Carl May (19621; (F) Rev. B E Dot.on (1964); 
(O) Rev. T. T. Traynham. (1963); (KM) Rev E D >M- 
ttaerapoon (1962); (M) Rev Jame. E. Fogartle; (O) 
Rev W W. Peter. (1962); (W) Rev. Ira H Rawle. 
(1964); (W-S) Rev. Watt M. Cooper (1968). 
At L*rge: George Elliott (1964). 10 E. Jone. St.. Raleigh; 
Ennla Jackwin 258 E Main St . Oaatonla; D. J Walker Jr 
(1963). 846 S' Main St . Burlington 

J. Xomlnations: Rev Julian I-ake. Chairman (1965). 

1063- Rev J M Garrl.on (O); Charle. Brindell (W), 9 
Borden Ave. Wilmington; Rev W R Smith (W-8) 

19€4— Rev Mortimer J McChe.ney (A); Rev Wllke. D. 

Macaulay (C): Rev Lealle C. Tucker, Jr.. (F) 
1966— Rev. James B Reave. (G); Rev. Sidney Maxwell 

(KM): Rev. John R McAlplne, III. (U) ' 

WCBMB of the Synod— Mrs. E. Johnston Irvln. 263 

Lo«to0 Ave., Concord 

K. I*re«byteriaii Hnrvey: Rev. Charle. Williams. (1966) Chair- 
man 

Chairmen of %*vrmhytfrimm Harvey In the Preabyterle. ; (A) 
Rev J Murphy Smith (1962): (C) Rev J T Barham; (F) 
Rev Frank C Wllklnaon (1961); (0» R«v. J. W. iicOlnnl. 
(1963); (KM) Rev J. N Brown (1962): (M) Rev J^ E 
Ratchford (1964); (O) Rev George H V Hunter (l»«3>; 
(W) Rev Wade H Alllaon: (W-8) Rev Malcolm A Ander- 
ton. Jr.. (1964) 

Women of the Synod— Mr. Frank 8 Jonea. Rl. 7. Concord 
Rd.. Monroe. 

L. )4(aiHUn« RMleti: Rev Harold J Dudley. Chairman 

Moderator Rev George L Riddle 

Clmn. Committee o« Nomination. Rev Julian l*k« 

L. Womtw*. Work: Rev A K Dudley (1964). Chairman. 
196S— Rev John R MacKinnon 
1964— Rev. A K Dudley 
t9ti — Rev. E l.amar Beck 
Ex Officio: Mr. E Johnston Irvln. Synodical PresWeot. 



Iff 



MINUTES OF THE 



W. World MlMkwa: Rev. Lm W. Adkins. Chalrmso, (1»«6). 

CliallHUI •! World MImIobm In the Pr«Nib)teri«*s : (A) Rev 
RtekArdt. Andrews (19«4»; (C) Rev. F. M. OriMett (1963); 
(F) S«T. Hubert L. Black (1966); (O) Bmr. Frank T. Lem- 
mon. Jr.. (l»ffl>; (KM) R«t. Ttnal«y P. Bradley (1983): 
(M) Rer. Harry H. Bryan (1»«4); (O) Rev. Harry F. Bamett 
(1»«2); (W) Rer. H. I* Rmtm (19«I): (W8) ReT. T. C. 
Bryan (19«7). 

V 

Women of the Synod — Mra. 

VI. 8PBC1AI. CX)MMITTKK8 AND RSPRK8B!fTATIinM 

A. Oeaerai Aaambljr'a AdriMry C'onacil Ob H%ber Bdaeatloa: 

R«T. Wm. C. Bennett (19«6> (Elected by Synod of North 
Carolina). 

B. UeMrml .AMWfnibly'a Committe*- on IntriM^iirrh RelatlonN: 
R«T. C. Lynn Brown (19<4). 

V, (j<>nemJ AiuM-mbl)'-. ( ommftte<> on Ihr MiniMter iiad Hln Work: 
Rer. Robert Q. Hall (19«6). 

D. Hcaqai-Ceatennlal Cbmmlttec: 

Rev. J H. Carter (C). Chairman 

Rev. Nelll R. McOeachy (C), Vice-chairman 

Rev. Harold J. Oadley. SecreUry-TrMaarer 

Iv^'fette Blythe (M). HuntorsviUe; W. S. Brown (F), Laurln- 
burs; Charles Crutchfield (M), Jefferson Standard Broadcast- 
(nc Company, Charlotte S; Chalmers Oavidaoa (C). Davidaon; 
Rev. Richard R Gammon (A); Volt Gllmore (F), Soathera 
Pintm. Mrs H. Lacy Godwin (F). 30< Sylvan Rd., Fayette- 
vllle; Rufus A. Orler (M). Rt. I. Box IffO. Charlotte: Rev. 
B, Frank Hall (W); Floyd Hendley (O), GfMnsboro Record. 
QrMMboro; Froaila JokMtM (C). OnvldMn; John A. K*i- 
Imhwsw (O). 41S SostbMMMB BI4«.. OTMUboro; Mn. J«Iib 
W. M<Mr« (C), Moorp«viu«: A M P»tt#r80ii (O), S49C Ox- 
ford B4.. SnMch: Mrs Henry R. Poole (W8). 119 Ra^ord 
Aw., LexlBKtMi: John Watllnrton (W8). 1021 Bnstta VIsU 
Rd.. WlBston-Salem : Mrs E. Johostoa Inrta. 3S3 Loaiaa 
Ave.. Concord: Rev. Ben F Brown (O); Carlyle B. Lawls 
.Madison Throwing Company. Madison; Mrs. Chaa. O Gam' 
brell. 680 I'ark Ave.. New York 11, N Y 

*• J^ I75th Aaal verun ^'ommlMer: Dr. Frontia Johnston 
ClkUnuui. Davidson; Rev B Hoyt Evans. Rev. Harold J. 
pildlajr. R D Drier, iitatesville: Rav. R. Jack Sadlar, C P. 
l..owrMie«. Moorearille: Rav. T. B. Soathall 



VII. AD INTiSRIN (X>MMnTnM 

A. <-owaitto« to (Hady Mlnlirt«-r«' H«aari«»: J. B. Brawar. Roeky 
Meant. Chairman. 

(A) Dae Mtsella. Thrboro; (Ci DavM Andrews. Box 1004. 
■taleavllie: (W) R. D. McMtllaa. Red SpHnns: CO) A. P. 



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Haaaell. Jr.. 1327 Rand Drive. Raleigh; (KM) Wm. A. Maaoa. 
Bank BIdg.. Balmoat; (M) Tom Raff. Law Bldg.. CharlotU S: 
(O) Sidney P. Marsh. 2«31 Walker Ave.. Gre««ni!boro; (W) 
(Jeorga L. MUchell. 23 Colonial Drive. Wilmington; (W-8) 
Paul Blackwelder. Mocksville. 

n. Committ^ie To Htudy the RenHgnmrnt of l*r«*«<byi<>He«: Rev. 
R H Stone. Chairman. Rev. J. B. Bradley, R»v Thomas M. 
Davis, Rev. J. Cecil Lawrence, Rev. Thompson B. Soathall. 
Rev. Jamea B. Tabbs. Rev Cheve« K. Ltgon. Rev John R 
Smith. Rer E. L. Barber. 



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r. 



VIU. MISi'KULANEOUS GROUP 

Stated Clerks of Pr«wbjrteri«« : 

(A) Rev. Thomas M. Davis. 410 Pitt 8t, Oreanville: (C) Rav. 
.Milton S. Caruihtrs. 209 Overman Ave . Salisbury. N. C; (F) 
Rev R. 8. Arrowood. Linden; (G> Rev. Ernest L Barber Box 
10504, Raleigh; (KM> Rev. Frank A. Elliott. Lincolnton; 
(M) Rav. Malcolm R. Williamson. 4019 Central Ave. Char- 
lotte; (O) Rev. C. Ltnwood Cheahlre. Box 9U05. Greensboro; 
(W) Rev. Jamea B. Tubbs. 14 Iff Msrket St.. WIlmlnKton: 
(W-8) Rev. John R. Smith. Highland Presbyterian Chunh 
Winston -Salem. 

Knecutivr ScH-retarlcfi of l*r«Hib>l«Tlc»i: 

(A) Rev. Thomas M. Davis. 410 Pitt St.. Greenville; (C> Rev 
Thos. B. Southall, Box <S. Statesvllh'; (F) Rev Chevos K 
Llgon. Box 3352, Fayetteville; (G) Rev. Ernest L. Barber 
Box 10504. Raleigh: (KM) No Exe«utlve Secretary; (Mi 
Rev. J. Cecil Lawrence. Box 2537, Charlotte; <0) Rev. C. Lin 
wood Cheahira, Box 9005. Greensboro; (W) Rev Jamei* li 
Tubbs, 141ff Market St, Wilmington; (W-S» Rev John R 
Smith. HighlMid Presbyterian Church. Wlnmon-Salem 



C«>ntral Treanureni of l*n>Mbytes4«a: 

(A) Rev. Thomas ,M. Davia. 4 10 Pitt St 
F. L. Jackson. Davidson; (F) 



Greenville; (C) Dr 
Rev. Cheves K. Ligon. Bo» 
3111. Fayetteville; (G) Rev. Ernest L Barber, Box 10504 
Raleigh; (KM) Roy W Robinson. Box 58. Gastonia; (M> Rev 
J. Cecil Lawrence. Box 2537. Charlotte; (0> Rev C. Lin wood 
Cheahira. Box 9005, Greenaboro: (W) Rev Jamea B. Tubbs. 
141ff Market St.. WilniinKt»n; (W-S) Rev John R Smith 
Highland PrMbyterian Church. Winston-Rslem. 



It. (Hfleem of Wotnen-of-Hynod: 

Pre«ld«'Bl: Mrs. E Johnston 
(19C4); Fimt Vlr«--l>r«'fiidrBt 
Heroad Vtct-prrnldent : M rs 
Rd . Fayetteville; K«"««or»llng 



Irvln. 25.1 Ixiuise Ave . Cnnrord 
: Mm Arrhle Howard. Shannon; 
H Larv Godwin. 3o< Sylvan 
H«vr<*|jirj S^nt J C Johnnon 



Rt. 3. Box ff08 Raleigh; Conhi>itpondlnB Nt-rrtHary : 
B Thomson. Concord; Tre^MiMrer: 

; Historian; Miss .Mary Black. Davidson. 



.Mrs W 



Prewbi terlal IVeMdentu: 

(A) Mrs Colon W McLean, Box 454. WashingloB (19«2): (C) 
Mrs. CIsy R. Miller. «»0 Mock-rllle Ave SalUbury (1963(; <F) 



II MINUTES OF THE 

Mrs. R. P. Brown, Soutb«rn PIom: (O) Mr*. S. V. E^lbIcI, 312 
Spring St.. Oxford (1»«1): (KM) Mni Hugh Query. glO W 
WAlnut St.. Gutonia: (M) Mrs. Thad A. Blggem, Indian Trail 
(19«3>; (O) Mrs. Z T. Plephoff. 1200 South Main St.. Qraham 
(1963); (W) Mrs. J. NetU Clark. ClarlttoB (IMJI); (W-8) Mra. 
Ned Tyrrell. 805 Wewt End Blvd. Wlniton-Salem rif«). 

B. Orrirrra of Mea-of .NyiitHl : 

1962— I'resldmt: Janit's A. Uarrua. 201» Birehcrest Dr.. Char- 
lotte; Vl««- l*rrHld«-Rt»: David Smith. Mt Hollv; Carlyle 
LowU. Box 108 HiKh F»olnt; L J Wall. Jr.. Box ?S4. 
Clinton; Hr^rt'tary-Tr^'aiMirrr: Irwin Belk. 308 E. 5th 
St.. Charlotte; i'nnterencf IMw^tor: Professor W G 
McOavock. Davidson; >linint«T .%d«i»or: Rev. W. B. 
Heyward. Raeford. 

Ittt— Praatdent: Carlyle B Lewis. Box 108. Madison; Vice- 
PrealdcBta: Sidney Marsh. 2631 Walker ATeno*. Oreans- 
horo; Stover Dunagan. Jr., The Courier. TarmH City; 
Ben T. Vernon. Jr.. 612 Piedmont Avenue. Rocky Mount: 
Secretary-Treasurer: Irwin Belk, 308 E. 5th Street. Char- 
lotte. 

Kr-OfficUi: RcT. Robert Turner. Regional Director of Chriatlan 
Education; Rev. Harold J. Dudley. General Secretary, 
Synod of N. C: Rev. James B. Pogartie^-rhalrmaB 
Christian Education. 

FrrMbyifry l*reiildeats; (A) Lindsay C. Wren. Jr., Goldsburo; 
(C) Manrin Raymer. 135 Front St.. Statesville; (F) Harold 
Glllis. Raeford; (G) Dr. W. D. Hall. Box 191. Roanoke Rap- 
Ms; (KM) Stover P. I>una«nn. Jr.. Forest Dale Park. Forest 
City; (M) Robert F Stokes. Box ZIC7. Charlotte; (O) Sidney 
F. Marsh. SfSl Walker Ave.. Greensboro; (W) RobeH W. 
Clark. CUrktoa; (WS) James K Stsemore. Box 7SO-4 Wake 
Forest Oollege. Wlnst(m-8i^«B. 



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Lenolr-Rhyne College. Hickory. North Carolina — Rev W W 
Williamson. 

Mitchell College. Statesville. North Carolina — Rev. N R Me- 
Geachy. 

Preabyterlan Hospital. Charlotte: CCL Worker: Miss Ann 
McGirt. 

Q«eeBs Collage. Charlotte. North Carolina— Myers Park 
Church, Rev. James E. Fogartic 

Salem College, Winston-Salem. North Carolina — Rev R A 
White. 

State Collenf. .Mt-redith ColleK*-. Peace College. Raleigh — 
W^t Raleigh Church. Campus Christian Life Worker — 
Rev. Donald W. Shriver, Jr ; Mln Glenda Briscoe. 

Sute Teaehers CoU4«e, PayettevlUa. North Carolina— Rev. R. 
A. Maasay. CoUeca HelghU Presbyterian Church. 

UnlvMVlty of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, North Carolina- 
Rev. Vance Barron, and The Rev Harry E. Smith 

Wake Forest. Winston-Salem. North Carolina — Mrs. Earl 
F. Thompson. Campus Christian Life Worker. 

Woman s College, U.N.C.. Ora«Mboro. North Carolina — 
Campus Christian Life Worker: Miss Patricia R. Hall. 
Greensboro. 

IMrttturs of Chrintlaa Kduiatlon Aa«oclallua: l>r«N«ldrat: Rev. 
Lae A dklna. PIrat Preabyterlan Church. Greensboro; Vice- 
PiraldiJalMd Pg ^ffw OuOrmM: Miss Ann Hopkins. Went 
Satolgh Preabyterian Church. Raleigh; BacvetMr: Miss MU- 
«yq M^H^rd, Starmount Presbyterian Chareb, Greensboro; 
Trmmmrrr: Mrs. R. H Marler. First Preabyterlan Chareh. 
Winston - Salem; Arra DIrertor: Miss Helen Cole SiOi 
Friendly Rd Greenaboro. 



F. Reprrwntatlvf* oa Aaarmbly'o VtMith rc»«»cll aad «mi tlyaod's 
i:ki<«-utlTe rnmmlttre on (tiriMiaB iCtluratlmi: David Pmden. 
Shelby. 



G. Wiislilaiit«n- 



M«>de'ra(4»r: Miss Joyce Cummings. Duke Unlvar^ty. Durham; 
Vlce-Modarator. Miss Sandra Trtckett. Queena College. Char- 
lotte; SUted Clerk. .Miu Jane Dale White; Editor, Miss 
Suxanne MacRae. 

■AKatkMial Ce«tc«v In ihe Hynod: 

DavldaoB College. Davideoa. North Carolina— Rev Curtis 
Harp«r. 

Oake University. Durham Campns ChrUtlan Life Worker: 
Rev. Charles E Johnson, Jr 

Bast Carolina Coll*.**, Greenville Campus Christian Life 
Worker: Miss Brandon Mcl>aniel 



J. ChriMlan Bdacatloa Area Workers: 

(A) Miss Patricia Stapleton. First Presbyterian Church. 
Oraanvllle. 

(C) and (W-«): MlM Eloise Wells First PrMbyterian Chareh 
Statesville 

(P) Miss .Mary Catherine McCormick. St. Paul's Presbyteriaa 
Church. St Pauls. 

tG) Miss Helen Jackaon. Trinity Avenue Prmbyterian Church. 
Durham 

(KM) Mlaa Dorothy Juett Ray. First Presbyterian Chareh. 
Oastonla. 

(M) MlM Sue A Ruddock, First Presbyterian Church. Char- 
lotte 

(O) Mlas Helen Cole. Guilford Park ProakytaHaa Church. 
Greensboro 

(W) MiM Annie Sarah Hlggins. First Preabyterlan Church. 
Wilmington. 



20 MINUTES OF THE 

CAIJBNDAR OF SPBlTIAL SEASONS AND DAYS 
(8«e MiButM of the 102Dd General Aa»«mbly.) 

SUPPLEMENTAL OFFERINGS ORDERED BY SYNOD 

[Send all SupplemenUl Offerings for the Causes below to the 
Central Treasurer of your Presbytery (see pace 17). clearly Indi- 
cating the Cause In each instance]. 

1. For the Children's Home at Barium Springs, an over-and- 
abOT* ofTerlng taken annually at the ThankaclTlog 8«mob. Goal 
of 9100.000 

S. For the Preabyterian Home, to be taken Mother's Day, May 
12. 1»«S. Total of 110.000. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA tl 

MINITTES OF ANNUAL MEETING 
SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 

LAURINBURG. NORTH CAROLINA 
June 5. 1962 

FIRST DAY—AI-TERNOON SESSION 

The Synod of North Caroliaa of the Presbyterian Church in the 
United States, met In lU One Hundred Forty-Ninth Stated B«s- 
slon. in the Student Center of St. Andrews Presbyterian College. 
Laurinburg, N. C. at 2 P.M.. Tuesday. June 5. 19(2, and was 
called to order with prayer by the Moderator, Rev. Warner L 
Hall. Pastor of the Corenaat Preebyterian Church, Charlotte 

ROLL: Tlie following were present or were enrolled during 
the sMwion of Synod, except as Indicated otherwtee: 

The fuUowtof cbbrrrUlloai arc u*r<i for Um orrupattoaa of alaMwri : 



AP 

Chap 
TMHia 

r- 
Rifr Hm- 
fM 

lirtt H»r 
HI 

lor 

la Ir 
MK 
Mifi mu 



jUwUtaBt Paatnr 

ChkpUla 

Covamelot 



Bvaasattat 

Ei«eutl** fccrusiT 
Pmt^tn MiMtoaary 
0««*r*l HifMUry 



svrc 

p nif tt0t 

Pf 

Pr*» 

Urn Dca. 



North raroIlM CemmeU •! 

rburckM 

fTmbyttry'* Director 

of E«rr«aUa« 






MtaMw •( 
MteiilOT *» 




I7alea 



Pr««MMil 

Dlr««^r of Obrta- 
tUa BAicatlMi 
■ut«4 n«rk 

IhipartatMMlMil 

-.^....^ 8Ut«d MiMir 

Mtu^t 

TwBporsry Mupplf 



i. ALBCHARLC rilESIYTtllY 

'far— td Afaaear* of Mlalster or KM«r **l'B»« rw i l A km t me * af 

tla traaalt or to b* 



MIelf 

J iw p ll W. Aaovjr 
•BIrkarri ■. A»4lr«w( 
M. a Bdtt 

J««at M itositiaa. Jr 

"Hforf fh I— ft. Om*.. 
M«la B. raaua. ir 



Ckarak aa4 Tawa 
Kortb Wltooa. WUaoa 
Hobb McM.. Tarbora 



IMsr Allaeetot ^F«a4 



I 



••rararlUa 

••BaUartia. Bt 1. O i a l t tU a 
••tarraway. BJTO. ranatlU* 
BwAy Mi, 



I. ». Yaaa 

■ai^ital. Maaipil*. Teaa. 



Jaaw* MMitf Caok, 
•W B. ■. CmlMf. rhartotte 
Ttoma M. Oavla. Bs. Bac. * B. C. 

•Clawi W. IMffcaaa 

••a«t£uMr, BL 1 
I, Da^y. Ota. Ba- * • C . BrwMl af M. C, B*la«^ 
K, If V fi a Wwiai feraal, Bt. t, N«« Bara Mm 

B. I^Ms •nMnrtoa 

••r-hariM If reahM. Tt Radford Catl^a. BalferA, Va. 

Rkhard R GaaaMMi Pint, GraaHrtUa „... .{> A. Blua 

THnaMi ■ BaMlHoB rinrt. Kiaatoa , , .. ..far l Na a O. 



^W. WbWWI 



tx 



MINUTES OF THB 



*(i«org* U. IwUk 
••F. Wetfortf 
•NonMB MwM*. a. B.. 

D. Burk* Kmt 

C. W KtebrcNigti 

8ImIUmi r Kowy. Stu 
Hntrj r. LofquUt 

••M. i. McCBmmjt. 
J U. MeCkMMy. Jr. 
Joiia N. 
WUlUa 



■. B. 



W. A. NIebolaM, 
A4air OUfMS. Jr 

Jr«M M. Parka 



« York* Pharr. Jr_ 
ac«(t Xr.N'aIr Pool*. 
LmIIc (' Rublnsoa 
J Miuvkr ^Ith 
Daalel K Bar^ar 

JMm a. BayBir „. 

•Mlltard U. 



**V. M. Vo»U« 

HamkI Whit*. B«tTMw« 
**B. MurpkjF WUIUm 

Mm Mk WUmw 

••T. B. TrarttB. ir. 

VACANT : 

••Anlt«rh. R( n. Ci>l^fc>w 
••H>ria. Rl I, WtiwMI 
••Hcthlrtira. Rl I. Rocky 
< aiiary Mwan Quartar— B 
•H^OmA. Bt t 
■■OHMgt KIrky. 
AttfMasr* MMMot*— tt 



H'aoB Maa.. Klli*b«U CU7 .. 

Howard Maai., Tarkoro M. L. Cromartla 

BtchoMB^. Ta. 

""». Wartitogtefi Hrary A. Joaw 

MMdawbraok. OrMarUte J. Nat Raniaaa 

••W»«i O faa « f «a . OrMMTOa^. 

I>uk« UalTaratty, D«rtuua 
••8now HIU 
••Jaaon, Bt. t. LaQran«« 

•*WinuiBatoa 

Wt*. Baefey Ma — t J. Uacar PanMr 

_ Wait BavMi. Backy ML a Bumi«II Kla 

.••Boyd Utm., Bl. 1. GrvMinUa 
••JohBKMi Mm., BVD. Tarboro 

... (harlotu 

••Bear Oraaa. 
••Robaraaa. 

••Balklaad 

Faaauia _ _W. B. Maftrcr 

.-••Plymotitb ^__„ 

. .••Wnii Stm B«rB. Maw Bam 

iirtttmt r. B ttpelbaaa 

riral, Vm( Bora A, K Koib 

PlaMiitM EIIU B. PblUlpa. *. 

BtranaaM. Blaaloa _Bmi o Fortlhaai 

-••Wai. A Mary Bart. Tarbofo 
♦•Vahalah. HroUaM Waeli „ 
**Holl.t«oo«l. Rt t. QtaaaTlIl* 
••rhl.-.«l, Rl I. nrrvBtlllr 

rir^t. Wllaoa _»^ A p„^ 

••FalU. 
••Fraak W. 

.••Waaora. Waablastoa 
••WaraMr. nmrmmtmHy 



M««at 

. A 



U. 



*rt>l(lai«>ni Flr»l Fr^ I' Parkar. Jr. 
"V.ttrr. RFIV Fountain 
**La(iraiix« 

••M«wtoa. RL 4. Rocky UfHiBt 
••Bocky MouBl Hvrofld 
••^m»mlmmrr. Bt I. Lw-aaia 



1. eBMCORO PRIBBVTCRV 



■BimaMl A 



af Mtaiatirr or Rld^r ••L'a«nio«J Al>arar« of MI»iH«r or 
tia traaM or la ka 



IH,«^y. J AIN.. Jr Bait M«. . MMorr J.rt NlaM 

•F F Bakar. B B. Ml. Airy 

•»a*M«r Bakor. BB — ••Swaatwalar. Btrfcory 

J T Barham. BB -•••M ryu ^ k ki w a, Bt I Clarclaatf 

••U>T» \tmr 
tJaaaa P. Barkadal*. it Roj.i o«fc«. Rrtl. KaaaaMk 

Vmmt^ Baac«« . (alrarir. narhSaoa | ^ 

•B. F Baaty. ■. 1.™ Aaaa Marta. FlM^da 

W. P. Bayl* ••Fa^tew. BFD 

••Oakwond. BFO 



Farrlactaa 



SYNOD OF NOKTH CAROLINA 



••€. r. I aMwaO. Marlea 

Ceorca ». raBMiUL- i'upUi Ta«i. Caa c a rd L L. CaldacU 

••J. A laoDon. Stii. Busncll, Florida 

••Mttlua 8. t'arothara **Jalia (altla. MlUbury 

Chartaa B. Carter ^baarar, BFI>. Moor«aflUe Harry L«« Jahai 

••HberrUl'a Ford „„ 

•Hu«b B. ( arter. Jr. Utll* Joe'i. BartaM 8pr1aci_R G CaUMMia 

Joaafk B. Carter, B. B. MatcarUIr 

•Balpb C. CloaU, H. B. UaTldaoB 

•NrrbciH H. Culler ••Mrituwetl. BFD. Moriaatail.— 

••Brlc^ewaler. Rt S, Nebo 

Alfrad K Dudipy...- MrlClaaun. Coarord R E. Ktaslab 

*U T. Bdcerton. ■. B. Whtlartt Jklpba L. Ca 

Charl«« H BBrd Harrlabwrg 

•*J. U. EBrd. 8«L I>uke I'alreralty. Owrliaai 

•R. C. Farrtor, ■. B.— Moniraat 

Mtlton B. Fauat. ChaR V. A. BoapMal. Ha MaRij 

John W Foster. M R RUIaarUW 

••Jaiw n Uarrlaoa. Mtu Hrbool of ChrlalUn Ed, Rk-hnoad. Va. 

Ftalay M Griaaett. Jr PraDklln. Rt. I. Hall^ury I>r«ta Mowary 

T. Hartley BaB. IT — Flrat. Uaotr John C BarBhar* 

•Fred J Harawa ••CleteUad 

•Tbird (>aak. BL t, Chtalaad 
I urila P Harper. Jr. Dartdaaa CaOata. DavMaaa Fmalla W. 

•J. W. Baaaall. B. B. Hk-kury 

••CeoTfe W. Haatoa oFloa BarrU. Bt. •. Conmrd 

••Paul A Horae ••New Daleai. Woay Point 

••Clka. Bt. t. ttUtaavUla ,> 

Jaam F. Hubbard. Ff Hi Aadre«> <'oUa*». Latirlaburi 

Charles W. Jiaa R MP Bot-ky Ri.rr. RL I. Caweard— B m iaa Ma 

•J K. Jnbaaaa ••BMttic Mrai., BFII. Laaair.-. 

••Sauwr'a Uap, BFI). I..4«alr 

«J L. K*l<'hlc ••Raaalaaiar. Btrkory 

Khtlob. titalnittlle H A 

WlUUai A. UrfaaML Kr Bariaai Rprtac* 

l»ua<«a l». MaeBryda FtraL M aarr a TlUe loha AUra« 

JaaMB Ma4-KeM^ — - .-••Klrtnaaad. KannapolU 

WUBaa P Ma«a«lay~. Fraapart. Rt S. MoereariUe Bobart 

IT. Lnary MrBath Cilvwid. Rt X. C af o r d All-v H Harris 

.\ H MHiure. 8a« Homm ror «'blMra«. Barhwa H|»rtasa 

\>UI R MHiearby PInit. i«lat«ivUN> „ ■. ■. Utm 

••tluirles A Mrtilrt Komad, HatbiNiry ,,..- J. B. MMMal 

•A. A MrLean. B. 1... 
••<'aH W. McMurray.„ „. 
••L. T MrPberaaa 
••Maaiual n. Maloaay. Ft. 

J A Marrow, Jr 

«r H MatheMa 



••FtoaL Martaa 
••TayloraftlW 
barMaaa CuHcc*. r>a 



) arl May 

•A. L. Maraa 

••F Ci nualiy Mar^M. Br 

•Jaami U Maaa, F.K. ~ 

**Lwtl»er M MWMly. tt. 

M. M. Mv^c^Imhi .....H^...u*~. 

KleU B NapRa. M. ■. 

•T K 



». Bt 4. Kanaapolla 
•CttorbBeM. Markta 
t>niaaU. Xebo R<iy t««itle 

Ikjmttra. BL t. RalhilHiry in»in R ral<f«en. 



**OakU»d. RUteavne 



Daratar. Ga 

Lmn MrRae ('od«a*, Baaaar RIfc 

Flr»t, ( «a«>ard R R Baakla 

MA^^^ MB A afc ■ ■ ■■ 

rW** ■■nOTy 

BL 1. OM Fat! 

Mem nrt' Martoa 



24 



MINUTES OF THE 



••John r. N,tUI# ..Old rort 

J.m«. H Nowrfl ...; ro,«.Bt. Vbm^ _ J w MIUw 

J •u!!I"pr. "•" ^ "»">"*• »• « HUt«.»IM. , p. me.«,wi 

I ' ''j^ '^'"«~' •»' — W.ldeMUii. V.Jd^ _ .j„hB A BKn.1 

M.I K Poll.,. Pf Dtmmm C«||«M t>»rta^ 

•Kl«-h«rd A. B«y. Btu. Rc.lUBd 

H ;"">'«'>» ««r-«l B.rl™ Mm. C«M^ M.^.„ o.^„ 

•< U ak-h.rd*. H S I>«Thfa„B 

•J H»rt«r Pmlth. H. K Morg.olon 

John I. Hmlth -run. llorg..l<,n 

W T«l Hatth. H. K D«i»«r 

TboapMs B Mouthall. b. 8#c . BUImtIU* 

1!.J1 «T "" . »««rt^«I roundatlo.. Mootr^ 

■•fry H Tnoinu. It ""Bum 1 1 

•lUfl r ThMMM*. taf Mnrk.HII* 

H-rbert L. P l i W I Wld rirrt. ItalUbur, r n~„ w.^ 

•W r W.urhop.. ■. «. „ r,n,ronl ^* ""^ 

AUb R WttU ..B,rti Cnmk. Ml IIU 

•W K W«i, H R JI.WWIIW 

i. D Wimrow ••Q«.k»r Me.do«. im. Mor,.»l..„ 

-^ - V ••W«.ttl«w. BPD. MorgaatM 

•C. R iMrtaa. Br, ■ B. Rich Poyn 

VACANT: 

••< n«lr, Mra, R( , M.rhNi «p»^ „ "* 

•rifth err.,. Rl ,. HUU„IU, ..".^ Jtll •'•"-M*- 

••||kn A.,..»* ..i.,,,; ^,^^,^,, 

... T*' „^ "Whit.,!. Rri» Utoir 

Altra<te»r«: Mtet««r»— «1 : BM«r»— M 



S. rAVETTtVILLt PRtMYTCRV 



•KiruMd AkMMV of MIbMm or KMw 



tia UaMM w to fc« - - - 



< Ulr* H Albrtcfal 
**ia*n Applrlix. Pf 
R M Arriiirnod 

B«a J. Bam 



■ . BourtT Baar.. 
•C. Uaur Bark 
■ill»»fi Blark 

WM«Mi r. 

•M. r Bo«|ta<. R B 

W. A Brown 
tTanMw Brnjii-* 

r. LmU* Rullork. Pf 
•t. 0. raBMWi. r M 



MM Ta 

P»ara. ray«(t«vtUa 
I TM. BtrlMBaM. ▼«. 
**PalMlla«. 

J«W1««». Bt. I. lUltM 
Prabruka . 



■•Busaw li«om», rartttMrOa 
VlUa««. rafcutvilla 
HicMaMl. fajrMtartllt. 
Par! 



AHaa4la« 
-'• *HH*r Vtl«a 

W. T B««raa 
-C. WajTM CoUlar 

■ L Lnck 
.Roaata BrM 

-Aakray MrPkaU 
.» T Ma«nia 
.t. M Powall 



MotitBaltM^. Wagraa 
Bracli 



Pawf airlrklaad 

I* i Woafclr 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 

•A. U. rartwvll, H. B. PravMaaca rorga. Va. 
Wllllaa ■. rhappaU rtrat. BprlBf Laka roatar ■ Barrta* 



Riifut A. CroBiartta 



WUlUa r. CruaMttar 



i;roT«. Bt t. t>unn 
••iBlty. Bt 1, Pour Oaks 
••Lraflal, Rt I. Broadway . 
••Ml PUgah. Rl I. Broadway 
••Rar«fl Btxk. Rl S. l-lltli^gtyiii 

WVsl Knd 



Mlrtuel Varafeo 
Worth 



•Urorw »', Curria, H. R 

r A. Darldaon Krwla 

••RiTaralde. ftunn 



-». B. KaBy 



J. Bay DIrkaiu. ■. B. 
•B. R Dotaoa 



WlllUa T DuBoae 

Baa T- Parguaoo 
W. K. riu-h. Jr 
**Wa. Bukvrt Ployd. (l>ap 
Rubn^ O Prceraaa 

«• M. Cilbb.. H B..._ 

Howard W UIU« 



. Varlaa 

CartBaga mibur t"urrk 

••PrJaal Hill. Bt t. Carthaga 
t'hurrh In tha-Ptarm, Laur«l 

HUl „ Dr T r Vk 

Antloni. Rl 1. Bad BBriaga Waliar nibaaa 
**('uldaa. Bl I. Waal Bad. 
AtlanU, Ua. 

Aabpnia. Rt t. Rowland 1 A Atford 

< or»alla. Ga. 
„ MIddtaton Hgta . Uurtaburg Waltrr V Mudd 
Pt*a«anl VIrw Laurlnburg Edward RUta 
• irthaga 
••Plrat, Patraoat , 

••Kagia 8»ria«a 

HriMalaa. Bagla Hprlagii ] L, 
••HuBByakta, Bt. t, PayrllfrtUa 
Ml Andrawa rollago. Laurti^iirg 
Prl<^ H. Uwysa, Jr.. Daaa . 81. Andrvwt Collrgr. Lauriaburg 

Batiart 0. ■aO- Bad ftprUtgt 1 »cil ParauM 

W Spwtrar ■aaMrlefc »9tnt, Maxuw 

**Paul L Baaka. Bpt. Caap Moerea. Bt 1. Laaral BUI 

tMtwi U Hart ••Caatort. rayattarttla ....-,„. 

Blrterd P Haja* Clkw. Bobblaa JL L. M— nw 

••R L HiiBphtll. BkhaMtd. Va 



•W. B. C«M»«. B. B 

W 3 Kornoa 
Oawn B UrayWal 

JaaMa N. Onibb 

Rohart K GuatafaoB. Pf 



Williaaa 



H !»#«»» Hrrrlag 
W B Rryward 
l^trg* W Hourk 
Rtllr Howall. h 

f*. Baaa iaakim, Ckap 
Orwry L Joaaa 

U»|d G Kay 



GatolU. Bl S. rayHlaTlUt M U Wood. Br 
■*•••»< Or. M B Hnttb 

Wm« ImI t r RlBfUlr 

<»"»«• O E Crahaa 

■arfcarwa. Braadway B P. Mr< onatck 

V A. BoaBttaL rayfttarltla 
MK i r a BMO . Bl T. PayaitaTHIa irarr«. Vm 
Big Barftteh. Rt 1 Bop« MtUa Worth Waatf 

••B»n»on _^ 

**t'lalnttrw Rl I Aaglor 

Jarkioo Bprlaga i;f>.rgv 

W Aadrawa CoUaga. LatirtaJMirg 
_ n«j1o« 
rayaOavtUa 



tTlMMaaa Krrnan 
Lavla (' LaMotla. Pf 

•A T UaaHw. B. B. 

r K Ugaa. B«ar. Bag. .... 

*iaaM B M»rU«d ..^ „ 

•Harrajr A McBatR. B. B. .. Bagta B^rtega 
•*B r» MrMahaa, rayMtarttla 

B A Maaaay ....mi ni,,*To».g» H»Wll>U. Pty^trrttla 

Itmm r Miltar.. .... Vauahn ittm . PayallarUla J» 

AMiay r, Maora. Praa nt Andravt 

Oaf M MarrMi **<>dar Bork. Bt «. 

BawBia rT lHa. Untagtoa ..WaUt M 

ARart Myart Cmtf. Bl I. Mailaa Baa A 

taiyraa. Bt 9. La ar l afcwi - tawila T 



M. Balyat 



•• MINUTES or THE 

W C XHM Brtliwd.. Ab«rtfMm w. H. UcStiU 

iulUn n ■N — . iw ^t-. Pro,kl«r,. A.ctw EINrt 8l«|.h« 

•*Botwi. BI. J, r<Mir (Mn 

•M»lf> A. Nrwklrh bmImI. »t. 1. Sa.ford J. H Blftl« 

aUM. »t I. lUeford R a g«ie.k 

lUa B NemM _ Bweka. n. j. Cmrtbrngt w K Horn. 

'■LakvTtrw 

»«•• NomMt. Jr. ( •••ron HIIL M.!. Cumtm .U*«ri CwMra* 

ffVfm^ «t. I. TAMwon o A. McNrtU 

«ob*rt r P.rk UUIagtM a T Atkte. 

••r»p« rwr. Bt I. UUtectM . 
*r O. r«U«rw>«. B. B. Bumntefri 

B M nilUtpa. H. B _ Gtam Bprlnc*. « r. 

■ " ''""" « »••'»«• - !.•« M LITI, 

••»«« Tabor. Btt. Bad Bpiiacs 

Bo«coe Prtoc* "K^mumisH^. PtaMli«irit 

••Bohwi V BuaMO **I.««btr Brt^« " 

__ ^ „ _ . ■" - ■. r Jokumim 

rn*k M. BetrlM. It •MtrllMTMii. Bt. J. r>nrtt«^tk, 

•Mklrola B. BmwcU. Jr.. 8t i . Luror*rlon 
B O Hmmmm. ^.B.. 8.B. •H'ararwlitoa. rmjUttfOU 

B<>iM^ r Rk>o» Lumbrrtoa „„ r |, fr. „,.|, 

Jnhn r>aTl4 BIctrut <'hurcb of tht r*v«M»t. 

, ,. ^ . •^'"W »**• (; L MrN.UJ 

J ^ r BMMMrvO rirrt, ray«<t«trm« « h«r|«i <; B<m« Jr 

••Boy naU Taylar **BuMWTel 

A r TrtfaCU Uurel HUl g j jk^h^i 

Uall* r Tucfcw. J^. |»u„B _ ^ p 'jj^j^ 

B«»»rt M I rl.. W. m. AMir*** C«a.«ar t.ttrtal.urf 

Albert .H. Walk Uurtobttrg w a TaMa 

KUmm A WhMork. Jr "Hop,. MllU 

••I'hIIUpl. BC I. Ba^wd 
rraak r WltklMM rui Braa^. Bt I. Bi.anWT.lx.tU McDonaW 

VACANT : 
Bre«WM MCMrUl. Mmitbwn riMa ••!««. ||clK»*fa| 

UMMMI Br^« JUfMUlaB. Bi I. Wa* W » B Wll 

<*»»'■■ A. L. K^IB u,u>, 

"iniiNUrTan.. BhMM "Mr.Nal, M«ori.L Bn»« 

""■ — * • *'••»• "Ma.l,. B — Uw Ptoaa 

tBB w Mi. Bl 8. UlUiunM- J. S. Wal- xBavUM 

••** ••fakNB. Rl i. raaafMi 

••H.««h«, Bt I. 8a.(M »*WmmimM^. r.yHteml 

• arr )ti«M«r»-M: BkJari W. \ 



4. BBAMVItLI PBfSBVTEBY 



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Aba If i of MhiMar or 
tia 



C*arali aad Tawa 
**.Norfb«alt. t>«rbaai 



■ talalw 

*B4i>ar4 J AssIm 

mmm U Bartw, Bsac. •»<• . Balatgh 
W r Tib. Ill .. . . . . i n i ..I.— TrtMUr Aimim. Dwluua 

Bab a rt J rtiMif — 

L. Atftat BaK. M. & 
OMrtaa t^nw 



riral. B a l a Hi B. 



M(«i. BaMi^ 
WaM BateHrti. BaMtk 



CMv 



-A J VaudMa 

T !«. BnUTarA Jr 
f. La* TwTi 
i Praak Naalf 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



t7 



WlllUm A Tarry 






_ MUaar Ilea.. B«UI«b J. * Taytor, Jr. 

••flrat, Garacr 

••Oraaay Crack. StovaU 
KanaTa. Bt. t. Oiford 
••HrhroB. Bt. 1, Osford 
••Oak MIU, Bt. 4. Oxford 

_»»N>i» Hope — 

.. Finit. BaUlgb.-. ..i , WUUaai O 

. 'Mt rteasant. Bt I, Wtllow Hprlnri 
••Oakland. Bt I. riajrtoa 
••White Mem . Bt 1, Willow Kprtnc* 
.. Creensboro 
... Wt-stem Blfd, Balelcb I M i>tUi 

_ Buffalo. BaWtcb 8a« A Joha 

._ BnMat Myatt. BalalcB.- Bunter rotllM 

•BUrkBall. Men.. Durhaai 
••LltlletoB 
••(irurer Maai.. UttlatoB 

••Warrealaa 

••OatOT BMkc. Bt. t. Kanlr 

Mlapali. Kealy Jarley Narraa 

Oak Uro»t. Maaaoa I. V Hare 

CiMrlaa %. JateaMi. MBl Btu . Uuke Ualrcntty. I>urbaM 
liartaa B. Karta. Bsk. Bar.. Nf'tt . Ourhaai 
jaaapli H. Laari^^ar HmilhReld J <'«rtl ■« 

••l*ro«re»«lre, l*llKi1<« 
W A. l*lal -. I^*"'* - ~* * MrBactaa 



A. Buaaall BuBatoa... 
••8*M A. Burtaaa. Jr. 
••Bobert M rocbraae 



••A. G. rottrtanay 

Albart G. Bdwardi. 
Galea Blltoit 



•Joaapb N rarlow. W. U 

KuaaaU B. nemlag 

Jaaaa B. rrlaby 

<-harl«a B. Haaty 

Babart BaaAaraoa 
La«l HMMpkraya 



WUIteM M Jarratt 



•rraak T. 

JaaMM B Uoyd 

Janie* R. Uird. AT 

Uoj H MH'oraikck 

Ja»aa W MrCtnBli 

W. l». McIbhU 

••BlrlMr« LvMi Mart**' ^f. 
JaaMa A. np»la 

••JaaMI L. Prtre, Jr.. n. — 
B Beataa — 



HuitefW Meai.. Balet^ Maliiiln L WIUUaN 



\l( Hethel. Iiurham 
MItner, Meat.. Balalcfa 
••4-»Teaaal. Waadeli 
iar> 

Tbral. HenderwiB 
ffc ■ < • llece. Balelch 
Hitrliig Htll. Lurama 
iHike lalferalty. DwiMa 
rvqiiay Vartna. Fa«aay 
Xprlngi 



II K T'i«naaB4 



< M I'agraa 
R K OaBlel 

It* HarbiNtr 



Ra«a4ell 



rty4a O. Bubiaaoa. Jr . AT 
•H. r. Bupaaatkal 
••B. Gerald SMtth. Chap 
••W r minneaprlBt, Pr 
••T <; Tate, H. B. 
Alfred B. T h a a i a a 

••W W TbMBaa, Pf 

•H H. TbtMpaoa. SB. T.S.. 
Mar^taU B. Tablaa. Jr 



T Trayabaai 



J M. WaBwe, Jr 

Biaiia J WaHaea 

••B. D. Watana. Baktch 



White Mew . Ralatcb 
••Urttane Meai 

Khaw Ars. H r. 

IKirhaai 
BaMck 

Baraar It- i> <> ranBlrbaal 

llaiiaiinail ratk«e. M. CBarlea. Ma. 
. flnB. BaMarlUe (0) 



K R MrrarlaaC Br. 

rred I raactar 
R B 



•Yeaac M«B.. Maaaaa 

•Ooabaa. Bt I. Oiford 
riral. BaaBobe Baptda 
DatlMa 



VACANT: 

B'lletlew. a^aM Xarwaai Fi 

rinit. tiurhaaa V. J 
••ralrrlew 



MiMMer* 3t 



•Kat 



••M A»«rem, 

••WhlM Oak. rr*mfHA 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



,g MINUTES OF THE 

». KINSS MOUMTAIII MftBYTfllV 

tin ir«B»U or lo t>t o.tUlne.t 



Hlalttar 
rtutriM r. Alei«ii<»M' 
•Paul K. Au»ley 
R T Baker 



•W. L. lUker. H. K. 

JamM A. Bear*.. - 

Tajrlor 0. Blr4 



li»»Ul r Blur 



rtr.l. Mt Hull, ..„ W r HolUnd 

rirrt. Kln«i MouDUlB _-tuU»*r Carier 

••rmtT. Et. >, D«DTer 

M,.p*Uh, Bt I. Iron BUtlo. I 0. Morrtoon 

„ Hephilbah Bt I. B*«..m« Baymood Haynr. 

.. EIW.bor« J. W. AU« 
nunrant Crr»k. Bl. I, «U«- 
boro "^ T. PrW 

_ Weal Avenua. OastMriS » ♦^ •*•**' 



Jamr. B BradlO ""' •^•"" 



_Joe B. HuaMM 



Ttn«ley BradUy ••Bobln.<« Me- . Bl J. C*-<«l* 

'Cnntr T Brown. ». M. Korea 

L,:,n"rB,:- Nr- Hope. B. >^ ^-^^ /-» ^ «»^'"' 



A B <raH 
Albert B Dr»l»-..- 
•J H l>ulln. a. ».. 
Frank A BUIolt... 
•('urtli <;<»o«tooa, f. M- 
Bart Id L. Hell 
John Btrbanl 
•royte HuaUr. ■. *•- 
•Hal Key —r— 



I harlea B KlrkpatrkA 
ioaeph C Ko»«''h 

tWUlUa r toM 

•Murray B 1«ot* 
NoraaB N M«rI>o««U 



... BulherfordtoB ^- ^ ••** 

...••Cramerton 

._ rirat. Llncolnton tmn*»i BalUrd 

. '"b"kbo.. Bbalb, H.» 8. f^T*^ 

Khlloh. <;roT.r f«"' « H.«brl«M 

_ Charlotte 

.„ •BrllUtn. Bl I. Butberfordlon 
•Inkm MlIU 
••fore* Cttf 



OmIo*!* 



•I. tUuart MrKlrey. Jr., H 

Arrhl. L MrKalf 

Juinea H Ma«B 



^••« uluBibua 
• •ArmslroBf M««. 
Olaey. (iaaiMiU 
••Vaton. Bt 1, Oaatoala 

.••I 

••_ 

R , Btrbnond. Va 

... •tk>ati«a. K. BelaMMrt..- — - 

..-••MorthaMa, ». 1. Oailoola 

••lUflB. Bl. «. «>«»« M'HlBUla 

•Tryoa 



T K. BokUMO* 



..Carl B. dawaaf 



•H. HMoay MaiweU 
••Janw* L Maya. P».. UTS. Bb-h»ood. \t. 

U«U B MetU »•'"« I»«U»» 

• •A * Miller. Jr . E*.—. Bkelby 

••Harry M Moffell „. ..••nn*. Oaatoala 

H' 11 Marpby "Kaul BrlaioBt. B«l»o«l 

vr r 2V*el 'Kaluda 

• I' n Patrtrk field Bepr i ulumbla Hwalnary. Dwatwr. lia 

w Hort rruiil riral. B aai m a r Ctty rrM Arrowood 

• W l» Batfhford. H. B I harh*ta 

WII-.B r BhoUH.. if taeMal.. OartoaU *' fT..™*' 

i,^r„ V BWdla CherryTlUe W I. Br^wma 

••JudKM I. W»aBa«« - GaatoBla 

••Donald W Sfcrlear, Jr . Btu RelawBl. Maa. 

W G Bo««etm. .•8prtnfw«Ml Bt 3. Oaatoala 



Paul r Thrower 
Georte M Webb 
David C. Whlia 
Kaaraa C WUIU 
■oward U. WUaoa 
K n WUherapooB . 
•J W Yuunf. H. K.. 



**l.lnvttMMt, (Uiloala 

riral. Shelby 

« aitaoea. Bt 1. KtaBley 
••WenUlew. Bl. 1. Ml. Holly 
••AUama Mem.. GaatoDla 

riral. BelmoDl 
_ HumiTllIe 



.Janes Taylor 

K W. MrCUIn 



.W A MaaoB 



VACANT: ••IrostoB. Iron RUtloa 
Attendance MInUlera -SS ; SI4ari — tt. 

•. MCCNLCNBUR6 PBCBBVTEBV 

•Kiruaed Abaen<-e of MInUter or ■Mrr ••faescuaed Abaenre of MlnUler or 

^in tranail or to be ordained 



MlB later 

William r Adh-II 

••Franeb O AUlon 
Dvlcbt L Barker 

••William Barnea. A. T.. 

••Datld G Boyce. Bt 
Prank M. Brown 
Harry H Bryan. A. P 

••HaroufI M Buarh 



H B 



Cknrali a«d Tawn 

Bla«-«>e 
••War 

••Walkeratllle. Bl I. Waihaw 
••Bamah. B 2. HunleraflUe 

Nelcle Ave . rharlolle 

Prinreton. N J 

Foreat BUI. Charlotte 

CoirnaDl. CharMie 

••l<HU!tl 

••Indian Hill. Rt I. Rtanfleld 
CharlnM. 

Weatffilniler. CharWrtte 



CMar AttaadlBi tyaad 
I B Poole 



•John A Carrlkef 

I. H Chadwtrk 
••D. B ChaUble, Cbarlotte 

•M. A Corhraae. Jr. ••AOMiy JaOMa. Charlotte 

•C. U Coffey, m. H Brakte* Betatoary, Hua W«a» 

B. B Cooper Bhanwi, Bt t. cturloite 

•W. r. Copfland. H B llarMNB 

«. N. t ramer. Jr ••Maeatolla. Cameron 



l»a«ld A White 



« rrank B«raelt< 



J. Edward Craig 

J. B CunnlBChaH. Ine. 
Mark>n H Currle 
Herbert Dale 
A. ITarke I>MB. A. P. 

Grad) K IHtom. 

D H Dulln 

Daniel L Durway, M B 
B Hoyt Etana 
Paul H relfcer 
Norrla Fellowi 
■mm* B Ftaher 
JaaHM K Fa«ani« 

••UUihtoB H Ford. 1». 



B < 
W J«ik Fraarla 



.Andy Harrtncton 



.„ Paw Creak 
Dir.. PreabyterUn PoundatliMi. Charlotte 

Fir*. Hamlet tnre B »n»«» 

•Johnatoa Mem. Charlott* 

Myera Park. Charlotte 

W. ■. Brtk. BFIi. Charlotte H B Hmltli 

... mi^WTent. Bt 1. KtanBeld 

Cnienanl. Charl<itte 

Hopewell. Bt 1. HuntrrattUe A R Ren 

Mulberry. Bl 5. Charlolte Ba) Marka 

Flrat. WadeaJwro 

Badtn 

Myera Park. Charlotte 



R \ Ulea 
A C Gardner 
W L Barker 
l>r H l> Vemi-r 



Charlotte 



•J K Garner. H. B.. Charlotte 



C. B TerreU 



man ley 



.Alfred M. Bhy«a 



•II. M OliHiar. B 
Frank L OaaiMUi 

•J. i Grier. R B.~ 
•J. W GrIer. H B. 
T A nnltoa 



•Yale liuan. P DIr Bar 



Itmmi .\'l 

D T Warner 



Charlolte 

Ml Carmrl. Bl I Kllerbe 

Vormaa 

Montreal 

RuBlenrlile 

Park AreniM. Borklnctuim Paul Many 

Wataon HelfhU. R B'x-klBC 



ham 
( harlot te 



Pink Rutton 



i 



Warner L Halt 

lira) VV HaiiiiiU.li. Ji 

Koberl W Haywood 
•H H HtltuD. it 
•E.iy K Hokf. Ch*rlott* 

rred (' Hohtor. 8ccy , 
•BobtTt E Hury. B. B 

Edarl M Huff»tetl«r 

(|. N. Hiinryrult 



MINUTES OF THE 

roTpnant. fTvarloltt 

•Hun»(>t HtlU. I'hMlatt*. .- 

••<'»Bd<»r 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



ii 



..Ume* H. B«rBhar<R 
rtrlrtoa N, WhH««i 



8iiM» i'rrrk. fTMrtolt* 

RU':iiuutid. Va 

HiintrnTlUr 

KHfTbt 

!it(t>l>'>>*on. Rl I. ln4Ua 

Tr«ll 
MlOT. kt. I. Wask4i« 



i R AbMMUjr 



Ralph h. Cot 



J « . Ha 
. I. W. Kaela 



Monroe I**"" ■r««»»ll 



W J HttBHTiitl. H R 
Tharlra E Hunllrj 
W. it. Hutt-likaon. 8f( 
rraak 8 JoM* 
JaBMB A ioM*. Prm 
W rheairr IC«U*r 
RuaaeU M. Ktrt 
rrank MrC Klncald 
•iolta ti. Klri»i"ff. H R 
.NaUutKtal r KlrkUnJ 
•M-Rarlea K »» Kr»*B««f. 

Julia K l^ke .- 

t t tell La«r«K« 
••H. LawrMH-* U>«». •»■ 
T. W. McUaa 
i^B R MrAlptM. Ill 
•Orahaai « M«ni«««» 
Aa«u* U MrtaBls. I>tr 
•llonalil O Mrlaato 
Mm a MrLaaeT 
W. r. MrLauchlta 
•D. A. MrRlflit 



••W. R McMnal* 
•J. O Mann. ■ R 
(ari H MUlM 
R. T. Miller. A.f. 

A. B Muflt«ti*«r7. Jr. 
Ot»« Miwre. it 

Jark Morrlaaa 

W. B N»ll. U..U.. T.l. 

E R S»*k«rTr 

(tiarlca R. ParrWi, A 
••lata PartrMi*. ir 
•M. & PMMy. «. 1 

mtla J Paeblea 
• •O W P»rT«ll 

Mareva B. Prtar». Jr 

MarrM B rT*»f#. HI 

O. A Radfonl 

Jaaaa K Rai^hfard 

B. W. Baykw* 

B Plar RMBa 

RlitaH A RNdkRk...»- 



L |> HowtU 



I) 



rWrd W«at«oreUatf 



Pi 



VatMTttle 
Mneme 
••Tumrr. MonriM- 

himatlwuud. < barloUa 

♦•RrthWhrm. Rt J. Moaro* 
I'TM. Rhhmond. Va. 
HelwyD At*. < harkitW 
••PhlUdel|>iila. Charlott* 
fUa^aal HIU. RFI). PtaerUU J.lm *or4 
CiiarMIe 

rirat, AllwwatV* ^ ■ Bleliar4«» 

r. SrtHJui of < hrUiUa IdiKaUoa. Rleh»^^ ▼• 

PrnTtdeM^e. R« I. UUOtm S C. Grttt 
».f.. Charlotte 
•ttarlottf 

AfuDitolr. (harlotu i A Crtar 

m»9ir C reek. Rt 3, (harlotU H»rt.l<1 P Oa 
Stm Work, ruia Rd . (■hartolK- 
CIt Kil.. Charlotto 

Plata. rharMUf . -i *•• 

••N<»r«<Mid . —■ ■ 

Kaatmlnatrr. Charlotte I M 

••AlUii Rl 4. Moaroe 
••Battaar. Bt 4. 
••Urn Park. M 
••rualon Mrai.. Charlaa* 
Malthrw* 

m. GUc*. Charlotu 
mmitmltmrt, ChmtkM* 
(aM«^ Utm.. CharlMU 
•«e««**«r BUBi. 
MrOMajt Mas.. 
••N>« ttttum. Mi i. Mar»h»aW 
lioiith trytm. CharMi* 
r HardU. ("harMte 

••MarahttUe 
BWi Palait 
ytrim. Charlirtte 

••Waika* 

Wllltaan Man., 

TfBT 

\eii»ll — ^ 

<«.*•• M«a.. W. ». C Bwi a W a RUhard P 
''Me^Umrn. Bl t. CBmI*«»~ 

„_«. 'Aartty. CfcafHtlt...- T«ai Rrai 

■WMrr (>'«▼• n«artaM# Narry 



WIUUB C 



IL Baatk. Br. 




••Heor.v Rublusuu 

•C. H. Ro«aa. B. R 
•TiKMBat B. MaM. RB.. A.P 
R. i. 

J. A. 

WUUaa M. BrtMUaiM 
Robert LewU ^Ith 
H. T. Snlrely. 

•He««r A f^»eB^er, P M 
E L«* KtolTel 
J. E. RIowe 

r. K «u«Um. Jr 

Arthur T Taykw 



••W. T Taylor. t"hap 

B. T. Thompaon. it ~. 

lobart Turner, Rat. DOB 
W. M. Wal^. H. B. 

••J E WayUad. It 

Roy r. WkHtey 

llarM WIUtaaM. Chap 
••T Duke WlUlaaa 

Malroiai R WUIIaaao*. B. 

Rabtrl 8. Woodaos. A.P. 
••w. 0. Wortaaaa. Ff. 
•B. Praak TaadA B. B. . 

B. A. Ta«at. ■. B . R R 



Hanurl H Realj 



.MatUrd Creek. Bt. l«. Char- 
lotte *» M *«»*•» 
Mttthewa 

Poreal BUI. Chartatta 
CMMWMiweaUh. Charlotte W B Brow* 

••BenloB HctckU, Moaraa 

rirat, Bockia«»lia«l Qtort* Howell 

Indtan Trail — Thad A BUW*" 

••Mt Ollead 

••Pee Dee. Bl. I. Ml Ollead 
Mrxtro 

Plrat. Charlotte J W Orler. Jr 

Central fMeele Creak. Char- 
lode _Uater Youachhtod 

MrCiee, Charlotte «. C. Loaff 

Marston *• ". MrKay 

UrUan Men, Rt I. EII#Tha J P MfCaaklll 
Mark'a Creek. BPO. Haailet ». U MrI>onald 
Bavrk. BPn. Ellerbe ,\iiman Currta 

rt Baatla. Ta 
.••BtlKle Aee . CharloMe 

niariotta 

„ Charlotte 

••Coraellua 

••Bethel, Rt J, hafldwn 
Plrrt. Moaroe Royeaon l.an«Uy 

Praaby. Haapttal. Charlotte 
••<"a«p t:re»oe, Charlntti- 
, C. Third. Charlotte %lla«i J Paal 

TrtaMy. Charli^te 
DavMoaa Coltefe. DarMaoa 
Chartatte 

••Raakt, Rt S. Waihaw 

••HU Mllr Creek, B. J. Fort 
Mill H < 
Th<HBa*lmro. CharWte -Row Miller 



VACANT 

••BeuUli. RPK. Msuroa 

••Caaitfen. Rt. 3. 

••CaaMToaUa. Bockla^M* 

••Bawlay, M««i.. PolMaa 

••BaatanrrW* 

••Matthewt 

••Morcaa Meai.. BTD, iMai^aid 

Morrea— C. ■. MfQWMa 
••Oakhoro 

AMOMlaaee MlBlater»-?T EMara -«« 



Pa«cland. S. C. 



••BalMhtfth. Bt I, Waihaw 

BPO. Pafeland. B. C 
Chartott»- BliatM- PIMMT 



frtaBy Charlotta— W K wmia«o 
M Paul. Charlotte— W. J. 1 
WItaMre Charlotu W M Baf«* 



f. •BAHBI PBlRBVTfBY 



•Rsr^sed AkaefMV •( Mlnlater or BMer *»V 

tin traaoH or la ka 

Mlawtae 

I Earl AilklB* 
U« W Adklaa. M R. 
•Toai B. A B d ar a o a 
LawfMMv W Avmt 




AtoMM* a( MhiMM^ or 

tMar Atla8dia« 
.Balaad Moaroe 

B Otla Lacker 
_l C Baywwth 



.MINTTKS OF THE 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



•WUllAW M Uakvr, H k MebftM 

••Hirry T. BarnHi ••Brti»<J«i> 

••SaUio, Bt. X. HaBford-.- 

V«»c« Barron. (hapcl HIU -_... G«ort» CubMd 

IrvliK hlHktryt MJuUford P»rk. OfMMbora..- 

»B. J B<*»1» ReldsTlUe . 

Coy BoT«a4« Shlloh. BurllaftM 0»c«r MUM 

•J A Boyd ~ ••anion 

••Rrd Houtr. SeiBOrs 
Bm r. Brown AUmmnc*. Bt. 1«, Or«eB«- 

»H.rt. Bo« M. W»<ithfrly 

WlllUai Browa - - "rtlth. GuUford CoU«« 

nifford D ratdwaU. A.P. .. rirrt. HUh Point 

Ham rappal Jiaban* - W l». 8>k«a. Jr. 

R i>„n rarMO Flrrt. Ranfwd W. Q. ■uts 

tr LtBWood rhtablr*. K»w. 8«c.. Grecnaboro 
• (barlea W. <oaU Unit RW«. Hurdle MllU i K. l*tU 

J B. Cook. H. B. Bprajr 

•♦W X. rurrk. A. P. riral. Urecnabora 

John B l»all 81 Aodr««i. Bt. •. Bantord W U. MeOlUar? 

••BU<k Mem.. BL t. C a i aron . 
Joiin LouU l»a«U. II ••VandalU. Oraenabora 

•A. P DIckaoB. B. B. Plumtre* 

Horare l» Iknity, A. P rhurrh of ih« ( uvananl, Ur««n«boro 

John E ElUaon ••Bop* SUtm, Rreeaaboro 

rharlM i; ril^atrhk ••Ihntxood Acraa. B. ». A»ba»»nro 
••Joa«ph W. riora. A. P Flrtl. Kreenaboro 

Mar M. Fouat ••<umoofk - 

••ParaifUla. tU. «. Baafortf 

••Culf - 

Banurt B. Pudg. Naw Hopa. Chaval BUI „ Kamual BUck«o«4 

Joarrh M Oarrtaoo CoTrnant, Graaaaboro -t»a»ld H (ashwalt 

••W H Roodnan. Jr ••Bed«afl»ld. Gracnaboro 

Ramuel B Hoi>f Fornt BUto. Htch Point R M GUdalMa 

••J O Huwrll. Pf Normaa Park, Ca. 

•Ganrta B V. Hunler, Jr ••Bandolph. Htch Point 

•Marlon K Hvtake B. K. CharkiUe 

Prank II. lohnaton. B. B... . Wtlmlncton 

••Jmetai B. Jonaa ••Bethlehem, Bl I. Mabaaa 

••EflUml - 

» John K Klablrl Grranaboro „ 

••John H UUh. Pf »T». Btrhmond, Ta. 

WIUIa« E. VfUh Yancejtlll* " " """'»Mtan 

••Brtheada. Buffln 
Jerr) f. McTana Si Paul. i.rrrnthoTO Arthur L, LaBar 

•Bawy B. MrFadyt-n. M B Oak Ut^gr 
•W. C. MrLauchlla. f. M. itpmn 
•B. I. MrMullMi. H B (ha pal Hill 

CharlM W Mi-Nutt \"rth»ld«. Burllaftan Purrb Laa 

Eric MrQutlty ••Kl Bethel. Bt 1. LaakirOta 

Allen r MfBween xurmwiat. Gr a e uab ow fcaaph « Vlnrant 

William E Macaey. Jr < ri»« Bnada. Rl 3. Matwine Tnai M Lyrw-h 

•J. M MllUrd, H B Uraembofo 

K M Mlnenhf liner ••Park A»e . BurUaglad 

Marina J Murray Jonr-rttoro. Ranford.. J R falrypinpla 

••J WlllUai Ordara. Jr. ••MeawrUl. Graanabaro 

••Boy B Paltaaon. Jr — M aad aw iilde. Graantboro 

T Henry Patterww ..„__ M«dl»on Carlyle B Law* 

W P Pallefann. H B. H»«h P«*H 



lK>uxU« Lyle Paubon slier (It) 



(Iraham 
••Hrthany. Graham 
rirat, AahelMiro 
••Eno. t'edar (Jrore 
••Palrfleld. Kflaad 
••Wentworlh 
••Smyrua. RehiaTUla 
•Ji»lm A. Badhaad. Jr.. PIral. <;reenaboro 



WSllUm W. Petera 

Z. T. Plephoff 

Z. T. Plaphoir. Jr 

VV C'Urk Porter, III 

.\ V Bay 



K U Vann 

W H Haaard. Jr. 

lanKM. I. Kl.ldle 



.Frank F Andrewa 



••Cerald N. Belff, Chap. 
••W M Bice 
•W. P Bobertaon. H. B. 
•RolM-rt B. Bork. H. B. 
••LB Hchanrk. Pf 
••I) Hilton Reals 
••Hurton M. Bharrod 

••Harry B. BaUh. 8t« 

rari B. BUrk. Jr 
B. R Stone. H. B 
Samuel N Thomaa 
W T. Thompaoo, H. B. 
••Edward C. Thomburf 
••Jamra S. B TlpiM-n* 
William I) Varker 
Jamra H. Wade 
Jamem W Walkup 
••l»ale WalMtn 



•Boy E Watta 

•W H Wealrrfleld. H. B. 

John r. Whitley 

Jf»hn A. Wameldorf 
••James E. Wood 

H Earl Wnodall 
•Mar«hall Wcw>dao«. B. B. 

W J Wrenn ™. 



MempliU, Tenn. 

GrcenaUiro 

High Point 

Broadmay 

Darldaua Collece. llatldaoB 

HylrU 
••Eaat Burlington. Burlington 

Draw Inlrenlty. Madlaon, > 
••Plednunl. Burllngtun 

Greenibtiro 

Hawflelda. Bt. 1. Mabana . 

Rlrhmond, Va. 

Green«t»ori» 
< amp IMr . t'haprt Hill 

••Wealmlnater, Greenaboro 

HillmlKiro 

Kuffalfl, Ranford 

••.Ml Vmww RprlBga. Bt. S. 

BUar mjr 
••PUUboro 

First. High Point 

lunrllle. Va 

Flnit. Leakartlle 
_ RrenlwiHMl, High Point 
••BlierTlew, Rpray 

Bethel. MrtaaMfUla 

Laurtnburg 

GrletK, Leaaburf 

Pleaaaat Gmte, Yani-eyTllle 



Ralph B Brott 



B. E PattarMS 

W R Knott 



( <rl A Ball, t 

» H PtI*» 
Thnma* E Miller 

Paul G. 



1 »»ph H Warren 



VACANT: 
Bmumw. Clrawitiore C. B. Daaaall 
Buffalo. Oraanaboro— Ckarlaa B. 
Kerrhnar 
••Euphronia. Bt 3. 
••t;«ldiit<.ii 
••t^eenwuod. Bt. 5. 
••H^iywmid. MoMiira 
••Hl^hlew. Reldartlla 
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1. WILMINGTON PRESBYTERY 

•Kunwed Ab«mr« of MIntater or BI*r ••Iwaliniaed AbacNee of MlnNtar aa 

»fn tranall <rr fn ba ardalited 



Mlatttar 
Fred P Albright. Jr 
•Wade R Alllaon 



Ckartb and Tawa t»*»f A«aaate» traad 

••MH luff Mrm < aalla Hayne 
••Ml turn. B.~ Hill 



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SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



^ MINUTES OF THE 

*w.ill Rate ~ - BeuUrllW 

«n .J ? Bun- ••!•"". rh.p.i o. U.. B-r4- 

..••C»i«lla« B*«ch — — 

.••B«Ui <"«r. Twr BmL.- — 

••0«k(Ule. WbXtm 0«» 

••Bun«« - 

8t A»dr«w CovMMU WU 



••R \\ I liUtircM. Jr 
J nixhuch Clark 



••r. L Clark 
K n r«lD»Me. tr 



DrajrtoB C 



•K. ■ l»«»l», Jr , I'KNR 
•J L. Fairly. B. » 
•N. P. f MT»or. ■• ■-•- 
•NanM* ■. namtn 

tSarrii K 0««mI«Iii 

■■■*■!>>■ W. Graham. Jr. 
MNmrtf B. OroM 
B. rraak HaU 

••Bk-hard Bolabouarr 



mlnftOB — 

Houlhport 

•New Bop*. WlDaabow 
Set. York. M. T. 
Laurtoburt 

KoM BlU 

Wariaw 



I. B. BuBtlBftoa 
Harold r AMrMit 



_1. p. Barmoa 



Jr. 



tBo«« K Bom' 

••Jota IrvUM. Btu. 
John JarkaoB. Jr 

•DaTkl B. J«akla« 

■Irhar^ B. JotWMta 
•UwTMir* W B»Ml»r 

CkarlH L Blrbji 
•m^artrk W. Uwto. ■• » 
•Barkart T. U*l« 

B. R Lbak 



••HifwdeB Co^mm»»r, Bowd«n 

p.rtU M.«i.. Bro. WUUrd 

K.K kfl.h. Bri». WalUM 

Woodburn. Ulaad -•*• B. 

TrlBlty. Bafaiadi — -■• J* 

P,.r«ill Ma-.. ini«to«t«i »^ DM 

••HallaTlUc. BawlavtB* 

••<iro»», K«U«Min« - 

BU<lrtiboro 

Wbiu PUIaa. BFO. Coanrtl 

ITU. BlflUBOBd. Va. 

.♦KUnford. BFD. MU <»«»• 

••< alflMio ■ 

.••EJl»*b«tblowB 

••lit Boreb. BfO. C«»elt. 

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M, Pdanbm. narWto 
••I 



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nrat. WIUBta«t«a ^ 

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••BoUy Oro»». BFO. Cllatoa 
••BMrth BtT*r. BFD. CUrUnd 

trulMtiiri- WbttrTtlla 
"pllff*r Wtlalnctoa 
. BBwitina. <:• 
lapaa 

Parrta Ulaad. B. C. 
_ •CrnaUR. St^ n*m. 1.F*. 

•PoUorkarlU* 

> . I. r<ki>Ba M Andre* ■ Collet* , l^«l«k«rc 

•rUttd* R repp« Jr Betteaajr. WUaauagM- 

I,a B Bawl- „-A.ltorb. BFO tecftaontflla 

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H. C. Mar<iu«*B 



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•Pr«*t«M C OlWat. Cba#. 
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Brn Uacjr Boaa, Ft 

tJawn H 8rU. Jr 

J. OoB SkUuiar.. 

GMTga Bvwartijr. II. A P 

NalU OtrahMi BtavMia, 
B. B — 

•L. A. Tartar. ■. B. 

••Wltlla- B. Tarry 

•Edward F. T— tcB. F. M 

t Edwin O, 

JaoMa B. 

••W. C. Vaugha 

John (J. Vlaar 

tKubMt JaHM Wtlklaa 

tj^ia A. WUkerwua. Jr.... 

riMriM wmuau. 

•n. L<c« wiuuBMoa. F M 

••Henry L. WUUe 



._ t"T». BIchmoBd. Va. 
Bathcl. sm. Cbtaqvapla 

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Wa4* 



Pranrta M. 
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.._ rayrtteflUe 
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Braill 

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Bar . WU— IWtMi 
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Wtldwoed law* r. 

tiaatoala 
._ . Flak BUI . , 

Mt Wtf '" ^''rr*" ' «T»mpl#r 

••Baker. BFO. Mt Ollft 

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VACANT: 

••AMUaeh. BFO. JactaaarOIe 
••Batbel. ChlnqiiapUl 
••BanUrUlc 
•«Bto < ia >oro 
••Oarktaa 
acraaun. !»»• Bern 
••nrtoa 

••Bar— nay. Barrella 
••Barp«»-S«w«U*»rla»d. AlbertaM 
••BateM. BFIt. Ptak HIU 
••Mayla BUI 
••Oak FUta. Baa* BUI 
••Ptk* Barky Patot. Becky 

AMMrihiar*: MMal«r*—» ; 



••llaeUod. BFD. Mapla BtU 
••Ptak HUt 

••Pleaaant Vlaw, AlberUon 
••PaUa Me-.. BFD. WUUrd 

BFD. Wana«*-B B. 



••8«llh a. BFD. Ptak BUI 

••Kufford Me—.. CiarUad 

••Tfarhejr 

••Toi«alI, Hampatead 

••Wim* PUIna, BFD. <<»«»cU 



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•Rsraaed Abaesra 



«r MtatitOT Of Ktder 

tin tranalt or 



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to be ttrdatoad 



Htalalar 

Malrot- P 
Burrtaa M. 



Bafcart L. Barry 



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I^^aru - . 

eiada Vallay.. — — .- 

•Oaabtiry 

•<-tert Me- . Daabarf 

Partar Bayla. F. M . Japaa 
C Bra— w. Jr. •TrWIy. Wtertaa 
Brow a. H B l*« 

BrowB. H. B 

C Bryan Falr-aat. Lcttafi^ 

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nt Mtalater or 



Attaatllac 



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Boyle 



S« MINUTES OF THE 

W*tt M Cooper North WlUe«boro I>r. H. B. 8«IUi 

Gower CroMweU. Jr._ he* Mt-m . Wlni.lon-8«l«» O. W Mcl»«r 

•E H (Urtrell. Jr.. ». M — Br«tll 

I. K.m.ld Glow Pin* H.ll J*"^ «M»rt«» 

S.ndy Rittee «^red WUIUM 

•John B Gordon, H. K Wlnnton S»l*« 

«. T H«rn*«, Jr First, Uxlofton H I). Townt«<l 

••Oiarllon D. Buttoa. 1»..._ J«tk»i>n, Ml««. 

Archlr W Jon«« Me«d«w»i«w, L*xlnfton W U. Bmlth 

E Eu«»ne KlrhauiB HUhUnd. WIb.Uhi 8«l«B Or. J. U. Little 

••JulUn Lake Flrit. Wtniton-ftalem Hugh Joharoa. Jr. 

.Arch B. Taylor 

••John W. Luk*. ••Gl«-nd«l» 8prto»« 

••Brthel Miners, Wllb«r 
••Laufel Fork. IJ^urel Hprlii«» 

•Jamea A. McAtpla*. ». M J»l'«>i 

D 8. McCartj.- rir»t. Mt Airy J Marlon Burke 

8 L. UctUf _«»rir»t. KernerttlUe 

L- B McKelthea. Jr EUtn « T BUckburn 

Jane* H Monroe 'Ht Andrew*. ML T. Wlmiloa- 

Kalrm 
Mhwlea M. Murray (■.mlfmer i ' 

W O Netaon ••rUl Bock. Mt Airy 

•M W Norfleet. »^.Tn»t I TS. BL-hmond. V». 
■o*w f Phlfer. Jr. Old Town, WtattonSalMi ...A. I> Park 

•EMiBeth E Polteck BUI.). Rl S. Adranc* -. ...Walter Cope 

YadklnTllle — lamea WlllUmn 

■ R PO..U ^ 8eroa4. Uxlactoa «"«rl Yarbroutti. Jr 

U,ler l«he»pMA ••Aihwy. Bl t. Ut. Alrj 

••CoUlMtown. Rt S, muart Va. 
••rranrl»«-«i. Bl S. WesinelJ 
••HlUa. Bt I. Pilot Ml. 
•J U Balth. n. B PIM Ml 

John Robert Hmllh. B. C. Ik Exec 8ef WlMt««-8ale« 
••ThoMui I »»lth ''Mt Jefferaon, W Jefferson 

W R 8«IUi. Jr. BeyaoMta. WIb.Umi Saleia Jawaa L I>r« 

John B Htanley •Lanatog 

•roatcr Men. Huak 

•UUlMple. Appla Orora -- 

Ueorfe E RUplM. 8. W I»a»»dao« <oHe«r OarUlao. 

•Arch B Taylor. Jr.. W. U... J»I>an 

••Hlnrlalr Tebo Wlnaton-fUleW 

Bol^ert A WhIU. Jr . A.P. Fir.t. Wto.lon-8ale« 
J Harry WhltBM>rt. ■. ». T*o»a»TlHe 

J T TouM. Ir - rWI. Tb<.m««»lH» <" B Reld 

Tr«y A. Tmm. Jr fMUbraok. Wlaaloa- Bal— — W. J. Bule 

••Beutah. X»rtli WUMabBro 

VACANT _ ... 

( oreiiaat. Wtoatoa 8ai«H-J W. T«y- ttm. MockiTlIl* -■. B. Urew 

l_ ••Peak rrerk. Laurel «prln«» 

"t>tri-- •». 1. Jaffiraoa ••f«outh«ln»ter. Wiwaton Hatew 

•1^ Gap. Bt. t. JaffarMS "WUkwhor* 

MlatMar»~n 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



J7 



»l!HM%KV: The mhortt roll •hows that there were in attend- 
ance upon the mw-flnisii of Synod 3«o mlnt»tera and 30J ruMng 
•Idert, • lolAl of %93 In Bddltlon. there were 28 official fu^U 
of Synod preaent. • grand total of 7f«. 



XKW MISIHTKR« IVTRODICKD: The namea of the following 
MlnUters who have been received by the various Presbyteries 
from without tho bounds of Synod, or ordained during the last 
Synodlcal year, were read, and Introduced to Synod: 

ALBEMARLE: Glaan W. Olekwn, OrtfalaMl: Haflfc ». t»«a«. Or<alaa<: Ja*M 
Brattaa. Watt Vlrjlnla. 

COHCOBO: Bkk.rd A. Bay. Ori.l.a-: Laoka WfcHa. VIr.l.la: Markort L. U.«.r. 
,^i. Vir.i.la: L-tkar M. Ma.riy. 8.-th C.rallaa; C. M. Eflr*. Gaar,!.; Jay L. 
Katehla. Or^alaa^ : Cnrtl* Marpar. Vlrflaia. 

FAYETTEVILLE: Maleal. B. Baa-alL Jr.. Or*.!.-: *"'"*- " *''"'-^ 

uL iar..,; Spa ek. w..t v.r.ia..: Tka«. 7-"- °;;-j;;;;;^, **2r 

A Mvarx Jr Or#alaa4: rraak M. 8t*rl.tta. Jr.. fiaarfla: J. V. C. 8««aMrail. Ala- 
h.".rB.Mrt M. Urla. UPU8A; W.llla-. C. Cm-iplaa, OrOI.M: Vara., •r.ylw. 
0r4ataad : Bay 0. Taylar. Orialaa*. 

GRABVILLE: Umm A. P.„la. Or#.l.a< . L. *-»•'•»•'-• 0;*"~* = «^»" 
La... Ord.laa-: B.fcaH Caakraa. Saarpla: Ja.a. B. LaN. OrOlaad. 

KINGS MOUMTAIB: D..M C. WkHa. Or4.laa<; B.rta. L. Mrtl-atli. VIr.l.ta: 
„mm A Baard, Saatk Carallaa: Kaaraa C. Willi.. AtokaaM. 

•irCKLCNBUBe Markart Caraaa. Alakaaw: Bakart W. Haywaa*. Orialaa^: 
wmfaaTBaraarUPUBA: fra.k M. Bra... riar-a: W...... *»'-'^ J/ -•;';.; 

1.1 PaaMaa. Baatk Carallaa: O. M. Daltai. Bwrtk Carallaa: Cfcarl.. Batt. Ma.t- 
r Or-riSTJlr^-^ i'. Vlrplala: Ck.-la. .. B.ltaa. Jr.. Vlr.l.U: rraak 
Ta^J^'y!^^: Maaoa B. riakar. Or-alaa-: WIMIa. r. A.«IL Ord.l..-. 

OBANBC: Haraaa Oairty. Vlr,l.l.: J«ia»k •- '''•***:** ^^t\mL\ Wrllll 
." - - ——..- ,- 1, Taaaaaaaa: E. J. Baalta. Orialaa*: WIHIaai J. Wraaa, 

Ir"'i:::S Car.'i.I^."J W «.B.T Wa.t Vlr,!...: Bay K. Pa.ia..., Or-^.a-: 
ik-a^ CaatT Or-a^M^aa M. r.a.t. Or*al..d: Erk M.Q.«t,, Ordal.ad: J. 
A 'TBaTvi^lIu :1.ka E. t.-klr,. Or-.l.ad: 8. B. H.p.^ ^^'J^TJT^LL 
W«.<. VlrllalaiV.ai B. Aadar.... Tax..: lak. T. Bratkar.. Or«.l.a4: J. 8. Tlppw*. 
Alakaaa. 

W.LM.BGTOB: 8a..al C.rtl. •••"-•• °'-'i^-'';' ^'l:;:, T/al'-^: 
n..t.i P Jaaaaat FlarMa: Oraytaa Caapae, Ordalaa*: E<waN W. era.*. oraaia»a. 
WIIIU. ParklaV Orllllaa.: rra. P. Alkrlpk.. Appalaakla: Jaka G. Vl.ar. Balk 
Carallaa. 

WIB8T0II-8ALEM: W. 0. Balaa.. ■•..f.lpH: MaaM Gla.ar. 0r<al.a4. 

ORCIAXIZATION: The Rer. George L. Riddle. ^♦"JJi^^'f^^Sj 
Cherry vine Freabyterlan Church, Cherryvllle. N. C. wa. elected 
Moderator. 

M«»i»KR4T<iR-\OMlXKK: Dr Price H Owynn. Jr wa» elected 
MtHyr.K.^itut ; .!: ia«-. o t^« of Svnod The Reverend 

ModerBtor-Noininee for the I9t3 o«"«on «» ? . J^<» 
Jcwie Bralton wa« elected Ap.l.Unt Clerk for 1962. 

WEWX>M1!:: Greetings and welcome 77* "\^»f '^^J J,.f^,",;;;l 
hv ih« Rpv Albert N. Wei s. PaJitor of the First I re8D)ieriaii 
Church iTurinburg On behalf of Synod, the .Moderator acknow. 
[edged the gritmg. and expre-ed -PPreclatlon for the prepara- 
ttona made for the entertainment of bynod. 

HTASDINIJ CTIMMITTKEH were appointed by the Moderator 
a« follows 

Am-daaea: B*. J T^-l. L..ren.e, ,M., '2'lT.Li.!l"B;!!li ^'V h!^! 
lliarlaa H.«ty («» : Bu!lii« EMer J«ha Knox (KM). Blirtby . Bultaif «M« «>« 
CW). WllBlngU.n 



tl MINUTES OF THE 

rowood <r) I R*» Harold WhK. (A. : BulU., IKter ■■ H Mcr.rUnd (0). Olfrd. 
RullBf KMrr U 8 l-»rew (W8). MockwUle 

„St MtH^t U BUok <f.; Bulln. BM« B.lph »«,« <0). Burll«,U» ; 
KuUbc %M*t J. A. Grler «M). ( liartolU 

,^|,tto..: Bet E D. W.th«,po.«. (EM,. «»-''-'• ^•^^V*"?*'^';^,^^ ! 
M« Duii«. D UtrntyM (D : BuUm tMm Um» H IUn.h.nK (M). CharlotU. 
Rullni Elder Nelll MrK Bo.. (Fl. LllIlnftoB. 

RKPORT OF PRO<iK-%M CX>MM1TTEK: The R«r. Warner L. 
H.^^"7m.n of Te Program CommlU-. .ubmltted the follow- 
!nl re^rt which wa. adopted for thi. meeting of Synod, a. 
amended: 



PROGRAM OF SYNOD 

First D»v — Tuei»da> Afteraoon Oeialoa 

1- to— Synod Called to Order and Opened with Prayer by tlia 
Moderator. Rev. Warner L. Hall 
Enrollment 

Roll of New Mlnlatera {lntroduc«>d to Synod) 
Racocaltion of CandJdatet for the Ministry 
Moderator's Report 

Election of 1»«2 Moderator and Gierke 
Election of lt«S Moderator-Nominee 
Welcome by Hoat Church Dr Albert N. WelU 
Announcements 

Appointment of Standing t oimultteea 
Report of Program Committee — Dr. Hall 
Recognition of Ooeitta 
Communications Received and Referred 
Report of 0«B«ral Secretary (Stated Clerk and Treaa- 
urer)— R«v. Harold J. Dudley 

J 10— Report of Executive Committee of Church Eitenslon— 
Rpv W n MclnnU. Chairman 
(Home Missions. ETangell.m. Radio-TV. Negro Work) 

StO— PrniBBaent Committee on Women's Work— R**. Ckerter 

Keller. Ohalrraaa 

Presentation; Mra. B. Johnaton Irrln. PreaWent of 8y- 
nodlcal 
Permanent Committee on Homea— Rev Jerry C. Mc- 

Cann. Chairman „, ^v 

(Children's. PreabyteHan. V,m Black) 

Adrtrees: Report on Study of Children s Home— Dr. 

Alan Keltta-Lucas 
Permanent Committee on Aaeembly s General Fond A«e»- 

dea— Rer. Charles W. Worth. Chairman 
Special Committee on Ministers Salarlea— J. B. Brewar. 

Chairman 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



%% 



5 00— Formal Presentation of the College by Dr Ansley C. 
J^ore. President St. Andrews College 

«:00 — Supper 

Pl^l |>ajr — Tuenday Ni|thl Hrf»»loii 

7: JO — Worship Service 

Popular Meeting on World Missions 

ADDRESS: Why I Am Returning To Congo'— Dr. 

Hugh L. Karrior 
ADDRESS: World Missions". Dr. T. Watson Street 

Report of Permanent Committee on World Missions Rev 

Harry H. Bryan. Chairman 
Moderators Sermon: The Servant People . Rev Warn- 
er L. Hall 
Memorial Service for Deceased Ministers 
Presentation of Names by Stated Clerk 
Memorial Prayer by the Rev. R. T Bak«r 

Communion Service conducted by Rf^ , '^'S*''* ^ ^^/Jl! 
mS Rev Price H Owynn. Jr. and the Ruling Klders 
Of The First Preebyterlan Church Laurlnburg 

ADJOURNMENT 

HecoBd Day— Wednesday Morning HefMo. 
8:4S— Dovotlonal— Rev Ansley C. Moore 

f:«e — Roadlng of minute* 

• IK Reoort of the Executive Committee on Educational In- 

• **-""''JJi;iuon. Rev William C Bennett. Chairman 

» 45-Reporl of the Executive Comtnlttee on Campns Christian 

Life. Rev. Cheater Keller. Chairman 
1ft IB— Reoort of the Executive Committee on Christian Educa- 
1ft 16-Report or^^ James E Fog.rtie. Chairman 

ADDRESS:— Dr. Wm. B Kennedy 

U 00-Report of the Permanent Commltt^n. on J""''-;^;"^'-'' '**" 
ETuon*. Rev. Charles Lynn Brown. Chairman 
AddreM: New Delhi World Council of Chu^-*ee. Dr J 
R. CaamlnsliBnt 
U 41-Report of tko Pormanent Committee on Chr^tlan Re- 
" Ttlon,. RT. B. Frank Hall. Chairma. 

—Report of tHo Parmanent Committee on Annaill.-s and 

Relief. Rev. George L Rlddl... Chairman 
-Report of the Permanent Committee on «he Minister and 
His Work. Rev. Neill R MrOearhy. ( halrman 

12 Sd — Lunch 
rOO-Report of Synods Council Rev Ro«-oe L Prince. Chair- 

man 
3 0(»-Report of the Permanent Committee on Nomination.. 
R«T. R. R Oammon. Chairman 



MINUTES OF THE 



a 45 Mlgcellaneous Reports; 

Trustee, of Synod. W E. Price. Chairman 

Truatee. of the McCallum Eatate. Rev. W. B. Heyward. 

IVrmanTnrCommUtee on the rr«.b,t,.rl».. Surv^. 
Rev J. N. Brown. Chmn. , ^, ^ 

Permanent Committee on Standing Rule.. Stated Clerk 

Report, of Standing Committees 
Reading and Adoption of Minute. 
ADJOURNMENT 

m-KHTN: The foUowlnic per.on. were Introduced a. guert. 
during the meeting of Synod. 

rOMMUNK-ATIONH: The following communication, were re- 
ceived and d..no.ed ^^J^^^^^ _^ ^.,.... .. .. 

.. r .« «.. c..t^ 'r:;T;tr:::v^:'t,:.rn.rSS; 

S,Jl« .« tJ. C.r.ll... .1 C«.r. CMr.H .. »*^*m^ > '•« -^ -- "^ 
, rr«. or. Ar«..f -rtl.. f«— «H.. *^*'^"* J^J?^ J-i •» •»^ 

' I ::/u It .. «..t-. - '-^ <"•»--- *• **• ''^':''-nL« 
• [::ZnZ !^ .t «. -*.•- •» '-*»"'' ^-"-"^ '-*"'•' " '^"' 

■iMlM •■ ■••H 4 0«*HarM.» 

■t^iKmr OK THK «JKNEK.%L HWRBTARV waa made by the 

and itati.tical data 

early In l>i3 



SYNOU OF NORTH CAROLINA 



41 



The Report, with it. recommendationa. was adopted (Append- 
ix, page 531. 

UKI'ORT OK THK EXKCl TIVK «X>.MMITTKK OK |'Hl R^-H 
KXTKNSION was presented by the Rev. W. U. Mclnnis. t ha rinan 
Fending the adoption of the Report. Synod heard the following 
gub-commlttee Chairmen. 

Rev E E. Klrkman, WInaton Salem, on KtangeUi-m: Rev Rich- 
ard K Johnson. Wilmington, on Home MI^hIob-; K7'^»7, ^ 
irown. Greensboro, on lUdio-T^": Rot. Charle. E Kirkpatrlck. 
Forest City, on Neuro Mork. 

Dr Ben F Brown. Chairman of the Radio-TV Sub-Committ.*. 
introduced Mr Ted L. Daniel. TRAV Director, who wu* heard in 
a brief message on this phase of the Synod s program 

The Report, with Us recommendations was adopted (Ap- 
pendix, page 113). 

RBSOLrnOX to I»R. H. H. STONK: The following resolution 
was adopted by Synod: 

Wk«r«at Tht R«««r«M g.fc«r1 H.-ll- St.... O.O.. I. rM*rimt fr.- I*, attlw 
mi,Mn I. wmck h. *•• M l«Mlif.ll» •.r».< »•' tli»rt»-.l.. ».•" ••< 

Wli.f... .11 ot IM mi.Mn .« tSta Mr...t .1 Cfcrtot bM k... «»^« »* »*« 
•.Im H H^ C.r.11.. «. IM J'rwiyt.rl., .f Or..,.. H.rkU.b-r,. ..< WI..I..- 

c.*«ctty. 

Tl,.r.f.r.. k. H r«.l».S tH.t t». «,..- .f -Hk C.r.n.. I. tt.h «« 0.« J-*'^ 

JUi,~T». I«.v.r..« ■#. r. S«... C».lriia. .f Cfc.rrt t.t...».. f.r tfc. 

Oraa*. rrw»»Ur» ^ ^ kiukhak. Ck.tfM* 

HKI»ORT OF IHK I'KRMANKNT 0»IMITTKK OX WOMBXM 
WORK was printed by the Rev. Chester Keller, t'.sirman^ Mr. 
E Johnston Irvin. President of lheSyn..ll. a .presented th^an^ 
nual report of the President of the Synodlcal. and addreesed 
Synod. 

The RetK>rt. with It. recommendations, was adopted (Ap- 
o«»ndlx. page IS* i. 

UiCI'OKT OK THK PKRMANKNT ttlMMITTKK OX H(»S«M 
W.L orJ^nted bv the Reverend Jerry C M.(af.n. Chalrmaa. 

y^dlnTSr. adoption of the Report. «^""^.»'-^^Jl^ 'Vo'int LTd 
Ei^utlve Director of the Presbyterian Home. High P««n«- -"^ 
the Rev. Albert B. MrClure. Superintendent '•' Ij". .^"^"f " 
Home at Barium Springs Mr MrClure introduced Dr Alan KfUh- 
lucaa ProfeMor of Social Work at the I nlversity of North ( aro- 
ui i:nd Dr^elth-I.uca. reported to the Synod on a study made 
of thrchlldren's Home at Barium Spring. Synod thanked Dr 
Keith Lucaa for hi. Illuminating address. 

The Report, with its recommendations, was adopt*^ (Ap- 
pendix, page 172) 



RKPCRT OK PKRMANKNT * ^'^^*^,*fJ*^^^^SS!S^Z?- 
URNKRAI. KIND AGKXOKS was presented by the 0«aerai »ec 



42 



MINUTES OF THB 



retary in the absence of the Chairman. Rev. Charlea W. Worth. 

The Report, with Its recomin«"ndatlon«. wa« adopted. (Ap- 
pendix, page 167). 

REPORT OF THK HI'ECIAL CXXMMITTKK ON MINISTER'S 
SAI^RIRH wan pr« nented by the Honorable J. B. Brewer, Chair- 
man. 

The Report was adopted. (Appendix, page 188). 

RKI'ORT OF THK I'KR.HANKN'T CM^M.MITTKK ON BKgi'EHTH 
AND DKFEKRKI) CJIKTS was presented by the General Secretary 
in the absence of the Chairman. Mr. E. H. Crow, i'endinf; the 
adoption of the Report. Synod heard Dr. John R. runninicham. 
Director of the Presbyterian Foundation. Charlotte. 

The Report with its reoomm^ndations. was adopted. (Ap- 
pendix, page 168). 

I-'ORMAL I'REHKXTATIOX OF HT. ANDRKWH (X>LLECJK. Eh". 
Analejr C. Moore. President of St. Andrews Pre8byt(>rian College, 
made a formal presentation of the College to the Synod of North 
Carolina and commiisioners wf>re invited to tour the campus and 
buildings. 

RE41C8H: Synod took recess at 5:26 P .M . being led In prayer 
by thf Rev J. Harry Whltmore. to reconvene at 7 30 P.M. 



HRST DAY—TITESDAY NIGHT SESSION 

Synod reconvened at 7 30 P.M. in the Student Center and en- 
gaged In a Worship Service which preceded a popular meeting 
on World Missions, during which North Carolina missionaries 
present for Synod were introduced (See Quests page 40), and Dr. 
Hugh Farrior, Missionary to Africa, was heard In an address on 
the subject, "Why I Am Returning to C«>n»to' 

Dr. T. Watson Street. Executive Secretary of the Board of World 
Nfinsions, Nashville. Tennessee, was presented to Synod following 
which he delivered an address on World Missionii 

The Report of the Committee on World .Mlsslunn »a« prp^wnt- 
ed by th«> Chairman. Rev. Harry H. Bryan, and the Report, with 
its recommendations, as amended, was adopted (Appendix, 
page ISO. j 

Synod was led in prayer by Reir. George I. Riddle 

MOnKRAinR'H HKKMON: Dr Warner L Hall, retiring Mod- 
erator, preachfKl the retiring .Modei^alor s sermon on the subject, 
"Th« Servant People*. \ 

MKMORIAL HERVKIE: The names of mlnlstiTs who died dur- 
ing the last year were prenented to Synod by ttip Stat#>d Clerk, 
after which the Rev. R. T. Baker offered prayer of thanksgiving 
for their lives and service and on behalf of their bereaved loved 
ones. (Appendix, page it). 

lX>M>irNiON HRRVICK: The Sacrament of the Lord s Supper 
wae administered by the Rev Albert N. Wells, Pastor of the First 
Freebyterlaa Charch, Lanrinburg. and the Rev Price H. Owynn. 
Jr of St. Andrews Presbyterian College. Masted by the Rsling 
Riders of the First rreebvtirJan Charck. LMirfsterg. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



41 



r^Ai 1 Kn MSniNG OF PRKSBYTKRY: Synod ordered Win»- 
^«I',«m fJSJterv to meet Tuesday night Immediately after 
rdJo^rSeuT^T/rT^it the following business: 

-^ *~- ■« WMIISM r. L»M Hr tli« S»»Mhit»«« •! «*• 

4 T. M. -. tM CM .« tS. C^l^— Casr^ W tk. «... CSsrl- ««m. 

5 T. ..» .. ••» -"^» •^•'•« ••• •• '*• '*••• '•*"" 

AWOtKNMENT: Synod .Jio--\tUV^N^ S^e^.s Tm^^Lt 
benediction, pronounced by the Ke% Aio^r 
Wednesday at 8:45 A.M. 

SECOND DAY-WEDNESDAY MORNING SES.S10N 

synod r«o„v.„^ .. J JJ A M^.n -'^;«'--'f,»y;:",i",.r"i.d:" 
led in worship conducted by the Hev Ansiey 
of St Andrews College. 

ItlNlTKH RE.AD: The Minutes of Tueedays sessions were read 
and adopted. 

l^urlnburg. in the absence of the Chairman. KeN . » 

The Report, with Us rtMrommendations. was adopted. (Ap- 

]>endlx. page 138). 

HEI-ORT OF THK r^XE^^^-^iyVl^.^mi^^^^^ 

Chairman, who also spoke on the CCL, Work. ^ ,^_ 

The Report, with lU recommendations, was adopted (Ap- 
pendix, page 100) 

RE,.ORT OF THE HK^^t M^>7«,Nj;;;J^/;»ri'^^^^^^ 

i;;j^^7p?o7o^;?rn.^fT^^ '- ^'^ -'"• 

""p«dlng the adoption of the Report, «y""'',.':''*™„»;*Lj^'*'^' J 
MeO^chv Chairman of the Historical Committee, and Rev R. R 
SaSm^n^Chirrman of the Committee on Program. 

The Report, with the following recommendations, was adopted 
. TS.t •»..* mXMM . r,r«..«St C^mHm - »»•♦.'»«• -«^ 

C««tM«lal •♦ «•• »»»^ 

RKItrnT OF THK KXEIT^TIVE ^^^>*«f »TT» K^lglrtl'J'l^^r 
KIHJCATION was presented by the Rev Jamee K. i-oganie. 

man. 



^ . MINUTES OF THE 

Area Director, were also presented to Synod. 

glali «n the new Covenant Life Curriculum. 

The Report, with It. recommendation.. w«. adopted (Ap- 
pendix. P««e 10«>. 

heard Dr. John R < """'»«'^»"' ..Vew"V)e^h WorT^ Tounrll of 
byterlan Foundation, on the Ne* Deini 

Churchea". 



The Report WM adopted 



Rev George Webb led the Synod in prayer, offering thanka- 
Klvlni! for the ecumenical movement. 

(Appendix, page 177). .,„„,« 

,«,.,KT ..► THK '•«»«*^«>^, "riieV^B y^nu""l». 
««.Vlr i(i.M tTiii^H waa presented by the uev. u. rr»u» •"" • 

The HeiH)rt. with Ha recommendations, wa. adopted (Ap- 
pendix. I'age 170). 

but after lunch, reconsidered, and tableo. 

MOTION That the Svnod of North Carolina approve the 
?1 nTifhalSrVuh the Christian A. .Ion .^.«ue o Nor h 
U ii_- In,. mnA that the pr«H»ent trustees. eiRiii i" 
n^m^ilr' bl"rec'onfmin'ded to that body a. duly elected 
repreaentatlvea. , 

l-lllUtm: The MiKlirator expressed thank, to pubic r- 

latloV. media for coverlwlthl. mating of Synod 



MM -Km 

fil 



Synod itt tm M for lanch n:40 P M 
SECOND DAY-JaFTERNOON SESSION 



Synod reconven^Ml at 2 10 P.M. and was led in prayer by Rev. 
Ernest L. Barber 

THK RKPORT OF HYXOI>H <X»l NCIL wa« preaented by the 
Rev Ro«coe Prlnca, Chairman 

The Report, with It. recommendation., wa. adopted. ( \ppen- 
dlx. page 7 3). . - j 

itKIHlHT OF niK (XIMMITTKK ON RE<C>HI>H waa adopted 
.."amrn?^. .. Tpart of the Report of Byn^xl • Council (Ap- 
pendlx. page IfO) 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



41 



KKIH>HT OK THE PERMANKST t «»IMITT»:K ON ANNl'I- 
TlSJ*TMl RKLIKF wa. presented by Rev. N. C. K.rkland, a 
member of the Committee. 

The Report, with Ha recommendations, was adopted. (Ap- 
pendix, page 167). 

The Rev. A R. Tralg offered prayer 

RKPORT OF THK PKHMANENT C t.MMITTKK "J, THK MIN- 
IRWR AND H1H WORK was presented by Rev. Nelll R Mc- 
Oeachy, Chairman. 

The Report, with Ita recommendationa. waa adopted (Ap- 
pendix, page 181). 

IIRIH)RT OP THK I'ERMANKNT «><»MMITTKK ON NOMINA- 
Tlt^ri« p?eaemed by the Rev Richard R Gammon. Chairman 
The Report with Its recommendationa. waa adopted. < S. . 
mRK<T^RY and APPENIUX. Page 182) 

ltKI*nKT OF THK TRIKTKKH OF THK A. T. »lc<'ALIA M !•>♦• 
T^TO^ii presented by ,he General Secretary in .h. ai.-sence 
of the Chairman. Rev. W B. Heyward. 

The Report waa received a. Information ( Appendix, page 1 «» ) 
RKPORT OF THK l'*'"^ ^^^^^ tt>MMITTKK ON THK f'«fc> 
HYTERIAS HVRVFY *«» preaented by the Rev J >*■ ""^"^f^- 
JJalfmai ami pendln,r the adoption of the Report. Mr Ted 
Pratt. Richmond Virginia. Business Manager of the Survey ad 
drMMMd Synod. 

Th" Report, with It. recommendation., waa adopted < Ap- 
pendix. Page 183). 

By rising vote, the Synod expr«M«l appreciation to Mr. Pratt 
RKPORT OF THK rOMMITTKK ON OTANDINCJ Rl LKH wa. 
pr^ented by the Stated Clerk. Chairman. 

The Report, mlth It. recommendations, waa adopted (Be*' Ap- 
pendix, page 183i 

RKPOKTA OF HTANDINCi COMMITTKKH: 

AUewd-icr: The ReiM»rt of the Standing ^""J'"'"?!. "" „1*" 
t«BdMice was presented by the Chairman. Rev J Cerll l^i»rence. 
aa4 was adopted as follows : 

TIM Cifinii M *«••«•••• »sr»«v»* »• r««t»«««» ♦•' •■€•••. wksiNH* ky 
k^ ItaWt ••« Tsasfclat fWsr. •••• ..*-m.4 i^mm,H r^.-t« ^.^ •»*•'• 
ttai.lT stkci '•• k« •■*»•«- 

RECOMMCNOATIONt 

rt«M«i *i3» ailiit«t»r«: »•• 9*9** }** > 

(t> T..I m. ».tl.-l.« «I.M.r. .M .r. ..I ta .« ■.< . .«■ a^ *"V "•♦. **^ ** 
f.,.*,lt M f.e.M.# •» k..hn kM« .MMI tfm tth MMto* -HM.t ...... 

it? Mtnitttri *•• •* lit.) 
(1) Tkst »• t«ll*wi«t rl.Tt»« »• MWM* tf ••« M.I.. «•!»•• It*.'* »• •'• 

te««aM«. (M t*«r«»»* *** as »•• » 
(4> Tmi tfc. «.ll.-»«« .*•'*•►« ••» rwr.»,.l.« kf a.IlM EW" *• '"^^^ "^ 

IIM MtastM .1 »»IM># M Mt MIM •«»••.< <»« tli.rrt... «« S* !•■ » 



4« 



MIM'TKH OF THE 



rarMrMb • (^M« 204. IMI MtaaMt). 

(•) TH.t tk. f.lU«l ••• ••« Tt«.MM EW.r. k. «c-.M f.. H^/^ •»•*;*" 

,.r1. .1 .1.1. —...• .» t*—^ "•• Th..a. M. M...I-..: !«« !•»- • VN« 
Mr. i...* r. W.4.: *.». TM... «- 0..I.. Mr. *"•••■•••= "•''„*"^r 

w«fek: Of. T. V. wiNt.: «... R. L. ••rnr; «t.. * l M.r... f^. ^ .* .."/*? ! 
H.,. N. M. C.ll.r: Mr. Itoy »-««.: «... * N "'!'*r«" -i.!!!?"!.^!!! 
Mr. Lrtlwr C«.tl.r: Mr. W. •. B.rr,. Ill: «.» Ml.. «. M..*l.ii^J»«'. i««" 
B. T.M.: Mr. i.1.. t. ar.--: "•». •• rr.-h H.M: «w 0*. J.«« 

,7) Tl..t Ml.l.t.r. ..< «-lt-t EW«-» •*• •'« •HTTl!? ^^ I^ ^, 
rwiM.* »»r tk.k mkMM*. ^^^^ ^ CECIL LAW«EHCE. Ch«lr»«ii 

BILLK AND OVKRTIRKM: The Report of the Standing Com 
mlttee on BUI. and Overture* wa« preaented by the ( h«»rn.an 
Rev Nelll R McGeachy. and the report wa. adopted a- followa 
Tk.. Ik« ...rt.r. tr.. tk. «..«.lak Pr..k^.rla. Cfc.r.k ^l^' Jl^^ 

f.l.t Or.M. Pr^rfr,. k. .....r.- »• tk. ..lr«..H.. ..- " *- '■»r'- 

Cmmmm mmmmt .f at iMst •- r.ar....UtKr. fr.« -•* •* ^•^J^; 

ky«.rlM k. ••••law I. -ak. tk. m*9»M4 .«.«». ••- rM.n ». tk. IMS tyaaa. 

tk. H.«wiil.r to ••*. tk. m««IMm. 

KKMOIXTIONH: The Report of the Sl"J">'[,J;°'"'»'"^',°J' 
RaMluttooa wa. prewinted by the Chairman, the Rer. E. D. Wlth- 
erapoon. and waa adopted a» followa; 

O.r. k.. k... . .rHII... «kM. to. !»..-. •^. .•••^'"'tltil! ^ 
••t.rt.l..a to .-r k«M ..« ..Itof. fr tk. »r,l «'-•••• ™J^ 
•t tk. k.tto.lM .♦ tkl. r.»Mt to warM. ..f .to..r« tkMto to ^f ^ ^^ 

M«i.fl .♦ Ml. wirH I. tk. iMarto af »••• wW. »f.tk M.rw« ana "■ ""^' 
k.«« *•«• »...»»»• »• taHWhi^ •« • *»«^ •*•* *" "^ •""^ ^ 
kMrl* .f ..r ay.*< 

w. «r. tr.i.t-1 ».» »•"• ••'^- •••wito aa4 ••^*"'r»*^ •*,*?• ■"• *• 
M. W.«» ••« tk. rir«t Pr..k»tortoa Ckw^ tl U«ite >krfc aa« af pr. 
e M..r. %U tk. MMik«^ .t tk. rtat .♦ •«. Aaarai*. 
.•r ttof k.r. • ptoaMT. aaa aa toalrattoa. aa4 tor tMr 
II*. .f *mt •»«•» a..*. 

•r. ratotol to to... -k. to* .. to to. liaar.Ml.. C««..l.a •»»•« 

0.r tctlfa. I. ..!...#- to .N to. .#.•*.« -k. *•;• -IITTlJl'ii!;! 
^,r.r ..« ..M«to«» to *^»** -•-*•••'•* •♦ •^ C**^ .^r^^ 
IT.; .. -r-.- .« I.-H, .M rt.ll..,- .. t. ,r....r *«^.tto. to CkHI 

•■« Mh «.rk. 

acMmUnce of the Invltatloni from the Alammea and Urat Prea 
I^SSTn^harohe. of Or^in.boro to meet in Or^aboro Jane 11- 
IS. l»tS. beiclnnInK at 2 P M 

MINlTKf} RBAD: Minute, of today a aaaalonk were read and 
approved aa amended 

ADJOIRMSIKNT: Synod adjourned follow In* the klnKiag of 
a hymn and prayer by Rev Oeor^e L Riddle 



APPENDIX ^j 

i Si?0RT OF GKNKRAL 8Kt RKTARV. HTATKD 

" liKRK. AND TRKAHl RKR J? 

A. TrraHurer of Hyn«Ml 5- 

1 Christian Education Account g, 

2 Children'!! Home Account jg 
S. Preabyterlen Home Inc. Account ^« 
4. Guidance Center S* 

B. HtaUatical Report* of »*^''»^*'*r*;r ^vterlei " 

1. Stated ClerkB- Report, by »''-^«^y»*'^'*'" ,8 

2 Summary of Preabytery htati.tlcn 

*• °". , 1, _,»j__.fMH iKlre Year < oni|»i«rl!>.uii) »' 

C. Ht*Uatlca of Synod — HHIl tnrei«-i.r 1 

J p^rt 1— Vital StatUtlcB ^j 

2 Part II — Stewardship ^^ 

HI REPORT OF HYNOII H <M>rN<1J. ,j 

A. Audited Flii«B«»«i HWiewM-BtK ^^ 

1. Report of Auditor gj 
2 Am«U and Uabllltlea 

s! Synoda Office Account Financial ^^ 

Statement — 19«1 gg 

a. Public Relation. Account 

4 Higher Education Campaign Account ^^ 

(Raleigh Office) « j g7 

S. Campu. Chrlatlan Life ^'»nn>algn Fund J7 

t. Contingent Salary Fund -1961 gg 

7. Inatltutlon. of Synod roiieae i« 

a. St. Andrewa Preabyterlan ( olleg* jj 

(1) Peace College .. 

b Pre.byterlan Chlldrena Home J^ 

c. Preabyterlan Home. Inc ^^ 

d. Queen. College -. 

e. Union Theological Seminary J^ 

8. P»per» and 8«curUlea gg 

•*• ""X^mary of Aaaembly and Synod Cau-j-^»« »? 

LlpiK>rtlonment. to Pr«byterle.-lt«2 J- 

b AjSortlonmeni. of All t'aua«--lMS »» 

1 SviIoSrr Program 1»«3 I Admlnlatratlon. 

*• ^'^l^nu.i Meeting Publicity and Promotion. ^^ 

Council and Committee Kxpnam, etc ^^ 

VI. RBI-ORTO or RXBTITIVK I^OMMITWW ^^^^ 

A. Cmmvm» Chrtotlwi Ufa io4 
1. FtBaoclal SUtement— lt«l j^g 
1. B»dt«t— lti» io« 

B. CliHa«l«n KdiK««lM jj, 

1. Flnanii*! 8tateni«a« — lf»l ,,2 

o. ^^h''^:^..»'."»^|-.■|■'•"•« "'•"•■ "•r'Tw"^^^^ 

IM. B~lk.. < l.rt.tto. "rt-^; •»">•«"»"'*> J ;, 

B««4frt Mkl Metbodiat «.„.i 

T*W?lV-*«|.WInnl«l Ration and Spiritual ^^^ 

Birthrate ijo 

2. nnanctal Statement— lt«l i,,, 
a. 0«neral Receipt, and I^'J-J^^^S Fund 131 

! Sie^^-n^tarton Account :::::-— 1}} 
}. S?h^e'?Wtf.tlc. (Summarv of Olfff '""■ »»« 



4(i 



b. 



VI. 



VII. 



IX. 
X. 



Tabl»' I- App4>rilonment«. Acceptance* * 
Gifts bv PrefslivHTles „ u . $ 

Table II — Sustentation Aid to Presbyterle* 
Table III — Fivf'-> ear Summary of GiftH to 
Church Kxtenston 
1>. KducNtlimMl InMliulionn 

1. CoIIegeii and LTS 

a. Report of Sub-Committee oa Inatltutlona 

b. Students by Denominations (All InatltutlonBi 

2. Monographs of Institutions 

3. 1962-1963 Budgets of Institutions 

4. Educational Centers to the Synod (See 
Directory) -- -— ' 

B. Summaries and Comparlaons of Institutions 

6. Bequests 

7. Charts: 1961-1962 

I. Summary FIducatlonal Institutions 
II. Students by Denomlnatlo«« 
(Presbyterian Colleges! 

III. Income Breakdown by Institutions 

IV. Percentage Breakdown by Inatltutlooa 
Financial StatenienU - - - 
(n E^ducallonal Institutions (Commltlee) 

— 1961 
( 2 I Loan Fund 
(3) Balance Sheet 
Budget — 1963 - 
Guidance Center 
a. Financial Statement 
b Budget 
Report on General Assembly Advisory Council on 

Higher Education (None) 
Peace College Judgment 
RKPORTS OF l'KUM.4XBNT <X)MMiTTKKM 
A. Annuttirs and Hellef 

AnMtnhly'M (ieiK-ral Fund Agt-nck^ 
l»e<nie«l<« and Ih-ferred Cilfla 
Chrl^llMn ltel«U<»n« 

Higher l«:«luc»tlon AdvlM»r>- Cominltt*^* 
Homrft 

i. Children* Home with Budget, 1963 
r Presbyterian Home. Inc with Budget. 196n 
3. William Black Home with Financial Statement 
iBler Churrh KeUtlonn 
1 Financial Statement — 1961 

2. Budget — 1963 

3. Highlights of N. C Council of Churches. 1961 
MlnlMcr and HIh Work 
Sonilnntlon* 
l»n*«bjleHiin Hurvey 
Htandtng ltiil«*>t of H}-«o«1 
Women'o Work. Inrliidinit KtT»«»r« of 
HywMllral Pr«N>ii<lent 
World Mi*Ml«>RH 

RKINIKTH <»F AI>-INTI':KIM rOMMITTKI-:** 

A. MlBl«ter«" K«l«rl«". 

B, H«iKiuil><>nt«nBl«l (See page 43 > 
MIWKIJ-*^^)! H HEIf>KTH 

A. A. T. MH allam l<>t«lr « Financial Hiati^eWt 

B, Rrcorrt" 

O. Tr»««#'«Hi ( Xo Rep«»rl ) 

HT%M>fN«; III I.KM OF f*VNon (oinllt«>.1 in l»«2) 
MTKWAKI»HHII' HTATIHT104 (Tablt- l-W) 
HnxT^WlOX OF OI-'F'M'KRH —,.---- 
IXOKX 



8. 



». 

10 



11. 



12. 



136 

136 

137 
138 
140 
140 
140 
141 
149 

18 
ISU 
152 
163 
153 

154 

155 
155 
155 

155 
156 
156 
157 
157 
158 
151 



B. 
V. 
D. 
R. 
F. 



U. 



H. 
I. 
i. 
K. 
L. 

M. 




172 
173 
174 
175 
177 
178 
179 
179 
181 
182 
183 
183 

184 
181 

188 
188 

189 
189 
IfO 



111 
212 
111 



1. MEMORIAUS TO DECEASED MINISTERS 



RKVBliKND CHE8TKU ALJCXANDKK 

nn Sunday July 16ih. just after he bad preached th.- glorious 
on t»unQa>. jwi>^ j Chester Alexander was made 

f,:;St in KolSSrtnStd ImHla^tely paas into Glory. HI. body 
stllinltid to Christ was laid to r«*t In the cemetery in Burlington 
«n Tuesday morning. July 18th in the midst of the people he served 
so leirtnd who lofiKl him bo devotedly. Thus was closed a mlnl^ 
terial career marked by Joy and Irultfulnesa. 

He was born In Chester. 8 C. September 27 1898. t^* «° "J 
Newton Palmer and Delia McCosh Aleiander. He was Kraduated 
?rom the cSSel~S C. Military College In 1919; heentered Union 
ThMloglcal Seminary In Virginia and was graduated In 1925. He 
Itr Snled and ordained by Granville Presbytery May 1925^ His 
Srst pfsfo^te wan at Selma. N C. grouped with ^•veral home mis- 
sion churches. He laborwl here for 5 years 

In 1930 he became pastor of the Howard Memorial Pr«»«>y«"'" 
Church in Tarboro. N. C. His ministry here was outstanding^ not 
SJly did his church grow steadily, but his ministry touched tha 
entire county. He was beloved by all. 

In 1942 he was called to the pastorate of the First Pr««»>yterlan ' 
Chur. h m 'ituH^gton. N. C This was his -owni? «ne7X m 
In achievement and usefulness to the cause of <^»»^lst generally. For 
1° "in. he gave himself untiringly to the work of the n. " ^try- 
...Hnir the«. vear» the present church edifice waa planned, built and 
'XtVTillVVmonum.n, to his wisdom and ability to tnsplrj 
his people to acromplUh this great und-rtaking J' '^ " Pf'IS 
eiamVof beauty and aacrednes. '\ -"«"'»« ^Slt,/ande'£ 
« rv>...« were n. Id in the <hui<h in whirh ht- so earaaaiiy ana eiw 
Quen ly prcilaLi Ood . grace and love, ^be j.nic« were con^ 
3u<teu b? Rev Z T I'tephofl. Sr Dr T. H*°[y f"*^' ^VjX^l 
J. Dudley and the Rev. James E. B««n» at ll,®®»,^*;.;;"'I.;,Von 
and tne traveaide aervke was performed by the Rev Carlton 
;>rfcke?t. pSuTtor of the Burlington First Baptist Church. 

His entire terrlcm of S« years waa spent In the Synod of N C. 
If there l^ sny one fact that characterised his ministry It was 

this: hU h.*r, w'a. mied with love for f^^^JJ'" ^;^?"^ Vm. ,. ^^^t 

and his fellowman. He was truly a "Great Heart -Thl. Is the 

r«a»>n for the unselfish and untiring service he reoderwl In all 
phasOT of oar Church's work. 

one of his greatest Interests ^" U^»^^^^^S^ t'^rUZ 
Chairman of this Committee In Atbeosart* J^^^»y*J^*^^ 
vears In Orange Pre.bytery he waa an Invaluable member of tM 
Committee and served as Trwisurer for many years 

Ills interest In our Christian Colleges waa unbounded. A "^P"; 
sentatlve of Qwea. College this we-k stated that hi., leadership and 
ralln the rSS^t c.n.paign for this rl'^\r'Z:i.^TWuT^ o 

;ireirc^iJisra%^rr;ro%^f'".ri^^rH.^^^^ 

General AaMfsbly. 



^ MINUTES OF THE 

l^XoT,TvlrZy degree by Elon CoUege la IW6. 

*TL v.d a. Moderator of the Synod o, N. C. for th. ^-r mM.. 

New H»>P«. ('«mpu« Christian Life. 

New iK.pe. F . . , „. ,w,. of Negro EvangeUsro 8o«« 

one ran.e near hU heart *" ^J^nre from Orange Presbytery to 

-»./># vorrn work In our Aaaemoiy. 

of nor Church In all levels oT^i 7 ^^^^ 

,ook. out on the ne.d. whlU ^' ^ .amlnl.tr.tor. f.Uhfuj 

P^h;!Sin;'/'crtrita^t;tLght wen In his day and 

generation. 

Whf follow* In his tr«lB? «..,„»,• Hall 

supreme devotion to Chrtol. 

REMmKND WIl^UAil HAMII.Tt»X JOHNSTON 

Wl.Ua. Ha.lUan iohn.to„ -•^i;^;^^; oilman! "'snS 

York rouDtv South <-•«?; ".i^'^oVuon from the TnlversUy 
Mury noyd Johnston. After his gnwu- ^^, teacher 

?f aiuth Carolina *»•- ^-^'/.t^JSTcoUwa Theolnglcsl 8«»- 
mary and w.s ord.»n«a w „ Presbyterian Church. 

Hto first P f -:*'*, "I^J^:, "hlfh Je ^*m* • prof —or In 
ClaasMB. So«»fc ^ •'^"'*"*', w!^i nrandv VlrgtnU He was then 
xilorun^r »*^b>^«^L" to.T MT^lbvlrfan ch.rehe. In Jef- 
call«4 to .er^ • f««» «« '*"^ L.ww railed t« serve as P«tor 
ferson Ronth ^•^^^ll.^^^Xxr," EUerbe, North Carolina. 
„l ih. EU*rbe Presbyterian ^hurcn. carollns. l»«thel 

AMlty Fr«B»yl«rlM C*»"'^'=*',,.„ *L^ cornellns. North Carolina. 
SSl CornoM*. P^':^*n'^,,??h.^Tb from wbirh he retired In 
and then ac»ln to ^^*J^''^Jl^rt'jM'-<^l*^^^'* Iresbyterr 
11S4 Ha alto mrved aa Statea c^wra 

''li^ ..r Johnston was "'-^f -rw^^I'^'.o'l'^-iio^-- 
4yoSStti »f V,^„'Si.'4'c\7 I.^.'lnS s Jlngh't^ Mr. I h.l- 
E J"k»alon of Cloyef. 8o«th Carolina^ Funeral aonrk*. were 

„, „ 8«lth «' »«f';:j;fr*ri;.reicl'"pr,l l«. l»«t. at lUe Mr- 

ronduct»^d by nr J 'ecu i^^f^" 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA •* 

Ewes W*.«t Chapel. Charlotte. North Carolina. Interment was In 
Sharon Memorial Park in Charlotte. 

Reverend Mr Johnaton waa truly a aenrant of the Master, a 
living example of his teachlnga In recognition of his n>n«t«««; 
a.?, of «.rVloe In Amity PreabytoHan Church " Educational 
and Fellowship Building ha^ been designated the W. H. JOHNS 
TON HALL, rpon completion of thto building, a reception honor- 
Inp Reverend Mr Johnston waa held on Decembor •. l»ti 



KEVERR?n) UirGHMN ALEXANDER McLAfHIK 

1S70-1MI1 

The Reverend LaughllB Alexander McLaurln waa born In Mc- 
Coll 8 C. on October t. 1870. and paaaed away at H«5»»J*o»n» 
N C on July 24. 19«1. »t the ««• of tO year. He had been In 
falling health for several year.. 

He gradoated from Davld«>n College with tha degree of Bache- 
lor of Arta In 189J. and from Columbia Theological Seminary In 
lilR He was licensed to preach by Pee Dee Presbytery n liM. 
and ordained by Albemarle Preabytery In 8epteinb«r of the aame 
year. 

Hl« ministerial service waa In the following placea Stated 
Supply. Wll^n. N C Preabyterlan t;hurch. 18 tB. Evangel lat In 
Mitchell Co«nty. N C. 18W to 1901: Pastor of the ^••'o'*- ^^ 
P«ibyteSin Chunh ItOl to 1906; LlUlngton and Sardls Pr^ 
hytorlan Churches ItOi to 1»08: Paator of the Stateaboro Ga 
Preebyterlan Church 1909 to 1914; Joneaboro. Buffalo. »•>;'" /i*^ 
St Andrews Churche. then in FayetteTllle P^f«»y*?7- » V * *? 
1921; RowUnd and Midway Pr«ibyterlan Churchea 1922 to 1937. 
Ellae Church at RobWaa. N. C. 1937 to 1942 He was honorably 
retired IB 1142 hat aervad aa Temporary Supply In various 

[tur^JVZ'hSluA rayuevlll. P'^r'.i'^ref'of'iivVnri 
While at StatMkoro. Cki.. he aerrad aa SUtad Clerk of Savanna* 
Preeb>t«ry la llll a»d ItU 

It will ba aaM troa tk^e facts that his ministry waa a long 
one. of forty^T«i yeara in the actlva !»«*««'•• I^.?^'»r'?*'! 
aa Temporary Supply, nntll advaaclng yeara forced him to take 
a long ■ ■•da d raat. 

Mr McLaaH. waa marrlad firM to Mlaa >*"*^ "!»» °' f '" 
Park. N C. In 1899: to them waa bom a aoa Jama* L^^r,»f*f ['" 
Mrs MeLaaHa died In 1101 Hhi umsomd marriage waa to Mlaa Lli 
ilanHunter. of RogersTille. Tenn In 1909 To them ware born the 
following children Alice. Hugh h and Jean Md^urln 

Each of hla two wlvaa waa a great helpmeet to him. The ^^^ 
Mr.. McLaurln waa alao aapwrlally active In i*** J^omaaa Work 
of the 8y«od of Nortli Carolina, and serv.Ml as President of the 
WoaMM of the Ckar«h of Fayettevtlle Preabytery 

DarlBg hia paatorate at Ellae Church he Uaght manual train- 
ing m the BItse High School This w*. P*>«>»Wf.;»^'' *»,»»? f" i* 
skillful worker with his baada. aad could balM kaaaUful faral- 
t«r# and other things He was • oian of great e«Mmon sense, 
and line practical ludgment 



^ MINUTES OF THE 

T.. cio..n« year, or ,j'v »'^,,:- ,^^°w".oreoL^Tr:r. 
'^^L»r JJ^Jj. i;ntilei' oTinirrhe^morniu. ot eternity. 

RKVERENn OSt'AR H. WKLBORN 

— .nrf f-i>rri>t that we record the untimely 
It i. with deep .orrow and regr'st tnai we „ 

..?;u\'r!iuirM'°.rj:'r«. 'ieX-^r^ v. .hudr... c.™..... 

Sf.h Mrr.irel Jr. •nil O"*' Howard, Jr. 

"«''.;rr;«r.j.„--~-,«7V"X-r„".r.';.'-ss.' 

mary where be graduattyl In 1»5« 

He waa ordained to the Ooepe! Mlnlntry July 29 1»\«' '» ^^ 
Prr/hyTe" ";? ierldan and -- ^--Jir^^pranrthrc'^.An 7rZ 
byterlan Church of Tayloravllle M Mi«"tPP* •^^.^^''.he.*" churchea 
byterlan Church of Myer,M»»«;-J^^^ 1959 Mr 

well for three and one »»*'^ >^*^^_|!'y Vreabyterlan ChurrU In 

until hU death. 



II REPORT OF GENERAL SECRETARY 
STATED CLERK AND TREASURER-1962 

Ha»olo J. DiDixY. stated Clerk 

. „» »K> rnnnHl the Executlve Committee* of Campni 
rh Kn life Chu?crExten«Ion and Educational !n..ltutlona In- 

B»>que«tii and ^'^r™^,^""-. and HU Work. Nomlnatlona. Stand- 
fn^"S;.es' aid the'S*e.?«r-S; e"?.l C^^ reflet In part th. 

„*rk of Svncii Oftl« in addition, the Report, and the financial 
work of »y"<^* ""'"Vj*" Hon camnalitns and other causea pre- 
S^Tln V.°«r.c'r.r.:;r*"°;.nT.S».r.« .h. .o,.. >.ro,r.a. o. 

work of Synod. 

Annual .tatlatlc. hare been prepanKi Id the Office, and may ba 
found by reference to the Index. 

Duditeted Glrinft 

Benevolence Income to the aereral ageoclea 
iwo years may be compared aa followa: 



of Synod for tha 



Church Extenalon 
Educational Iniitltutlona 
Inter-Church Relations 
Campus Chrlatlan Life 

Orphani Homa 

Presbyterian Home 
Christian Education 
Guidance Center 



IMO 

I 5€.258 

268.765 

3.7S8 

41.084 

213479 

S7.7CS 

36.371 

10.121 





Inrrraae 


1961 


ne<-reaa« 


t S7.772 


1 1.S14 


268.647 


— 111 


3.92S 


187 


41.494 


410 


18S.182 


—25.197 


4«JM 


S.1U 


42.7lt 


«.M7 


11.71S 


U17 



|M7.m ♦•M.440 I-II.446 



From the above it is quite clear that the Synod gave |-lt.44B 
le*s to Synod's eaaaca laal year than in 1960 

year, a decrease of I12.44S 

. - .t^- .H».«n« what causes received the non budgeted 

Ital gifts income. 

A adit 



j^ MINUTES OF THE 

SyBod-. Offlc. (8« "Auditor-. Report" .nd .!«> the Report of 

synod'. CoMf ^ ^^ », t^e firm of A. T. Allen A Com- 

^" 'i^ISi pilll^e^iuDU lUlelfh. N. C. .»d h.T« been 

pany. C«tll»o "!»"« *r^# #>.» .n<ift« \r» available for peruwil. 

Al«) there f*'« ^S^J^^^^if, jrpropSed 1»€3 budget, for .11 th« 
•^•'.'**^?'^-£^'sJn^ ThWhTve b«n .pproTed by the 
:SSS "d bT^ We^J^hlP Commute, and .f r^rommended 
*A ftvMd bT the Council for ndoptlon. 

W^^lle'e that .1. of the «.lr.ment. of the IHl 8,.od Iut. been 

fnlfllled. 



Th« Hi.her BdacaUM C«mp«lf« of 1H« wm to ^^,^'***^2S 
-I5L SI itM- SSt^. colleetloM frWB Jannnry 1. 1»«0 tj^^jf 
?!2S!lir 11 l»MtoUlled »10t.042. and from JMoary 1. IHI 
D i B iW ft er »1. "T^' ,'°^g| |I| o7S Tor the flr«t «»rter of IHI 
through December 81, J*"- 'Vj «. r#Wted M church** with cor 
reclpu were llO.SSf ^.^J/. ** ^S^( $»?,8TS Mny. IHO). 

two year. *«o 

The unpaid h1a»c on pled<» W «« .umm.rl«d « follow.: 



Church PladgM 
Individual. 



I101.S75 
U.7U 



tlS3.034 
4e.24S 



flU.tOl »17f.r7f 






PledCM ■■ 

RecelpU 

EUpenae. 



1277,7X7 
.. 41470 



A .ummary of the two Campaign. In relation to Cmp«« Chrt.tta« 
Life follow.: 



AmouU Pledged: 
lA64 Campaign 
ItU Campaign 



flttSSl 

n7.7t7 

|470,ltl 



Campaign Receipt.: 

IWi -• 

IIW ■ 



c*- Aolk:lpa««-d 



5n3,&» 

|40f.7tl 
tl.7W 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



TOTAL RSCBIPTS: 

From Pladgaa 

Intere.t 

Challenge Fund Gift. 
U>*n: Stulti Fund 



Bipei 



through t/Sl/CX 



Dlaburaad to In.tlttttiuns. 
In Saving. 



t40$.7fl 
4.SS4 

23.000 
15.000 

t4&l.«7S 

40.370 

I402.SO6 

30S.S14 

t ^.9*1 



Sjraod Orowth 

Mm^ STBod reorgaaiMd In 1061. the total glfu have lacr,^ 
* .*?J?2«T» lt£JUl7!siS Benevolenc*. have Incraaaed tnm 
i?S.l*i'I*SL 4 MEjinf^^capS giving to total glfU ha. •*- 
•^•^V«2 Si ?fto*|lEuO»in** ounce per caplu Incre^ 
raac^ from »W;^1 *• -rh, ...tmti^hln has imawmU from U7.010 
from •14.27 to IH-tt. Tfca "fJfS*!^ tt^ISirrwa U4 to Oil 
to 141.040 The ••»t»''jj "gSlTll^ ^S^e sSdaj tell*- 
and the number of chureha. "?™-^\ *", -Ym7 
enrollment haa Increaaed from »».tM to lM.&t7 

Hrnod Hlrtory 
^^^ " « tK^rttctad the Stated dark tu begla 

;^ZL.JUm« iiMdoiiarter. In a flre-proof bulldtng. a Bumaw o» 
^KTSiii^ -nd ?elrloom. have »><«« '^"lt*L*»1'»Ji°* 
JSSSI Jir^ tSa. IW of the MS ^^^'^^.•'.tl'v^'Tf the'^ri 

r ^^''PS* *SSS;iS''ciSr^h! S^S^Alll"'^".rr dating 
utM of Lnlon n mmjlmm ^■'••^"* ,.' ,_,. nr a R MeOueen of 
♦.^«™ 1 19% And aama of t^ Pftper. of the late ur. a^. n,. mc^uv^ » 
l™^} ill- w!StL*1 la adWIttoB, th^-r* ar* alao drpoelted In 
1*^1^^ JiL^^^Mm£mi\A^eoim^^nion aarrlo* of the Union 
Hynod . OITUse Cor aw****!""* ^ ,. ^liaT K» lira. WUm William.. 

SS.r. Of union O^ureh. S^^ ,^Z"JU^,SS^cqZ!^ 
•ented to Synod « 0«te* >»' »»'?jK"f;i;*SJf^S5Srfcrf rUd. or 
Dunn. A uamhar of valaaWe »^^« "^Jl^ f Ii«?Jf JSIable 
parchaaad and now cMittltut* what la hwMBlW • 9amtm m ▼•••• 

matanal. for ^-•^'^■^ ^^.,^ ^^, .„ry Sunday. 

PorlnK the paat ^,y^J Jj^^iS".^ «t of th-m .till 
oae of the old ehanfew •• «• ^ItTmiMv vlalU hate yielded 
acU^ which were «»^SSriliiiS*»£riSlo addition I 
;:''' 'Slf/t 'irTiid2I-T?ftrJ!^rarkSK* P«.PI. I« the 

;:,:tfrto^ ^v^Hisrna^rnTSifh ^. isis::^ 

Church In the Synod of North Carolina, ana wn» m. 



„ MINITES or THE 

Meyer on The "*0'*lona i^cou oj^i^ Herbert S. Turner. 

"r'^'i' r.;^7lCk\«".^n madr^ble by . .r«>t from tbe 

^ rrr;ar:ibrbl*!;rn?burn/lS:.f.r documents and in r. 

1?n, convinced tbat |he ^^^-^ o' f^^- 'iVere^i Ua^m.nu;; 
unin recent year., ha. »>^^» "J'*^ °**\r^*^, uifortun«t«'>y P"**'*'^' 
hlatory of the Synod. " •»»»°J*"^^ "' "" J^" , depository for ma- 
»«eaa«. not until recent >«" ha« ^^I^^S^Jid Jrofltably (PMA 
tertala. document, are ^»^^^^^^ .hr^oe of r«^rch which W 
^^eral thou-nd <»«"•"; •./tf^li^tLt^^rhaiTlS. of the FoW- 
now have under way: and It »» bopt^ ,"w.^« toward, the erentual 

Carolina. 
Krc«imtnr«d«« lona : 

their cbarchoa to Synod'a Otflc*. 

^v w a^^iAM be encouras«d to examine carefully Into 
2. That Church BeMtona be *°*^"/"*~ ___.,.- ^f yaluable docu 

the matter of the *^^''''''^'',^^.^ ZlTf^hn^rUnn^nd Preaby 
terlan churcbea be '^•^""^T" *" „" materlala aa old photographa. 

• Th.l Ih. Kin chorrhe. ot th. STi.od whirl, b." "«•»•■ 'j^ 

■uatatBiBg. _kA 

o ^ ^»r<». It« crmtltude to all ot thoiie periK.n. WM 

i»r'*.rm.l.rl.U In tb« .rchl— "' ST»<-1 

. Tb.. 8,~4 «r- ... --P .r.s;rr:.'bV5:.^.;;nrr,"Jf'!s 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



IT 



1061 
% 3.333.49 
5.81S.1S 
3.194.2& 

2.587. 8t 

. 3.347.8" 

. n.l3«.72 

6.72«.«« 

3,S77.4i 

2.941.82 



s";„iv';!, "r.°i.?r.'ru.rcr™i'..e. <ro,„ >b. 8,b<«. »< 8.«.b 

Carolina to complete arrangementa. 

A TREASITIEU OF SYNOD'S BENEVOLKXC-K f *^^^ '^^ 

^Additi..nal Account, appear In their proper place.) 

, VinMMci.1 9t..m.«t-8,nod« Office i^rml Fund Account 
I. r^iwM^ ^.j^^ ChHatian Education 

January 1— I>ecember 31, 19«1 

(DO- not include contribution. «.nt directly to Committee 
iuvmm u Treasurer) 

Kec«Mp««: 

From Presbyter le«: 

Albemarle 

Concord 

li^yettevlUe ..-, — 

Granvlll*' 

King. Mountain 
Mecklenburg 

Orange 

Wllmlnirton — 

WlnHlon-Salem — 

Total From Pretsbyterle. 

From Other Source.. 
L. RIchardaon. 8r., Tru.t Fund 

Total Receipt. 

tM»l»arM*nH<«u: 

Receipt, remitted to Henry L) NIven.. 
Tniaurer ChrUtlan Education 

Account Balance 

fund 

. _^^«.wi'« <Mri«-«- trt-n^-ral F«»«l Ar<«««« 
•. Financial matemrnt — Hynod n imu-^ «^ 

With I'rr.byU-rUnthlldr^n* Home 

January I December 21. IMl 
iDom not l»eli.de conUibutlon. aent dlr«rtly to Home) 



If 

$ l.«M.t» 
4.295.84 

2.787.40 

2.547.92 

3.22«.B0 

10.«88.99 

M26«l 

2.851.18 
1.U0.91 



$42.7«222 |3«.246.2e 



148.00 



1S0.00 



$42,908.21 |I847Mr 



42.908.22 MJtttM 




Keerlpta: 

From Preabyterlea: 

Albemarle 

Cosoord 

Fay«4t'»*"« 
Granville 



9.14840 
U.444.87 
22JM2.21 
12.112.12 



•.S7I.U 

21.018.71 
21.4fl.40 
18.902.01 



S8 



MINUTES OF THE 



KlBCl Moantain ^. 

McekJanburK 

Onuifc ..«...~~ ^^._. 

WUmlnctoB „_ ~ 

WlnBton-Salem 

Total From Pr«'Bbyt«rl«i 

From Otb«T Sonrcea: 

L. Rithardaon. 8r.. Truat Fund 

ToJal R«*lptii 



14.B7f .«• 


1S,B37.41 


tS,488.1S 


S6.189.M 


17,1SS.5? 


17J14.M 


T.4M.11 


7.471.11 


6.94S.S7 


7.4«i.il 


$142.40018 


llBS.Mf.tl 



2C3.00 



SSO.OO 



|I48.M8.1« tl 62.»CS.t2 



I>labur»«-in«wt« : 

KuDdn Paid to Preabyterian 
Child ren'a Hom^ 

Acrnunt Balance 



142.««3.I8 - U8.HI.SX 



31. nnaarlal AtAtMBent — Hfwki'm Offtcr Geiterml rmd hrrommt 
With l*r«««»b>toH«ii Honw. lac. 

January 1— DacMilMr 31. INl 

(Do«a not inrlndf citntribatloaa aaot dtraetly to Homal 

RrrHpU: 

From Preabytt-rlea : 

AllMHMirta ..-^... 

OOBCOTv .~.~ 

Favrttevl!!*- „.>«„ 

Granville 
KIngK Mountain 
Mecklenburg 
Oraniep 

Wilmington — - 

Wlnnton-Halpm ..^.h~~~~.«— >. 



Total From Prfabyterlea 

From Othrr Soureaa: 

L. RIcbardaon. St.. Truit Fund 

Total K«r«tptii 

IMatH i r!wi »« « « ta : 

Fundo Paid to Pr4>abyt«>rtan Horn*, lae. 
ArmuBl Balanr* 



IMI 


IM« 


1 t.18S.4« 


t l.fl7.M 


S.801.7« 


3.M4Jt 


2.7SS.lf 


3.8Sf.4l 


3.SCS08 


3.18S.21 


3.484.71 


3.832.81 


t.K3t.40 


t40i.8« 


S.3»2.SS 


S.8S7.08 


2.104.44 


3.188 fl 


2.727.20 


3.083.82 


|II.Iff.» 


$34.423 84 



t$M 



.|W.fMJt 



88.808.3f 



t9M 



134.473.84 



34.473.84 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 

4. FINANCIAL HTATKMKNT-SVNOirS OFFICE 

FUND ACVOVST WITH OUlIlANi'B CKNTBR 

Jaavary 1— DacemlMr 31. IMl 
{Doet Not Imrlmde ContrihmtionM Bent THrettlt to Center^ 

Recwipta: 
rrmnPrcabyterlMi: *••* ** 

Albemarla » »" » 



X ( 



Concord 

OranTlll* 

KlBgs Mountain 

Mecklenburg 

Orange 

Wilmington 

Wlnaton-Salcm 



Total From Praabjrt«ri«« 

gapport from Contingent Salary 
Total R»c«lpU 



1.888.78 

1.088.33 

780.73 

t74.M 

3.186.74 

1.811.48 

735.86 

891.13 

..111,788.32 

4.600.00 



I 711.74 

1438.18 

1.874.88 

749.48 

•84 JO 

S.0U.70 

1.663.89 

848.86 

884.86 

fl0.6S0M 



$18,838.38 $10.620.H 



mafcTirMienta: 
Funda Paid to Guldanca Cantar 

Account Balance 



18.nS.38 



10.680.M 



B. OTATIHTIfAL RETORTS OK PRKHBYTEKUW 

I. Stated C^l***a' R#T»<*«^» <*» i»r«^l»jrt«-«*W 

(t) Al>twarla Prealnrt*^ 

summmn ** mlnlatar.: • c»«4ld»ta«: 9.594 fo™'""':"}': " 

cJurcb*; VBlua: $6,403,600; » •""•-•Jfiifon. IS 
300 profwalona: chnrchea raportlng no profaaalona 15 

Mtmtm^tmm BMoHvd: Re» ie«^ M. Bratton. Jr . Bluaatone. June 
JV^KT; iS^Rld H Brwln W„«ington. Jun. 27 l»8^^R.. 
Charlaa M. Voflw. Coi^ord. October 10. 1981; Adolph Otera«n. 
Jr.. WllmlBltoB. October 10. 1981 

MtelM^ni IH.mi»a.^: Mr. RaaMril R ^aTla. Lexington, January 
23 19*1; Bmr. C. Irrlnf LawU. Montgomery. Deee^mber 3>. i»»i. 
"eV H Ewn«Tl.omp*»n. Mecklenburg. Norember 8, 19*1 

Mliit«t^f« R.-Ur^: RaT. Olen A Wllllama. December, 19*1 

l-hiinriM-* i»r«»»lard: Frank Price. Wllaon. March 12, 1981 

mont. Fabrmary 3*. 19*1; Rej. J^^M- ""t! f ^f!^ ^^• 
Rocky Meant. July 1*. 19*1; Rf /•W " ^Zltl Tum^%' 
Heptambar 10. 19*1; ReT Hugh ^f^V^H^^'J'.i'l'Viti: 
19*1; »•▼ a\m W nickaoB. Mac«l«fl«M-B«tfcB»y. J«ly 9. lt»i. 



. J>JUJ*i*llilW . " ' SW .•(' n 



fl MINUTES OP THE 

Rev. Charles Voyles, Hollywood-Chlcod. October 22. l»fl; Rev. 
Adoiph Otersen. Jr.. Bear OraM-Roberson. October 22. 1961; Rer. 
John N. Wn»on, Frank Price-Faith, June 11. 1»61. 

l>iM.loral Kelaftonn IMpmm.ItihI : Rev. Glen A. WIlllamB. George Klr- 
hy-AnUoch. August il. 1»81; Rev. Jesse M. Bratton. Jr.. Rocky 
.Mount 2rnd December 31, 1961: Rev. C. Irving Lewis. Guldsboro 
Ist. December 31, 1961; Rev. H. Eugene Thompson, Berea- West- 
minister. November. «. 19il. 

(MjidldMles HvcciTcd: Rev. J. Montague Cook. Charleston. Jan- 
uary 24. 1961; Rev. Hugh S. Evaus. Wilmington. Juno 27. 1961; 
Rev. Glen W. Dlrkson, Kings Mountain, June 27. 1961; Rev. 
Charles Yeurgan, Examination, July IS. 1961. 

Cundidatpe MmbIsmhI: Rev. Davtd C. White. Kings Mountain. 
.March 21. 1161; Rev. Ben F Williams, Abingdon Presbytery. 
April 18. 1961; Rev. Roy Taylor, FayetteviUe, September 6. 1961. 

(9) Concord l»rMibyt4?r> 

Huiumary: 81 ministers; 13 candidates; 16.884 cnmmunicanU; 
76 churches; Value: $7,723,400; 69 manses; value; $1,127,980; 
434 professions: churches reporting no professions 16. 

Ministers RrrelTed: Rev. C. R. Carter, Concord, January 17. 
1961; Rev D. D. MacBryde. Chicago (UPUSA). January 17. 
1961; Rev. R. A. Ray. Atlanta Presbytery. July 18. 1961; Rev. 
Locke White. 8r.. Appomattox. October 17. 1961; Rev. T. B. 
Nelson. Mecklenburg. October 17. 1961; Rev. G. 8. Calhoun. 
Gianvllle. October 17. 1961; Rev C. M Eflrd. 8.W. Georgia. 
October 17. 1961. 

Mlnliit«-ni IMsmiiMrd: Rev. 8. A. Gates. S.W. Georgia. January 1. 
1961; Rev C. H. Sides. Enoree. June 1. 1961; Rev. J. H. Arm- 
fleld. Asheville, August 21. 1961; Rev. W. P. Robertson. Orange. 
May 16. 1961; Rov. 8. W. Newell. Hanover. September 4. 1961; 
Rev. A. G. McKee. Westminster. August 21. 1961; Rev. T. O. 
Bird. Kings Mountain, August 21. 1961; Rev. C. M. Voyles. Albe- 
marle. August 21. 1961; Rev. W. N. Hollandsworth, Lexlngton- 
Eben^-xer. November 20, 1961; Rev. W. A MrCutchen. Norfolk. 
March 20. 1961; Rev. M. 8. Woodson. Orange. August 17. 1961; 
U. V O D. McPall. Asheville. March ro. 1961. 

Mlalnters Hetln-d: Rev. E F. Thompson. January 1, 1961; Rev. 
J. W. Hassell. April 18. 1961; Rev. L. T. Edgerton. April 18. 
1961: Rev W Ted Smith. May 1. 1961. 

I'aatornl KelatioBs Kstabltabed: Rev. C. R Carter. 8hearer and 
SherrlUs Ford. January It. 1961; Rev. E. D. Wttherspoon. Jr.. 
Forest Park. January 12. 1961; Rev. D. D. MacBryde. Moores- 
viile First. February 19. 1961; Rev. O. 8. Calhoun. Popular Tent. 
October 22, 1961; Rev. T. K. Nelson Story Memorial and Siloam. 
October 29. 1961; Rev. C M. Eflrd. Harrisbarg, November 5, 1961. 

PsNtoral ReUtlons I>l«M>lved: Rev. 8. A. Gates. Salisbury First. 
January 1. 1961; Rev. E F. Thompson. Spencer. January 1. 1961; 
Rev. J. W. Hassell. Story Memorial and Siloam. February 20. 
1961: Rer. L. T. Kdgerton. Popular Tent. March 20, 1961; Rev. 
W. Ted Smith. Royal Oaks. May 1. 1961; Rev C H. Sides. Jr.. 
Harrlsburg. June 1, 1961; Rev. T O. Bird. Rethaay and Elm- 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



•1 



wood August 31. 1961: Rev. J. H. Arm field lI«Uy. August 3^ 
Tt^^; nJ A. O McKee^ l^noir First.^u y 31.^^^^ 

rV^olllriS.pte.ntrr nk^^^^. a Camson. Harmony 
and Tabor. September 1. 1961. 

■> ^i...^. Pov Janu«« E Carriker. Examination, April 

R A Ray Atlanu Presbytery. July 18. 1961. 

Candidates IHsn.l.«^: Jerrold Lee »/-»;"• ^'^.J^'*""- ^•''•' 

14 mi: J P*"* L'P«- "*^ '^'^^ ^ 

C.«dkl«t«i l»f«I»ped: John B Wilson, July 18. 1»«1. 
Candidate IJcen«rd: C. R. Carter. January 17. Itfl; R. A. Ray. 

July 18, 1961. 
Llcentlales <>rdaln«Ml; (' 
July IS, 1961. 



R. Carter. January 29. 1961; R. A. Ray. 



(8) Fayettrvllle l»re«byterjr 

Hammar,: 82 ministers: 16 candidates; 18.138 ^-o"^""*"'^*;;;-: 
M cSJ^hes; Value: f7,410,onO: 59 """J^" ;[•'"; »'*'^''"" ' 
478 professions: churches reporting no professions SO. 

MInlMrn. Received: Rev. W. Kemper Fitch. Jr . Greenbrier March 
r 1961 R^ F^nk M Scarlette. Jr.. Augusta-Maron. Jul> 27 
?961; Rev. WiUlam M Alexander. Nashville. ^Pt-'nJ';': 2«^;»^V- 
R.v Woodson P. Booth. Orange. September 26. l»«l- ^\- J" 
bert .M Url^ Northern New England. I'P . »^^«"J^^ |' \\\\' 
Rev. J. V. C. Summerell. North Alabama. December 12. 1961 

v.. I.. ^ n(«ml«.ed- Rev Cower Crosswell. Wlnston-Salem. Jan- 
J*irlT 19?r R^L-Uhton B McKelthen. WlnMon-Salem. Jan- 

;«y 24 iVili Rev. Henry L Reaves, ^^^^^f- ^^^Z''"\ hii' 
Jt;'; Rev *«. W. Walker, .North Alabama. October 3. 1961. 
Rev C. R Terrell. Kings Mountain. November 14. 1961. 

Mlnlst*^ Deceaaed: Rev. Jain e. J^°yJ.^^"'"%Jf^" *' '^*' ' 
BCT Laughlln Alexander McLaurln. July 24. 1961. 

Pss^orai R*I..H«. ^^^^^l^ Taw« ''g" y^^if "iJ'n.^l^m' 

FrJS?;, U 1 97l ReV El.no. A WhUloTk. Phllllppi. Kebru- 
Febreafjr 12. 1961, uev. r.nn ^ February 12. 

mi'Rl"w Kenfp^r n.ch.^^^^^^^^^ 1»«1: Revjohn 

P^sUpb^so'i; Weirinster. April 30 1961 ; ^^^'^'^^^^^.'Z* 

^ii^in^v ^^"a. SKwn'^uroTtoraV w.T ^"^^"' 

l-airtorl IU4-yo«. W««lv«l: Rev. C »■ f 'Vnuff "oo^dwln^ITc- 
j.naarv 14 H61- Rev Henry L. Reaves. Jr. Bluff, oodwin. mc 
iman wich 7 i»61?Rtv. Cheve. K Llgon. Brownson Memor- 
2 llirfh 7 19'6 ; Rev Charles M Murray Gratia. A«««t 17. 
mi: R.V Jc W. walker. M.xton ^-^^ Oc °ber 3 196K ^. 
H. Dewey Herring. Ebeneser. November 1«^ »>•»• ^^ ^ **" 
dolph Terrell. I.«urel Hill. Novemb-r 14 1981 



MINUTES or THE 

^rt A M,.r.. E»or.e April H. 1»«1 

C..*«..~ -.PP-i -«;•• -•or-A-O.lroi'. 'A "AVril"... 
M. Craven. April i». i»»». 

(4) OrwiTllk' Pr«*byt«nr 

iti ^mnMAmtem 12.05? communtcanu: 

340 profeaatoni; churche* reponin* » v 

o vriahv Wilmington. October 
M.„.M.r, H-'«--'= ^^'i {fj^rran Sa^nnah. Octo^r 17. l»ei. 
17. l»«l; R*v Robert M. Cochran. »« Wilmington. Au- 

l.gni. JulT 1« '»•' .. ,.,, 

^,„^„ ,^^ B.. «.'". B. carry. J.« L. "'^ 
.*„r,h™ ..r..,„.«..: N.. HOP,. Wl.lo. Sprl.-. 4. » >«■ >•"• 

w^;:r.^r.' ci„r;.-nJ^ s'^.r;. W.-.V.}.'- • 

M^.fcHAril- Rev A. O. Courtenay. New Hope. 
Pant—I iMaMO^* ■*■■■'■'■'"• „ u«jit» Ernest Myatt, January 
OcloKrIS. »»"^ "f' „?„'^]^h^, ""b'anr Memorial. March S. 

1». Ifil: R«»- "• P- !^7^r A«o MUner Memorial. July »»• 

l»fl; Rev. J. Raymond j^^^J „^*leUh Flrat July 3". 1»«1; 

lllx lUv. L. Adlal Boyd. ^ *^ • *Vf'Sfn GrawV Cre«k. Hebron. 

Rev RnSprt M. Cochrnn. ^'^''-^Tl^^^l'y ""BnTloe I>cember >. 

. . . k^i.i Rnvd Weatmlneter Freabytefy. 

July 18. ^''•l: J^^'^°!f.I^'jl,v!rmT*lK^M^^^ Hung. ^- 
lUount Batton. Examination. Jj/y ^'g^^^;;. lamination. October 
nmlnatlon. October n. l»«l.M«»o°»^^^^^ October 17. ll«l; 
17 lt«l: Jamea Pippin. J^oilf . ^L- in tiil 
Jl E Hoilowell. E.amlnatlo«. October SO. l»il 

r.«m,U.^ .H.™.«^: W B Cartrtght. Hanover. AprU 1«. 
r„d.4..e. Drop,^: Stanley W T.mbUn. ApHI li. it*l 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA •• 

^SJpi.iS Ocfo" V iTmi; J»ine. Pippin. 0«.b.r ». 1..1 

(6) Ktmsa Mount alf« Pr«^byt«'ry 

-... K9 minlatera- S candldatea; 9.314 communlcanU; 4f 
chTrTh':^; vllo'Ta!^' 000^^^^ manae.; value IS40.700: 218 
profawiOM: churche* reporting no profeealon. IS. 

wi.ut<>r« ReoplTvd: Rev. Keeran C. WlllU. Eaat Alabania. Aprtl 
^l iT^T R^ Tav or O Bird. Concord. September 6. 19«1: Rev 
^dw.n*a- b;,^. Meclc.enburg Septemljr 6- IJ-y^,^- Barton L. 

ti^irn;Son%Ttrmb^:t";K^i ■^\ «">T?H It 

^ttevlUe'^Jwa*ry 23. 1M2: Rev. J. Arthur Beard. Enoree. Jan- 
uary 23. 19«2 

»< I ...^ ni.mi.iiMl- Rev Erneat T. Thompaon. Jr.. Mecklenburg. 
rbr^S;?ri';T?;Tfer J% Bu.hardt^ south C-^^R^e/VTrJ 
16 l»«l: R«v W S. Patterson. Orange Aprl 4. IMl. Rev. i-ara 
H Moore, Central Mlsalaelppl. December 31. 1»€1 
MInlMen. ne««i*d: Rev Oacar H Welborn July 31. Itll. 

frtoral Rrftion. E.i«bltahed: Rev Keeran C W»»>«- W«*,\»?7. 
AurlTTo. 1J«1. Rev David C White. Caatanea Augnet 27 lf«l 
Rev Frank A. Elliott. Ltncolnton Flrat. October »»«». Rf^^ 
Sarton L Hellmuth. John Knox. October !»• !»•»•. '^•^^^'^' 
Slrd D«n«n. Creek. September 24. IMl; R^^- «^_;^ ^ ^f^I 
Wow wAn. Il«itember 24. 1S«1: Rev. C. Randolph Terrell, man- 
r.; reb^^'aJTu m2: Rev. J Arthur Beard. Heph.lbah Feb- 
ruary U 1»«2 

PMtoTNl Relatl..ii» lX«..lved: Rev Erneat T^ "^^^^^U^I^, 
ir^« Knox February IB. 1»«1; Rev J H Buthardt. New Hope. 
March 15 mi; R^^ »*«rk H. Moore. Arm.trong Memorial. 
DMMiber St. l»il 

C«ndld*U.H, RroHTTd: David C White. Albemarle. April 18. l»«l. 
CandldHt.* Ortlalard: David C WhiU. Augual 27. Ifll. 

(•) MrrkleKkaurt Pr«*byterjr 

H«mm*r>: 12.. minlatera; 4t candldatea; S4.304 co«amunlcanU; 
m churche.; Value: I1M67.75*: *\^*'^' Tfj^.J^^H^'- 
ioo *i9 profeaaloni; churche. reporting bo profewloo. tl. 

mmlMU-rm Recrlved: Rev. Glenn Robln^in. «••»»»•'; ^?^"7oil 
iVrrilev Robert Smith. Central Mia. Jann^ 24. \»«1- ^^ 
T AOnW PayettevlUe. January 21. i»«l: «•' ■^J^^fTJi 
•ou. Klnia Moanuln. April 1^ J»«l; R«J "L. J«i^8 im 
Alabama. July IS. IMI; Rev. D «• !>«"« ^r.^l/'i'rih.m Ic- 
R*T. W. C. MeLauchlln. Orange. July 18. ^••*- "fl ^I!^ win. 
?he.ney. Wlnaton-Salem. Jnly l» Jf«J: «*" "^^SJ^OrtS^ 
cheater: October 17 ISSl: Rev rrank B"*"". J^^^^.^^jJ? 
17 lifl; Rev Mill. J Peeble.. Charleaton. -'""•fj.;'- "•*' 
Rev CharlOT B Sutton. Appomattox. January li. i»»« 



«4 



MINITES OF THE 



Miniiient Iii<.niiHKe<1: Rpv. Richard C. Curnow. Loutolanna, Jane 
13 1961; Rev. E. <). Bvrd. Klnjc* Mountain. S<«ptember 1. 19«1; 
Ri»T Robert Couaar. Weatmlniter. June 13. 19€1: Rev. T. B. 
N.lBon. Concord. September 7. 1»61; Rev. Stewart W. Yandle. 
New Orleans. October 17, 1961; Rev. Lawrence I. Stell. Weat- 
mfnater, October 17. 1961; Rev. l^niar Kincald. Newark (UP- 
rSA) November Zl, 1961; Rev. A. l^^Ue Thotupaon. Savannah, 
Deceinber 31. 1961; Rev. Ben F. F.rgu»on. Fayetleville, January 
2,T 1962; Rev. Jaroea F. Keller. Florida. January 23. 1962. 

MlniMcn HellrtHl: Rer. J. 8. Garner. April 9. 1961; Rev. John 
A. Carrlker, May 31. 1961. 

PaRtonil KrUtlcMiM Eatabllahed: OJen B. RobJnaon. Hickory Grove. 
February 6. 1961; Rev. Erneat T. Thompaon. Jr.. Selgle Avenue, 
May 7 1961; A. Jack Morrlaon. McQuay Memorial. Febru-.ry 6. 
1961; Rer. Robert L. Smith. Indian Trail, January 29. 1961; 
Rev T A Oulton. Park Avenue. February 6. 1961; Rev. D. H. 
Dulln Rldnerreat. July 23. 1961; Rev. Betta Huntley. Turner. 
July 23. 1961; Rev. Frank Brown. Foreat HllU. October 22. 
1961; Rev. Oren Moore. Westover HllU. October 22. 1961; Rev. 
Robert W. Hayw<K>d. 111. Candor. Auguat 6. 1961 

I'NHtoral H^-UlloB* IMi»)»olved: Rev. John 8. Carrlker. Eastmlnster. 
May SI 1961; Rev. E. O. Bvrd, Cameronlan. August 31. 1961: 
Rev T E. Nelsoo. Blacoe and Star. Auguat 31. 1961; Rev. Richard 
Cnrnow Sooth Park. June 16, 1961; Rev Robert W. Cooaar. 
Nrvln May 31. 1961; Rev. Stewart W. Yandle, Commonwealth. 
October 17. 1961: Rev. Lamar Kincald. Wllmore. October 17. 
1961; Rev Lawrence I. Stell. Trinity. November 1. 1961; Rev. 
A. I^eslle Thomp«»n. Sugaw Cre»k. December 31. 1961; Rev Ben 
F. Ftrguaon. Pa«eland. Heulah Salem. January 31. 1962; Rer. 
JameK F Keller. Pliievllle, January 31. 1962 

C«R<Ud«tr» H«-elve«1: Robert Haywood. HI. Tranafer. July 17. 
1961; Roaeoe B. Fisher, Examination, January 14, 1961; Owlght 
Olln Chriateabory. Examination. April U. 1961; Kenneth Kelly 
Havla. Examination. April 18. 1961; John V lowing. Jr.. Examin- 
ation. July 17 1961: Jamea H Saxon. Examination. July 17, 
1961; Jo« C. Davenport, Examination. July 17, 1961; Robert 
Oradv Love. Examination, July 17. 1961; Mlaa Margaret Hood. 
Examination. October 17. 1961; Victor H. Wallace. EKamln«Ulon. 
January XS, IffS 

C'*ii<1l«l.*te» l>««nil»aed; Donald Nance, Appomattox, May 31. 1961; 
8amu»l Schulkln Florida. June 9, 1961; ReM Huntley. Norfolk. 
June 9 1961: H Howard Smith. Knoxvllle. April 18. 1961; 
Kenneth Orr Montgomery. April 18. 1961; Michael Ix>uta An- 
drews. Westminster. April 18. 1911; Joe Sandlfer, Hanover. 
April 18. 1961; Vernon R Hunter, Eaat Alabama, April 18, 1961 

UveniJateaOrdjaned: Beiu Hantley. July 23 1961; Robert Hay- 
wood. III. July 16. 1961 



(T) OnMicr l*?e«*yirr) 

Mmwhuut: «J ministers; 9 candidates, 2.1,813 eommunlran«a. 
8fc eharchaa: Vatae $11. 267. "SO; 66 mansea; valued at 11.289.- 
SBO; profaaalona 6ti; charchea reporting no profeaalons 2S. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



tt 



MiBiMer^. H«-ceived: Rev. PhlUp J. Lee. WestminKt.r. January IS. 
1961 Rev. Clifford D. Caldwell. Mecklenburg. Jannao' 19. 1961; 
Rev 'waiter H Goodman. Wilmington. January 19. 1961; Re\ 
William Brown. Mobile. January 19. 19fil; Rev Douglas L P»ul- 
-on Wlnston-Salem. April 2o. 1961: Rev W S Patterson Kings 
Mountain. April 20. 1961; Kev W P. Robertson. Concord April 
^0 1961- Rev. A. V. Ray. Holston. July 20. 1961; Rev. Hurac.> 
n.'Douty'. Lexington. July 2'>. 1961; R.-v. J. S. Jo"*'". /""7;'- 
July "0 1961: Rev. Jos. E Wood. Appomattox. July 20. 1961. 
Rev Wm. J. Wrenn. Jr.. Bethel. September 14. 1961; Rev. M«r- 
Hhall S. Woodson. Concord, November 2. 1961 

Minister* DlamltuMHl: Rev. Carl E. Mills. U>ulflvllle. K^-bruary 26, 
1961- Rev J W. Anderson. Enoree, June lo. 1961: Rev. John Ij 
Parks Jr Augusta-Macon. August 15. 1961: Rev W. C Mc- 
Liuch'llu Mecklenburg. July 11. 1961; Rev. J Don Skinner. 
VVllmingion. July U. 1961: Rev. William Ploijk. Congaree Ju v 
•0 1961 Rev. Woodson P Booth. Fav.tt.-ville. July 20, 1<««1. 
Rev. Robert Lee Turner, Charleston August lo. 1961 

Ministers Iks-eMMHl: Rev. Cheater Alexander. July 16. 1961 

MInlMen. Retired: Rev. F. S Johnston. May I. 1961; Rev. J S 
Jones, September 14, 1961. 

Churrhe. OrnanlwMl: For.-at Hills. High Point. N. C . May 7. 1961 ; 
Jo>ce. Slonevllle. N. C . November B. 1961 

|>«Moral Relatloaa Katiibll«heU: Rev Walter H. Goodman Sedge 
field January 29, 1961: Rev. William Brown. Faith. February 
5 1961 Rfcv. Jamea H. Wade, Hlllsboro. February 26. 1961; Rev 
Coy Bovender. Shllob. May 14. 1961; Rev t>«uit>«» l-, ^^W\ 
.Slier City. May 14. 1961; Rev Eric McQultty. El m;^hel. July 23 
1961 Rev M M Foust. Farmville. Cumnock, and Gulf. Jul> 3h 
1961". Rev. Roy K. Patterson. Meadowslde. July '". »?*>; ""^, 
A V Ray. Wentworth and Smyra: Hw. John A Uomeldorf 
llrenlwood. Sentember 10. 1961; Rev James K Wood. River vie w^ 
September 17. 1961; Rev. William J Wrenn. Jr. Grler* and 
Pleaaant Grove. October 8, 1961. 

Pastoral Kelalloas DliMWlved: Rev Carl E Mills. Meadowalde, 
Fabruary 27. 1961: Rev. James H Wade. Asheboro Hrst. Jan 
uary 3.» 1961; Rev Frank S. Johnston. Griers and Pleasant 
Grove \prtl 30. 1961; Rev Coy Bovender. Stony Creek and Oak- 
view. April 30 1961; Rev. Woodson P Booth. White Hill P.>rket. 
and Fuphrunla. Rev E. C Thornburg. Beaaemer. June 1 1961; 
Rev John G Parks. Jr., Relds'ille Kirat. Auguat 1 5 1 961 : Rev 
H. Reld .Montgomery, Glenw.»od. August ' » . l»«» . '\7, ",,;*V'r 
Skinner. August 1. 1961, Northslde Rev John U Dail. Black 
Mpmorlal. Duember 31. 1*61 

( andktatea Rrc^Ued: Roy K Patterson. Transfer. July 2'». 1961 ; 
Eric MrQullty. transfer. July 20, l961: Cary t.. Sloan. Ill i-.x 
amlnallon. July 20. 1?61 

t undldrttes IH^mUMHl: Curtis Medlln. Bethel, April r<». 1961 
Hsrry H. Phllllpa. Montgomery. March 17. 1961 

(-•ndldsiea l)r«rpcd: Andrew T Brlatow. April 2", 1961 

i aNdt«l«4«ni Onlalaed: Ray K Patterson Eric McQultly. John T 

Brothers M M Foust 



M 



MlNin-KS OF THE 
(H) Htlmlnfcton I1re*b)ter> 



81^^h««: Valu«: $5.»27.400; 50 m.nMw; v.lu«>: f.U.BOO. 
326 profe««lon»: churchM reiiorting no profennlon* 3.. 
MlRistrm IVwlvwl: R«-v. John O. VUer. Enoree. July 18 1J«1; 
Se" J^TTklnnT. Or.n^e. October l'- 1»«J = «r',.'";^n.h. 
ChlW««.. OranvUl-. October 17. 1»«1; Rev. Fred 1' Albright. 
Jr., HolMon, April 1». 1»«1 

Minister. IM-n.KM..I: U.v J S. W.lkup Enoree July l^- »t«^: 
ReT R«W H. Erwin Albemarle. June 20. 1»«1. Rev Jamea k. 
Frfby GranTille. December 2. 1961; Rev Frank A Elliots KlnR. 
Mounuln. Auicn.t 2K. 19U; Hev Aldolph Oterson. Jr . Albemarle. 
September If. l»«l 

MinlMter.. I>rcr«»ed. Rev. Eugene Black Carr. January 1. lt«l. 
MlnUten. tU'tlrH^: Rev J W Miller. September 1. 19tl 
lli«rrhe« Ornanlw^l: IMke-Rocky Point. Rocky Point. N. C . May 
7. Ittl. 

flitirrhe« [NMM>lvr<1: Pike. Rocky Point. N C. May 7. 1»«1 
Rocky I'olnt. Rocky Point. N. C. May 7. !§•! 

|>»»tor.i KeUtl«.u» >:M«blUlMMl. Rev Herbert T_ L**»«. «"""»»- 
uH. January 22. IMI: Rev, Fred P Albright. Jr McClure Me- 
morial. April 3«. l»il: Rev. Edward B^ Uro«i. J"-*" ^^ J«'y "' 
l»ll; Rev. John H Jacknon t'alypao and S'*"^*""**- ■'"'V '•*?"' 
Kev William T Perklnn. Kal«)n. July 23 1S«1: R**;;^ «"*;*,';J„^ 
Childr^.. Carolina Beach. October 22. 1»61. Rev J^ T>on Sk»nn«r, 
Jackeonvllle First. November 5. 1961; Rev John O V Iwr Wlld- 
ilill JniuM •. IMI: Rev Robert 8 I,lnk r^^^J>-»ll ^'^J^.^T'; 
M 1»«1 Rev I^uH V LaMotte. Bladenboro and N^hlte Plains. 
Sepiemi;er 1. 19«l: Rev Henry U. Reave.. Tabor CUy •"d B™n.^ 
wick September I. l»«l; Rev Drayton Cooiiw. Routhport and 
New Hope, t)ctober 22. l»«l 

PMtoral Relation- IMNwiived: Rev. Herbert T Lewla. Faiaon and 
ralviMo January 22 l»fl: Rev P L. Clark. Mt William.. June 
?J'mi Rev J H \",kur>. W,*tmln,ter and WhItevlUe July 
is' l»«l:' Rev Reld H Erwtn. Bethel. June 20. »»•» ^ "'"' J*™*" 
R Fri.by. Pink Hill. December 2, 1»«1: Rev r7«»k A^ K'""}*^ 
Bethany. AuKuat 28. l»fl: Rev Adolph Otemon. Jr . Pike-Rocky 
Point. October 2. Ittl. 

raMydMt4>« RerelTrd: Archie Smith. For Goepel Ministry under 
rare of Preabytery. July IK. UCl . Edward B^ Oro... Carlisle Pr«- 
bytery (I'PUSAt. July IS. 1»61: John H Jackson. Bethel Pree- 
brtery July IS 1»«1; William T Perkins. Hanover. July 18. 
IMl; Paul AuMin l^yton. F«r Gospel Mlnletry under care of 
Preabytery. July 18. lt«l. Drayton Cooper. Harmony f resby- 
tery. Jaly 18. lt«l. 

raadldiite* l>r..p|ied; Albert T. Outlaw, October 17. Iffl. 
t andldate, i.l.^»«-«i: ^klwardH Oro... July 31. lt«l : iobB H 
Jackson. July 30. Ifll; William T Perkins. July ». l»tl. Day- 
ton Cooper. April 18. 1>«1 • 
lif^tlales OrdaliMHl: Drayton Cooper. October 2 2. Ittl. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA > •' 

(9) Wla«l««-^l""»** 

S«^«r,: »4 minUters; « candidates. «-^»^ ^"'''"yi°''-""'.lj 
^i^hZ Value: M.OOt.BOO; 3S manaes; value: |58l».. 00. 311 
t,?Sfe«ilons; churches reportlnf no profe«ilons 14. 

.. 1..-W*. umv Hnwer Croaawell. FayetievlUe. January 
^i'T^T? "STv'lillhtin B McKe^Xen. Jr . V.^ettevllle. F.b- 
ruU V. i»c'; R^ D. Ronald Olover. Ordination. July 23. Ifil 

MI«We« IH.«.««-Ml: Rev. Dawe. B. Oraybeal. '•'•^•"^;["J«' ^Vi' 
uary 1«^^19«1 Rev Doufl.s L Paulson, Orange. March 9. \9*\ 

MtoJsterH K.tlre.i: Rev. O. V. CaudlU. January 1. l»tl. 
, hurclM^ Or«i.nl«^: Kernerarllle First. Kernersville. N. C.. Feb- 
ruary 6 mi. Blount Jeller«>n. We*t Jeffera«.... N C Au- 
KtiHt 27. IMI. 

,1,urclie« lH«-.lved: We^ Jefferson We.t J/f'-r;"". ^^ J^^J" 
eust 27 1>«1; Oblda. OWds, N. C. Aurubi 27. 1»«1. Jefferwin 
Jefferson. N. C August J7. Iffl. 

^rt" FeU: vT/^ I. Rei: ub ScKeitSJi' ir- «ij»-- r.t 

Zn !• »•!• luT D. Ronald Glover Pine Hall July 21. It.l 
He' D Ronald Olorer. Sandy RWge. July 23. lf«l. 

Januarv 31. ISil; Dawea B. Oraybeal. Sandy '*»°«f- •*"■•"«• * 
f «" Rev. Do««la. L. Pa«l«.n. FUt «o«^^- ^•^J,^ »"»* "*' 
Grahim C McCheaney. Covenant. Aufost 16. I til 

l.iMlld«ie. KecelTed: David Joe C*li»«y. ;""»»«»» ««»-JJfy» 
itil D Ronsld Olover. Tranafer. June 1. lt«l: J««n«» ^'^•*°f"j 
lSll.;inatron""lttoir S. !*•!: Oscar L. Culler. Examination. 
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111. REI»ORT OK SYNOD'S COUNCIL 

Rfy. RoM.-«». Pwxtr. Chairman 

The Council iiit^t twice during the past y«ar. both Umf in 
RdlHirb Minutes of the meetlnit have bwn recorded. 

l*r«>KTiuii of K)iiud 

Synod ordered that World Missionti be emphasized during a popu- 
lar meeting In 19*i2. Tuesday night of these sessions was designated 
as the time for this part of the program. 

Plans for the celebration of the 8«W|ai-C«Bt«BDlal of Synod iti 
I9C3 havt' been In the making for mor« than a year, and will be 
reported rtn by the Chairman of the Senqul-Oentennial Committee 
Stifftce it to say that the meeting will be held in Greencboro in con- 
nection with the Alamance Presbyterian Church, where Synod was 
organised October 7. 1813. 

The Committee has worked in cooperation with personnel at St. 
.\ndrews College and the First Presbyterian Church of I^urlnburg 
in completing arrangements for the meeting this year. 

PHbllc Relatiotis 

iiy »tri«t ecutiumy we spent only $19,922 in 1961 oil an approved 
budget of $24,000. This Included the cost of editing, printing. aB4 
mailing twelve issues of the I'rttbyterian SewM and the usual new*- 
paper and other publicity such aa the leaflet, "The Work We Do To- 
gether." I>ue to removals and other causes there have been aev 
eral changes in the personnel serving as aasistant editor of the 
Prrtbytrrian Srtrt and publhity clerk. The public relations procram 
via TRAV is reported in connection with the Report of the Execu- 
tive Committee on Church Extension. 



Thongh three of the agencies of Synod which are totally depeoi- 
ent upon Synod support for salarlea of workers, were faced with a 
deficit at the end of 1961. the Agencies averted indebtedneas becaaae 
of the availability of the Contingent Salary Faad. This fund has 
proved a godsend, and in the opinion of your Council was one of 
the wisest steps taken by the Synod In recent years. By virtue of 
the Fund. Campus Christian Life. Christian Education, and tlM 
Ouldanrc Center were able to md the year without a deflrlt. 

.%»kiacii aM<l Arrr^mmrt'% 

S)n«Ml HKkfd I'reHbyteries and rhunher for a total of t2,fS2.HS 
for Assembly and Synod benevolences In 19fi2. They have accepted 
t2,M4,2i€. or $SRi.i02 leas than the amount apportioned. They were 
••ked to give $l.&25.ei8 to Asaembly's Causes, and accepted tl.241.- 
r>02. or $2H4.11« less than the amount apportioned. They were aak- 
*-4 to give $1.127.3&0 to Synod's Caaaea. and acweirted |I2S.7«4. or 
$304,5«i less. The amount ac<-epted of Synod's Aakingv for 8y»otf 
Caaaea la 73%. A y^r ago tJie Preabyterica acccf^ed $749,872 wlileb 
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SriKNi $1,127,860 

8pM»d and AnarmWjr Oi.i»i|Mtf«Nl 

The Synod of North CaroUna again led the General AsMmbly (18 
Synod-) In toUl «lfU. in total to b*neTolenc« and toui to CurrjBl 
EuH-nwii The grand toUl of glfta were fl 5.307.8 < 4 tad IMM.H1 
morif than the year before. ..,,*•-« •?«• .„ 

The Synod aaked the Prenbyteriea to give a total «' •*•«» 'Tw* « 
Aaaf-mbly and Synod rau*<M combined daring Iffl. TMf* *^ x 
Dorted were $2,452,083 (In contraiit to 12.350,522 th*- prrrtOVajTMr). 
or 93.53% (98.08'* the year before). Thl« may be CMBpArad M 
f ollowa : 

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Aaaenibly Cauaea racelved 4.29% more of the a.klng» than the year 
before. ..r an increwe of $84,418. 8y«odt Cwwee ^•^^J^.^i^*^ 
leaa of the aiiklnga than the year before, or an »n«r^ oj »17.1« 
The two cauaea together received $101,681 mor* Uua la ItfO. 

North Carolina atood ninth (11th a ye*r a<e) la 1981 among the 
ShmST In the percentage of gift, toade to Aaaembly • Canaea In 

relatkw to •»»«»P«*»«"*^^ - .^^ ^ A.kiM. for botb ft.itmtlr 
Oalr UlitliW l«l»in •oeepted !©•% of AMUBgs fw pow Aammmj 
and Synod ca«a«« for 19«2. Moekloabvrg aecoptod In fnll Aaeem 
S!?. A^SnS^ IHI. Tbe Preabyt^e. ranked " follow, for 
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Other littfwardxhip statiitlcs show toUl gifts of $15.S07.tlS In 

li»81; Benevolenren— $3,735,807 (budgeted— $2,495,810; n<m-ba^et- 

.d~$1.239.997): Current Bxpensee— $7.894,«&9 : Building Bxpenaee 

-$3,877,049: Comblned--$11.571.708. Tbeae ngurei< compare with 

tbe preYtoai* year as follow*; 

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$ S.646.8S9 


$ 189.978 


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2.383.967 


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1.181.872 


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$16,807,616 


$14.292439 


$1,106,178 



Total per caplttt giving iibowa an increawc over the previoaa year; 
llkewiae. i>er capita giving to benevolencea; and Cnrrent Bxpenaee 
lacrenaed from i'>1.42 to $53.21. Following la a nummary and com- 
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The Synod or North Carolina ranked 9th among the 18 Syaoda In 
total per capita giving in the General Aaaembly in 1981. $108. <9th In 
1980). Tenn^Hiee wan Orft at $117. In Benevolenrt^ per capita. 
North Carolina rank<Hl 5th. $28. (5th in 1940). AppaUchia waa flrat 
at $39. 

It Is couMrvMtlvety eHtlntated that the member* of tbe ByiKid of 
North Carolina withheld a minimum of $11365,086 or 46% of 
their tithe in ri-lationshlp to income In 1981. The income of Prea- 
bytMlaaa in 1961 is coni>ervatlv«>]y estimated at $271718.0«0. 

AtUtfhed to ihiii Report are the following docnmcnta: (1) Sum- 
mary of 1963 Prupoffed Henevoleace Budget for Aaaembly and Synod 
Caasaa. together with propoaed dlatribntion of aame (ApportlcM- 
meata to Preithyteriea ) : <2) Aaditu of all accounts handled In 
Syaod's Office for IHl: (3) 1981 Budget for Synod's Office and Pr<v- 
gram of Work: and (4) Statistical Data. 

fmiMultjMlvc tXtnf er e ac *' 

Rtprwaatatlvea of Synod atteadoi tko Consultative Conference at 
llMitfaat lart SeiMembcf . Aa a reaalt of tbe Conference, aome rather 
drastic changes are antiri|Mited In the d«'Vflopm»«nt of the Steward 
fhip program of tbe Preabytertan C. H Ont- d*-v».l(ipment la reflected 
In the fact that tbe OeiMral Coancil recommended to tbe recent 
(General Aaaembly tbe adoption of a biidg«K for 1963 more nearly 
la tine with actual glvlmr In 1961. In hopes of cinaing th^ gap be 
twaM Aaklaga and Giving 

RvMHHakMlaaa : 

That Synod accept tbe apportionment of the (l«D«ral A aae mb ly 
for 1»«3, and aadaaiw>r to ralaa the total amount, whl^ U 
ll.S27.018. hrokmdown aa indteatod in th*- Ta)>ie on pagv 98 
That Sjmod accept the following budget for Synod Caua«a fur 
198$. and endeavor to ralae tbe total amount, which Is $14$MS2. 
broken down a« indicated In the Ti*hl#» on page 98 



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3 Thm the u>tm\ Benevolence Budget of Synod for A>is«'inbly and 
S)n«)d .ausen for 1963 amounting to I2.66S.260. be apportioned 
to thi' i*««veral I'r»^bytfri«'P on the baain of the following formula: 
1/3 for membemhlp; 1.1 for benevolence contrlbutionn to Af»- 
Hembly'H and Synod's AKtnci«»« for the last three years; and 1/3 
for total coatributiona. leM building expease. for the laat three 
year*, aa Indicated in the Table on Page 96. 
4. That the proinwied Budget for Synod's Office and Program of 
Work for 1963 in the amount of $59,444 be approved See pag«> 
99. 
.■). That the per capita asiieMnient of MM for 1963 for support of 

Synod's Office and Program of Work be approved. 
•i That the ('.PA Audited Finam ial Statements <.f Institution^. 
and Agencies of Synod which have been examined and approved 
by the Committee on Finance and Audits, and endorsed by the 
Council, be approved by Synod, and the Committee be empowered 
to complete the examination of the remainder of the audits for 
rwitrd as soon as they are available. 
7. That Synod express its gratitude to the Trustees of the L. Rich- 
ardson Trust Fund for generous gifts to the Synod's Agencies 
». That the separat.- report by the 8ub-< ommtttee on Re<ord8 be 

adopted, as amended. 
9. That the 150th Sesalona of the Synod be held at Greensboro. 
Alamance Pret«b>nprlan Church and the First Presbyterian 
Church as join! hosts June 11-12. 1963. and that Tuesday and 
Wednesday evenings be designated for special emphasis on 
appropriate themes; and that commlasioners be charged a nomi- 
nal fe« to cover expenaM involved, 
lu. That Synod atx^pt tbe Invitation from Or. C. Grler I>avi8. Presi- 
dent of Montreat. to moat at Montreal June 910. 1964. 
II. That Synod expreas tto sympatby to the Rev. and Mrs. Rowrue 

Prince in the loaa of tbeir son tn a trsftr accident in Texas 
IJ In answer to the Synod's Instructions in 1961. under Recom- 
mendation No. IS of the Council's Report, we recommend the 
following (p. 82. par 5. and p. 83): 

(It That Synod reafrirm its endorsement of the Presbyterian 
Development Fund (General Assembly Capital Funds Cam 
paign). and request each Preabjrtery to ctmsider giving its 
uiricial endorsement to this campaign. 
(2» That Synod authoKiie the Stewardship Committee of Synod's 
Council to request ta place on ths docket of the Fall meeting 
of each Presbytery \of Synod as a part of this year's Steward 
ship emphasis. 
«3) Thst Sym>d authoilse a Pre-Synod Conference on Steward- 
ship tor \u:> 
(4 1 That the StewardHhIp Committee be aulboriied to set up a 
retreat this Fall for Presbytery rsprsantatlves for the ex- 
change of ideas and stewardship IHroBOttmi. 
1.T That the attention of Synod is called to the fart that the Long- 
Kange Planning Conference ordered by the laat Synod will be 
beld In Charlotte July 10 11. 1962 
14 To the I.iong-Hange Planning Committee was referred a resolu 
tlon bv the Synod of 1961. calling for a study of the whole pro 
gram of Stewardship In the Synod, the findings to be reported to 
Syaod In 1961 (1961 Minmtra. p 48.1 
Tonr Council would r«««pertfully reply to the R^olotlon of 



Synod to the effect that (1) the progresa of Stewardship in the 
Synod of North Carolina la under continual study by the Coun- 
cil through its several committees. On the Council are compe- 
tent business and professional leaders who contribute fresh In- 
sights into matters of Stewardship; (2) already announced Is a 
Conference on Long-Range Planning for the Institutions and 
agencies of Synod, scheduled for July 10-11. 1962. in Charlotte; 
(3) plani^are being made for a Stewardship Conference in the 
fall of 1962: and (4) the attention of Synod is directed to the 
recommendations made to Synod by the Council In 1961 as re 
gards capital funds campaigns and an eight-yesr stewardship 
program. 

15. That all Presbyteries be strongly urged to have representatives 
at the Spring meetings of the Stewardship Committee and 
Synod's Council. 

16. That the new book by Dr. Luther P. Powell, Jtfoncy and thr 
Church, based upon lectures by Dr. Powell on the subject of 
Stewsrdship. Is commended for reading by church officers. 

17. That the following be elected as members of the Committee on 
Nominations, Class of 1965: Granville. Rev. James B ReavM: 
Kings Mountain. Rev. Sidney Maxwell; Mecklenburg, Rev. John 
R. McAIpine. Ill; and that the Rev. Julian Lake be elected 
Chairman of the Committee on Nominations, to serve a term of 
three years. 

18. That the appropriate recommendations from the Report of the 
General Council to the 1962 General Assembly, be approved, to 
wit. Nos. 1-4. 10 16: and that s|)eclal attention be called to ref 
erencea to tithing. MpcK-iflcally the following: 

(I) That the ministers, elders, and deacons of every church In 
the General Assembly engage during 1962 In a study of the 
Ribllcal teaching regarding the tithe using as a study guide 
"From Theology to Stewardship", a reprint of the Fteport 
of the Ad Interim Committee .»n the Tithe to the 1961 Gen- 
eral Assembly available free of charge from the General 
Council. 

(21 That Presbyteries use the Every Church Canva«<s in 19CS to: 

a. AppesI to church oflicer* to become tithers and to teach 
tithing to the members of their churches. 

b. Inform church officers about the benevolence program 
of the Church and encourage them to devote an increased 
percentage of the budget of their churchen to benevo- 
lences in 1963. 

19. That chnrcbM remit monthly one-twelfth of tbeir total annual 
benevolence acceptance making the contribution to benevolences 
the drat responsibility to be p«M by the church treasurer each 
BMSth. 

20. That the calendar of special days and seasons recommended bv 
the (*eneral AMembly for obeervanee by the Church, be adopted, 
and likewise that the customary emphasis for the Children's 
Home (Thanksgiving I and the PresbyUrlan Home (Mother'» 
iHiy). with supplemenul offerings, be adored. 

?1 That Synod endorse the Filmstrlp, The Work We r>o Together- 
prepared by the Synod's Department of Public Relations; and 
hear the sound tape on. This Is North Carolina." prepared by 
the Protestant Radio-TV Center, Atlanta. Ga. 

it. That Synod, by rising vote, express appreciation to the General 
Hecretary and bis entire sUlT for their indispensable serrks. 



A. AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

I. RKi'ORT OK AI'IWTOU 

Conimitte* on Finance and AudttlnK 
Sjnod of North Carolina 
Preibyterlan Church In Thp United Stales 
RalelKh. North Carolina 

Gentlemen: 

Am Instructed by Dr. Harold J. Dudley. General Secretary an.1 
Treaaarer of the Svnod of North Carolina. Preiibyterian Chunli 
In The United State*, we have audited the books and rwor«1>- 
maintained by him as Treasurer of the following funds: 

Synod's Office General Fund , 

Church Extension Fund 

Pr«abyterlan Church Extension Cominluee Loan Funds 

Svnods Deslnnated Funds 

Educational Institutions Fund 

Synod's Office Fund 

Public Relations Fund 

Inter-Church Relations Fund 

Permanent Reserve Fund 

Campus Christian Life Fund 

Continicent Salary Fund 

ReTolvlnit Salary Fund 

Presbyterian Office RuildInK Fund 

ChristiaD Higher Education CampaiKn Fund 

Preabyterlan Campui Christian Life CampaiKn Fund 

Chapel Hill Preebyterisn Church Campaiitn Fund 

We have examined the balance sheet of the Synod of North 
Carolina. Praabyterlan Church In The United States. Raleigh 
North Carolina, as of December SI. l»il. and the related state- 
ments of Income, chanicee in fund balances and statements of 
cash receipts and dtsbumenjents for the year then ended. 



SCOPE OF EXAMINATION 

We tested the recorded transactions to the extent of traciUK 
the receipts to the depositories and verifying the amounts re 
corded by appropriate transmittal papers and correspondenr*- 
and verifying the contributions from the pr««byt«»rie« by dire, i 
conflrmatlun. Church loans were also verlft*.! dlre^-tly. Ex 
pendltafM w«ra aapported bv andoriMd caecelled checks and in 
vole«a or aigned receipts. The«e were foaad to be authorised In 
tba nlaatea of committees and Synods Council Bank balsncee, 
which were confirmed bv correspondence, were reconciled with 
balances nhown on the books We also ascertained from our 
analyses that disburaements were properly 8lh»cated 

Our examination Included such lent* of the accounting records 
und o«her auditing procedures w«- innHldered neceaaary In the 
rirt umslaBCMi the books having be< n maintained on a rash baslK 
We did not veHfy the records of the Christian Higher Fxlucatlon 
Campaign Fund, the Presbyterian Csmpus Chrtstlsn LIf.* Csm- 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



7» 



ptkigu Fund, and the Chapel Hill Presbyterian Church Campaign 
Fund, beyond the recorded recalpta and dlsbursementa. 

OPINION 

In our opinion, the accompanying balaoce sheet and statements 
of iDCome and changes in fund balances present fairly the financi- 
al posUloe of the Synod of North Carolina. Presbyterian Church 
In The United States at December 31. 19C1. and the r^ults of 
the various funds' operations for the year then ended, In con- 
formity with generally accepted accounting principles applicable 
lo such organisations, maintaining the books and records on x 
• ash baais. Including the Christian Higher Education Campaign 
Fund, the Presbyterian Campus Christian Life Campaign Fund, 
and the Chapel Hill Presbyterian Church Campaign Fund, be 
I suse of the limited ecope of our examination regarding the re- 
« eipts of these three funds. 

EXHIBITS AND SCHEDULES 

In presenting to you our findings, as the r«4ult of the audit. 
we have prepared twenty-two Exhibits snd ten Schedules, as 
enumerated In the Index, which are attached ss a part of this 
report. In addition to the following comments 



ASSETS AND LI \BILITIBS— ALL FUNDS COMBINED 
December 31. 19C1 

EXHIBIT "A- 

In thla Exhibit, captioned aa above, we show a combination of 
all aaaeta and liabilities aa we determined them on December 31. 
IICI. Excluded from the statement are funds of the Christian 
Higher Education CanifMign Fund and the Presbyterian Cam 
pas Christian Life Campi^gn Fund. Inter-fund accounts havr 
bseo eliminated. Assets totaled |S17.4ff9 18. Synod's land, build 
lags, sqalpmeDt and furnishings totaled t*S3.»n7 OS This repn 
senta the cost of equipment scQuired In prior years snd (he cost 
of fnralahing the new Synod's offices from the hutlding funrt 
Real SMate acquired by a bequest from Mrs Sadie Puncan Whar 
ton's eaiats la ahown at an appraised value of 16.500 uu. am! 
iDcludss one residence located on Tllden Street. Raleigh. North 
Carolina. Liabilities amounted to |t5.030 32. The excess of as 
seU OTSr lisbllltiM result in a surplus of $4t2.43K HC This Ut 
co mpo s sd of |2.S3,»0705 which wsh invested in flxed assets snd 
$?38.S31.8 1 In fund hiiUnc<«. The changes In fund balances are 
explained in the sup(Mirting Exhibits referred to on Exhibit "A" 

Synod's Office Qenersl Fund received and disbaraed faada for 
Synod's Tarious cauaea except for the loan funds, campaign and 
savlata aecoanU Exhibit "B" ahowa the funds available and th< 
amoaata dlstlibatable at December 31, 1»«1. 

Dlvtdmte aeeralDg on capital atock ware received and me- 
coaatad for aeeordiag to prsserfbad rates. All seiurities wiw« 
exaBlBwl daring the audit These aecurltles are |Hirt of the Perm- 
anent RsiMrre Fund and the Income derived from them was hp- 
portlimsd directly to the Church Extensioa Faad and used for 
graata-la-ald. The securities and the dlrldevds received are 
shown In detail on Exhibit "Q". 



M 



MINUTKS OF THE 



AU tr.n*actloiui of the Church Kxtension Committee Lo«n 
Fund. we% examined. At December 31. 1961 the otal of th. 
unpaid balance of the«e loans and »f^"^«»'" 14^43 The toti^ 
wai 1116.074.52. The CHHh on deposit ^" VlV' 4V3 9 J M dS 
unpaid balance of the loans and ca«h was JJf ^ll f - ^t Ue 
.ember 31 I960 the funds' aaaeta totaled $151632 14. vv* e« 
Lt^n^ all note, and deed, of trust and found them on hand and 
iSirrently properly executed. Detail, of the loan. •" •hown 
oS Schedule S and the fund.' tranwctlon. are shown on Exhibit 

The Permanent Reserve Fund and Educational Institutions 
Funi ha?e "oan. to churche, not included above The detail, of 
ih? Permanent Reserve Fund loans »/« '^own on Exlhlblt Q 

where they total 152.867. 49. Cash '" S«^'>nf"J ^,V 12 4, 5 U 
of $64. 610.ro. not including necurltiea valued at $2.4<»5 00 

Proceed, from a Rift recelvcki from Mr. and .Mr. W. 7. Stultt 
,n 19^5 hive beeJ foaned to churche. from the Educational In- 
Ititutlon. Fund Savin.:. Account. The '«ndh%^, •,'»*? ."' JiJ;". 
..00 00 due from the Preabyterian Canipu. Christian Life tarn 
ImliS Fund at December 31. 1961^ The total fund assets were 
$27,082 »6. and are detailed on Exhibit 1 . 

The total of all unpaid loan, by fund, waa as foUow.: 

Preabyterian Church Extension ^"'"™'"'**". ,,.„,. ,. 

Loan Fund-S<h«lule-8 '",5SiVU 

Permanent Reserve Fund— Eihibit P 21.867.4* 

Educational Institution. Fund Savlnc 

\cc«unt- Exhibit -H • 23.9o0.8f 



TOT A I- 



$1<0.842.90 



Following Exhibit -A- we have prepared .tatements for each 
fund .howlSg the financial poaitlon or c«.h balance at IVcember 
31 1»«1 and statement, of Income or •l*»«"'!"\« °^.*^"f„ ^^^ 
.eipt. and dlsburs.ment. for the year then ended In addition we 
offer the following! comment.: 

Support of the Synod-. Educational •""V '"/*.""!* i^) 6? foJ 
HlKher Education a«encl«a wa. b«a«l on a net °' »2««.n..o_«7 for 
distribution The amount, and percentage, are shown on E«hlbH 
i Theee distribution. Include designated gift, from Presby- 
lerlwi and churches A P.rinanent Advisory Committee on Higher 
Edu7at?on was established by the Synod of 1»55 The Commltte*^ 

Thsii of fund, available in 1958 ''" •T^'J'^ „' ,T " 
lenses have totaled $38266 through D«*inber 31. 1961 

Syn.Hls I>eslgnated Fund, represent. •"■'""•">* /""V;*!'"!;;*; 
by members of the Belk family to pay for the cost of I'uJ'f^lnjt 
I)r O V Caudlll . Church and Maaae Planning Book Dr. Cau 
dill refunded th.- amount advanced to him plus lnter.*t after 
becoming III and could not complete the writing During I960 
M 632.70 was forwarded to the William Hl.ck Home. Inc n 
1I61 $500 00 wa. tran.ferred to the Church Extension Fund to 
iurchLe equipment for the TRAV department Interest earned 
on the savlnies amount over the ye.r. has been used ^'^ Kr*nt.- 
Tn aid Th.. fund had a balance of $5ort 00 at December .11. 1961 

Syn..d s support of the North Cart>llna Council of f'^"';^**^ '" 
dt.burs».d from Prwbytery benevolence rt^elpt.^ These fund. 
"V" received and disbursed by the Inter-Church Relation. Fmtrt 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



II 



— Exhibit ' N ". The budgeted amount for supiMirt to the Council 
and other benevolences, including expenses, was $6,2'>n 'Mi; how- 
. v«r, only 1.1.924. 7:5 was available and paid The fund owed the 
Kevolvlng Salary Fund $1,036.66 at December .11. 1960 for an 
operating deficit Incurred In 19R8 This whs canc^-lled by the 
action of Synod. 

Thi> KevolvinR Salary Fund was established in 1957 to niain- 
tttin a balance of not less than twenty percent of .alaries. rent 
and traveling expenses in the current budgets of the designate.l 
ogenclM of Synod. This fund was not included in Synod's bud- 
<et8 for 1959. 1960 and 1961. A loan was ntade to Christian Ed- 
ucation in the amount of $7,00<).00 In 1959; however, this waa 
.ancflled by Synod action In 1960. The fund had a cash balance 
of $6,044.04 at the end of the year. 

The Equalization Fund, which waa established in 1967. had 
no transactions In 1961. No di.tributtons were neoeaaary to meet 
the budget-aakinga of the agencies of Synod. 

Synod's Office General Fund received and disbursed deslKoated 
receipts for Christian Education, Preabyterian Children's Home. 
I^resbyterian Guidance Center, Preabyterian Home. Inc.. and 
Catechism awards. The details of these are shown on Schedules-l. 
-2. -3. -4, and -5, respectively. 

The Synod', office building waa completed iu 196o ^nd is lo- 
cated at 1015 Wade Avenue. Raleigh. North Carolina The fund, 
for erecting the building and receiving gift, were transacted 
through the Presbyterian Office Building Fund. The details are 
shown on Exhibit 'V". Through December 31. 1961 gifts and 
interest earned on a aarlngs account had amounted to $3.<(.153 16 
.Synods Office Fund had. In lieu of rent. $1. 50000 included in 
its budgeted expenses for 1961. Other receipts amount to $28.73. 
Tbeae receipts had totaled $39,681.88 by December 31. 1961 Dla- 
Dursements for various expenses, cost of land, building, and fur- 
nishing, totaled $100,708.58. This resulted in an excess of dls- 
bursemenU over receipts in the amount of $61,026.70. The ex- 
I'ss came from Synod's General Fund and a loan from the Perma- 
nent Reserve Fund In the amounts of $30,026 70 and $31,000 Oft. 
respectively. Assets acquired by the building fund totaled $95,571.07. 
made up of the following 

Land And Improvemenla $ 4.004.06 

Building 81.278.S* 

Furnltare. Equipment and rnrniahinga 10.289.C3 

Tlie Rrnod recefyed In 1958 and 1969 $4,406 03 which repre- 
sented residue from the estate of the late Mrs Sadie Duncan 
Wharton, widow of the late C. P. Wharton. Thi. was deposited 
<vith First Federal Sartac and Loan AMoeiation. Raleigli, North 
Carolina The estate also tncladed a deed for properttea in Ra- 
leigh. NoKh Carolina, which were rained at $16.600 00 The«« 
were beqaesta to the Home Mission Committee of the Executive 
Committee of Church Extension. The income from the proper- 
ties Is to be a perpetual fund to be applied to th»» salary and sup- 
port of Home Mission and Evangelistic Work In the Synod of 
.North Carolina The original bequest of real eslat. Included 
Uiree reaidencea in Raleigh. North Carolina Two of then* hoinen 
were aold In 1961 for $14.0nO 00 Notes totaling $13. 000 mi and 
ti.dOO.OO In cash waa received for the property -Net ri'nts and 
mtereci on the fund's savings account were transferr»«d to the 



I 



82 



MINUTES OF THE 



Cbnrch ExteMlon Fund. DeUUs of the fund- received and dl« 
buraed are eipUtaed on Exhibit **0". 

The Chrt-tian Hlghw ■«««'»tlon Campal«B wm bjf«B In in« 
and the rtfcorda hava ba«i maintained In Synods Office, un 
SJe^SUrhTenrrent j^ receipts -^./'-^^^-Smt'of Vet 
>hown and the toUU to December 31. 1961. Our audit oi re 
Slpu iJ- made f"m .ummarle. of subscription and P*yn>enU^ 
tSS individual pledge card, hare not been added completely and 
wmi^wlth th.iTeBeral book total. 'rbe.ub||crlpt on. through 
Tw^MBbcr SI 1161 after cancellation*, totaled $1,664.34 ».18 
J^tSel^k -ummarle Of thi. amount »»."«.""« J'J ^^^ 
Jakl In caah and eecurltlea Thu. the unpaid subwHptlon. wpr*^ 

I126.0&7.82 

Synod allowed the Campus ChrlaUan Life Committee to . onduct 
a oSSlIiiln 1»68 to ralMi $300,000.00 which waa the amount 
Sn^Ted in the Chrtatiaa HUhar Education Campaign needed 

?" 'I'nfpl^men" th*e pJ^ram of wo^\*"'y'*''' f'Va'rd "'DrhmTn 
Tha dmDalcn was supenrlsed by the Arm of Ward. Dreehman 

2d STnhafi. iJIw York. New York. C^^P-^^^ "-.r Xn-ttln 
toUaT 1210 4SS S4 Campus Christian Life's chare of the Christian 
hISJ Suitlon campaign ««t. w.« IHl 068 J« to D.c«nbj^^^^^^ 
i9«i Interest MMiMd on savings has totaled $4,883.tf. Tne »o»™ 
i? Chrl" fir MwSSoil contHb«ted lll.OW.OO from Its challenge 
?inds The dlsburswn-its inel.de ItM ««»*»«» •'ffSTatliili 
isSlV Capital exp«.dlt«r«i In colly »rys^^.«*„»»»»f>»if. 
The funds balance of Cash on Deposit at "^t*^*^"" ^JJJJS 
t2««7 66 Details of the y«ir s transactlotts are Aown on 8cM««M 
7 ThV fund owed the Educational Inatltutions Savlngp account 
$ii,M0.00 

Th* sut»<menu conUlned In ibts report are bawd on the 
amount* as shown In the books and records of the Synod s Office 
^^ebaJka were not closad until all funds for the year w;re re^ 
celvedfrom the Preabyt«rk- In order that all rece^ts for th^ 
ImlTjta^m 1. 1»61 to DMcmbw 31. If 61. could ba Included 
llklvrtal^mni axisMW for the year were paid after Decenaber 
if m?: !^?!h"SrLi*»ces shown herein are after Including 
th«M in the disburaaniMiU. 

W« found a depositors forgery bond In force »«>/»»"•*>"««"; 
flr/ln.urance of the office fSi.noO 00; blanket poaltlon bond for 
125 000 00: open stock safe burglsry: and (Ire Insurance on the 
office building for $6«.S00.«0 

We found the books and records In batMC* Mid accuratal) 
kept 

We wish to expres. our appreciation for the co«rts.ie. .-mnd^ 
•d as and the aHMMM Mid e9»pwatloB rendered by the entire 
personnel, whieh irrartly f»«lilWlod onr work \ 

W« «sa»l>ad the minutes of the Secretary and found the ap- 
proved procedures currently adherred to 

Very truly yours. 

A T ALLEN * COMPANY 

Certified P^hlic Aecoontants 

By: Jaisaa A. Aixkm 

Certified Public AeconnUnt 



^i 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA , I 

9. ASMBTN AND iXABnJTIKN— ALL. FUND*) COMBINKD 
Decf^mber SI, IfMI 
ASSETS 
CASH IN BANKS AND ON HAND: 

Pt'tty Cash — Synod's General Fund 
Cash On Deposit — Synod's Qeaeral Fund 
Cash On Deposit— Saviags Accounts: 
Sadie Duncan WliartOB Batate 

Fund $ S.1M.11 

Presbyterian Church Exten- 
sion Committee IxHin Funds 42.S49.43 
Synod's Designated Funds SOO.OO 

Educational Institution's Fund 

Savings Account 3.182.06 

Permanent Reserve Fund 11.643.31 



Sf,ftt.t# 



«0,071.03 $ 86,H4.9t 



felmployece' Air Travel Credit Card Deposit 

Invt«tments — 8«K*uritlee at Par Value- 
Permanent Reeervf Fund— Exhibit "Q" 

Loann to Churchea: 

Presbyterian Church Extension Commit- 
tee Loan Fund— (Schedule — 8> 

Educational Institutions Fund- 
Exhibit T' 

IVrmanent Reserve Fund — 
Exhibit "Q- 



4SI.M 



2.406 00 



$11S.074.52 

njM.tf 

tlJC7.4l lM44:i.»0 



i)u«- From Seaqulcentennlal Account ..„ 

Sales Tax Refund Due From StaU of North Carolina 
Notes Receivable From Sale of Sadie Duncan 
Whs rton itotate Property 



4tl.7i 
lM.lf 

11.8S7.H 



Oeneral Ftzad 



(Schedule— 9) 



Land and Improvement* — 101$ Wade 
Avenue. Raleigh North Carolina 

Uullding— I«1S Wade Avenue. Raleigh. 
North CM^faMt 

Kurnltnre, Bquipmast and Furnishings 

Heal EsUte. Raleigh. North Carolli 
Sadie Duncan Wharton B^ate 

Campus Christian Life Centers 

Total Oeneral FUed AsseU 



$ 4.0M.H 

$L17S.3f 
14.979.91 

$.soo.o« 

121.1 44.79 



\"N See Footnotes "A" and "B" Statement o* 
Oeneral Fixed Aaeets— (Schedule — 9) 

TOTAL ASSETS 

LIABILITIES 

< ndtstorbad Balansss In Acconnt With Other Funds: 
Synod's Office 0«B«raJ Fund A— nnt with 



lit.907 06 



$6n.4il.ll 



Catechiani Avnrd*— <8eh««id*-4). 



$ MitJi 



g4 MINUTES OF THE 

Chapel Hill Presbytcrlao Church Campaign 

Fund— (Schedule— 10) 1.577.79 

ChrlBtlan Higher Education Canofwlgn 

Fund W>.<)0 

Preabyterlan Campus Christian Llfa Cam- 
paign Fund *l?!2! 

Praabjrterian Home. Inc. Campaiftn Fund 1.»p»»0 

Funds Held Fw PsrchailBC Bqatpoient F^r TRAV 

Department „..— _ — 

Funds Held For Grants-In-AId Church Extension Fund 
Funds Held For Permanent Advisory Committee on 

Educational Institutions 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



TOTAL LIABILITIES 



I «,3rr.7s 

S40.04 
16,871.42 

2,4fl.lS 
I S5.0tO.SS 



SURPLUS OF ASSETS OVER LIABILITIES: 

Inveatmant In General Fixed Assets $253,907.06 

Fund Balanrca: 
Church Exteoaion Fand— Ex- 
hibit -D" $182.«77.64 

Synod's Designated Funda— 
Exhibit -H' 600.H 

Educational Institutions 
Fund— Exhibit "I" n,iO»M 

Synods Office Fund- 
Exhibit 'L" 471.*« 

Permanent Reaerve Fund- 
Exhibit "O" 6«.»16.80 

Contingent Salary Fund- 
Exhibit -S- 18,140.81 

Revolving Salary Fund — 
Exhibit "V" •.044.M 

Presbyterian Offlca Building 
Fund— ( D«(lclt)— Exhibit 
•V" (€1. 024.70) 



Fund BalancM— Net 



iM^i-ii 



SURPLUS or ASSETS OVER LIABILITIES 
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS 

t. OFFICE AOtXIl NT 
FlBKnclal SUit<-HBcnt 
January 1, 1981 to Dw«mb«r 31. 



8M.4U.86 

t617.48i.18 



1881 



Income : 

Presbytery Tax Asscasmcets: 

Albemarle 

Concord 

FayetteTllia 



Artnal 



I 8.871. S2 
. 8.188.40 
. M4I.88 



ItMl 
.%Mir«nB^Bt 

I S.871.S2 
8.688.40 
8J41.88 



Granville 

Kings Mountain 

Mecklenburg 

Orange 

Wilmington 

Winston-Salem „.. 



4.604.88 
3,564.70 
11.814.98 
8.653.00 
4.874.48 
8.189.81 



ToUl Presbjrtary Tax A ■iiMnaants 

From Other Sonreaa: 
L. Richardson, Sr., Trust Fund 
St. AndrewM Presbyterian College 

Inaugural Fund— Printing 

Uranville Presbytery's Refund to Offic* 

for Maintenance 

Synod's Meeting R«c«lpta— Rsglatratlon 

and Offering 

Wilmington Presbytery— For Addressing 
.\>ws Bulletinii 



1,010.00 
1.302.28 



7.0i 



Total Income 



167.286.88 



Ktpeai 

General Secretary's Salary 

Offlca Sacretarlea' Salaries 

Salaries Paid Synod's a«rlu.„ 

Janitor's Salary 

8oclal Saearity l^zaa 



Ministers and Employees Annuity Fund 
Group Life and Hoapttalisatlon insuranc* 

Insurance Office Bond and EquipmMIt 

General Secretary's Travel 

G«B«ral Secretary's Manae Allowance 

Offlea Rant 

Ta U p hoB s aod Tel<«ra|^li 

Lights and Water ^ 

Office Soppllea „ „_ 

New Equipment 

Repairs and Upkeep of Office 

aai Bquipmcnt 

PoMa^ and Expraaa....... „ 

Andtt „ „ „ „„ 

Sabacrtptioiia to Paper*. Journals 
Synod's Connril and Committees Expenses 

Synod's Moderator's Expenaea -^_ 

Ststi'd Clerks Assriciatloa D«aa .„ 

EnlerUlnment of Synod 
Printing Minatea of Synod and 

"Blue Book" 
Support of Pabllc Relations Fund 
F'ubllclty— Cuts. Mats, etc 
riank Service Charges 

Bwlldings and Grounds Malntenanca _.. 

Miscellaneous 



t 7,200.00 

. 11,678.48 
100.00 

. 2.287.72 
440.74 
876.00 
89046 
770.77 
849.82 
1.800.00 
1.60000 
928.19 

, U10.S8 

2.182.61 

686.66 

477.19 

1.268.49 

800.00 

214.t9 

8.421.98 

•2.11 
4.680.89 

8.508.47 

10.477.78 

17.07 

105.72 

64418 

U1.44 



4.M4.tt 

8.664.70 
12.914.98 
8.668.00 
4.874.48 
8,189.81 



164.743.15 164,748.16 



I 110.00 
102.90 



Total ExpcMaa ... 

Operating (DeflrK) „. 

^■und Balance January 1 1981 

>''ind Balance P ae wbar "H. IHl 



8 1.200.00 
114M.M 
1M.M 
L1M.M 
8M.M 
475.00 
800.00 
2M.M 

i.oe«.M 

1JM.M 

14Ml.eO 

7OO.O0 

8M.M 

i,4oe.o« 

100 00 

iM.M 

1409.M 



fM.M 

i,too.o« 

ItMt 
7I.M 

2.200 00 

2.800 00 
12.000.00 

12i.0« 



858.032.09 |ii.Olf.M 

-K 744 71) 
.. 1.217 79 
I 471 Of 



MINUTES OF THE 



a. PabUc ReUUon« Fund 

riaaw lul Htatement 

Jaauary I. 1»«1 to D«cenib«r $1. IMl 



lacoBie: 



Support from Synod't Office Fund 
Support from Church Bxtculon Paa4. 
Snbscriptloas 



Total Income 



SalartM 
Printing 
Poatagv 

Soctal SMsrtty 
SuppIlM 



Publicity ltat«rtal ---- " -■ - —v""—-- 
Prtetlag rrho Work Wo Do TV>f*th*r" 



ArtUMi 

110,477.78 

.. 10.477.78 

12.00 

IM.N7.M 



$ S.H1.01 

11. MS. 30 

l.St5.36 

lSl.f9 

n».4o 

4tt.84 

7H.80 
IMJC 



ToUl 

Fund Balaaco 



$tO.M75f. 



4. CHRISTIAN HIGHBR KDt'CATION CAMFAION AtXXH'NT 

RALRIOH OFFICE 

Rec«lptJi and INA«rMaMata 

Jaouary 1. ltS« to D«cemb#r II, Iffl 



11.437.004.82 

S1J78.04 

SM.t2 

.ll.i1S.tlS.tt 



Olfta— Cash on PlodcM 
Oirta— S«nimi«« Rae«lT#d 
Interest oa U. i. Tr»a«ury Bills 



ToUl Roe^pU 



CampalffD 
Sabaoquent Kspv 



Total Disbursement* 



Through 12 31 6« 



I lSS.fS«.t4 

St.8f7.1S 

I 17S.Slt.7» 



Other DtsbarwaMSts: 

TraMforrtd !• St Andrew. Prvobytartaa CollHte ».»P^-i* 
TiBMfwri to rampini rhrlr" — Life Campaign Fund 17S.t«S.f8 

Wmm^ 9mi DIrwt to Pi!a<^ College — LttMO 

Total Dlsbumements |I.Slt.«f«.tl 

Overdraft DM*mber 31. IMl <» **'» 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 

ft. PRESBYTKilLAN CAMPl 8 CIUU«TIAN LIFK 
CAMPAIGN FUND 

ReceiptH aad IMiibaraeasemU 
Docember 1. 1»57 to December 31. IMl 



t7 



R<K«lpts: 

From 1956 Campaign 

Interest DarBad •- 

From Itit OaiytS* — -- 
Educational Instttutlona Loan (Stultii 
Challenge Fund GIfU 



IMHbumeaaeBta : 

ExpeoMS 19S7 through IMl. 
Ptrm Campaign Foo 
Interest Paid on Bank Loan 



$172.0tS.9S 
4.8t3.tt 

230.433.S4 

is.ooo.te 

23.000.00 



ToUl Exi>en»e« 

Other Disbursements: 
■•at C^uroUna Collega 
CIhmM Hill 

WoouA's Orflaco 

IHika UalT«r«lty 

West Raleigh 



Total DiBbur»«nanta - 

WxMia oa Dapoalt First Federal Savlnss and 
Lmui Aas'B. 

•. CONTINGENT SALARY Fl'ND 

Financial Statement 

January 1. Ittl to D«remb«r 31. lltl 



From Presbyterlea: 

irle .— . 



FarMtcTllI* 

OraBTlUe — "' 

KlBffi Mountain 

Mecklenburg 

Oranga 

WUaUngtoD 

WlnntoB Salem 

Total Receipts 

DlBb«r»e»*»ta: 

S^pwt to Camptw ChrtatUa Life Fund. 

Si^port to Ouidanea Cantar 

Total Dliibtiriiements 

Excaaa of RaertpU Over Disbursements 



I446J81.S1 

.1 3f4tt.lS 

8.2S0.te 
1.764.t2 

I 4t.S70.36 



I 14413.S0 
S1SJM.M 

is.eM.tt 

7JS«.tt 

7t.BM.M 

1442.683.85 
t 2.€97.t« 



.t l.Stt.&8 
. S.7SS.tt 

LSSlOt 

912.84 

l.t<€.99 

3.922.S9 

1.M4.17 
1.194.3S 
l.SS«.tl 

iit.stsrr 



4 i.MS.74 

.. lOJtS.74 
S t40S.13 



= - 



88 



MINUTES OF THB 



Balance January 1, 1961™ 

Fund Balance December 81. IMI— Due from 
Srnod'B General Fund 



•3S8.68 



113.140.81 



T. INSniXTIONS OF 8YNOD 

m. M^Amdmm* PrfwbjrU'riaB Coll««e 

Laurinburg. North Carolina 

C ondeoMKf Suu^nwnt of Ai«e<« and IJabllltlr. 
Maj SI. IMS 



Aaarto 

Permanent 

Plant 

Current — 



Total All Fund* 



$ l.2€i.4ft.S« 

C, 587.580. 92 
2.«03.777.4S 

I10.462.8SO.71 



UablUtlca 

I 1.2««.492.3€ 

Permanent 8.582.580.12 

Plant 2.803.777.48 

Current . . — 

Total All Funda 



110.452.850.71 



I II poll** 

St«4Mit F*ti 

BBdOW«l«lt 

Sjmod and Churchea 

Auxiliary EnterprkM>a 

Other. Including Non-Educational 

OlfU 



Total iDcoma . 

Administrative and 0«neral 

Operation and Maintenance 

Inatmction 

Library 

Auxiliary Enterpriaea 

Scholarnhlpa 

Total Expenaea 

Cxceaa of Income Over Expena«a 



t 580. 287. 3C 

43.456 n 

141.600.43 

443.139.27 

9.335 98 

6.985.37 

I 1.209.804.54 



293 

41 
S15 

n 

453 
47 



.125.45 

.036.01 

.779 73 

162.42 

303.25 

822.50 



t 1.210.229.36 
8 9.575.18 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



8« 



(1) P«M» Odkve, IUIel«h, North raroIlM 

(ViBdenaed Stat^-raeot of .^MM^ta aad i^iabllltie* 

June 8. 1962 
AmteU: 

Cash in Bank » 18.804.18 

1,426.80 



Aceoonta Rec^rabla 
iBTMttoriea 



Equipment 

Land 

Buildings 
Endowment 
Plant Funds 



10.605 78 
30.337.56 

105.760.70 
114.998.34 
277.334.67 
SS4.705.15 
23.402.33 



621.486.04 



Total AaaeU 



1886.618.76 



UaMUtlea mtd Wmrfium: 

Accounts Payable 

Tax«i — Suta and Federal Due June SO 

Surplus - 

Principal of Endowment -- 
Plant Fund Principal 
iDTsated In Educational Plant 

Total Liabilities and Surplus 



8.610.00 

2.720.21 

19.007 35 

334.705.16 

SS.402.S8 

498.083.71 

$886,528 75 



titatrtiM^t of Itw-elpti. lUid Ktpewdltarr* 
iSM 8. 196f 



RfH^pts: 

From Tuition 
IHDlng Hall 

I>ormttorle« — room rent -\ -_-.-. 

Auxiliary Eotarpriaaa— BookatOf*. Laundry. 

Vending Machlnaa. 8t«4Mt Publicatlonn 
Earned Income 

From Synod of North Carolina 

From Church^ and Gifts 

TotsI .._* ...—.-. 



$176. 222. 8U 
71.989.47 
46.446.20 

22.880.67 
29.168.49 

S.117S6 

4.200 00 

IS68.055 75 



MINUTES or THE 



E&penditvrM: 

AdmlntBtr»Uv« 
Academic iMtracUon - 
UbrftiT AnxlUary BnUirprtoe* 
Bookstore. L*un<lry. Etc. 

DtniDK Hall 

Dormitories. Etc. 

Utilities 

luraranco 

Interest 

Social 8e<>urtty 

Miscellsneous 

ToUl 

Excess of Income over Expense 



Sf.03t.10 

110.148. t» 

• .tt4.7B 

17.7«0.37 

S6.il0.<6 

4S.lft.tO 

4.802.11 

1.447.tS 

3C5.83 

S. 516. 18 

3.108.00 

I3U.S02.62 
f 40.S53 23 



^ PTe»b>teri«n <T»lldrr«'» Hom* 

Barium Sprlnus. North Csroltoa 

OMideased 8t«t*-iiK-Bt of AiM*pt» •««« UaWHtle* 
Year EndinK September 3o. lf«l 



OkplUl Funds 

Operating Fuad 

iBsarance Resenre Fond 



2,«2t.ltOJ3 

S2f.7r.M 
Sl,181.18 

|S.M4.ttl.M 



UMl»tUtles: 

Endowment 
Cspitsl Funds 
OperatiHR Fund 
Inpursnre Renerre Fund 



I fSS.til.tS 
S.t2t.lMJI 

32i.7rr.«i 

61.121.18 
|S384.f21.«C 



Fuid ii t Te — » «id K*p«a«rs 
Ye.ri. ended September 10. IMI aM SaflMlber 10. 



ReTe»«e: 

€ontrlbuilon« from Presbyteries 



IMI 



ItM 



|18t.tM.«8 

Tbe Dake Eadowmeat — -._ .. . 1« »" " 
Trust funds created for tte Waeflt of 

the Home — — — — 

iHTestment Income; 

Dividends »nd interent from lOTSStment 

of Oeneml Endowment PaaA... 24.W8.&* 

lataraat M Operating Fund tl»a 

' etc "- ».»#».ww 



I1MM) 

831147882 

11.846.60 

iiji».7C 



tS.7i«16 



t IM44.tt I 84.Sil.lS 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



U 



S«1.0« 



1»,MS.U 



Rental Income ^........--. 

CoDtrlbtttloos from individuals and other 

orgmntsatloDS •• ""• 

Aid from parents, relatives, and govern- 

mentsl units ■, - . ,,« "'"•■•• 

incom* from farm. ^IV'-^^^^;^^^^^ 



Other Income: 
Meals served 
Sale of scrap, etc. 
8Ute School Milk Program 
DenUl reimbursement from State 
MtscellaneouB 



Totsl Revenue 



1,807 2t 

244.07 

3.266.30 

81.00 

8.M 



1.911.M 

9,061.17 
M.18t.70 



eluding raw milk sold: IMI.IM.OO* 32. ifStllt 

19fiO, $18,711.82) 1MI1.I4 X».»W.i. 



1.888.7t 
8426 

4.M0.48 
116.10 
l«8.ti 



I I.1M.M I t.62267 

|S2f,022.t7 8146.781.03 



AAniBiatraUoa 



Health 

Mveatton 

Ckrtattan Biaeattea _ 

Plnnt operatkm ai^ nialntenance 
Extra Instltotloiial s^riess .. 
Farm, dslry. orchard, and poultry 
Provision for reUrement ^an........ 

Special repairs and re^esawats 

Total Expenses 
Revenue Over Expenses 



I 48.r76.t7 

11«,270.16 

8.407.18 

1.0tl.71 

«,681.S6 

lt.7St.Tl 

10.tM.ff 

24.74t.S4 

5.000.00 

29.tl6.7i 



8 47.279 88 
118,877.11 

8.171.04 
18.tfl.04 

4.144.14 
17481.14 

7.47i.t7 
41.4i4.M 

S.OOt.H 
40.00t.«0 



1101.81614 |12t.i7t.tl 

I 17.107^ I lt.4tl.4l 



c. Thm i n wh y t*-*^*" Hoasa, 

Balaac« IkM 
11. 1981 



AsmU: 

Bank 

Petty CmA 



PrepaM P«^ 

Nf»twi lUcelTaWs 

gavlngN * Loan 

MarketaMe Stocks 

Real &rtsle 

I>ue from Bmpteyees 

Li'e las Pollrles (Cash Valae) 

fHie frrm Capital Fnwl 

Upertsl Res f«»r Menbers 



1 (740.«ii 


ioo.ot 


itt^ 


51.7ti.t2 


S04.t« 


«4.94t.l7 


17.289 70 


80178 


8,819.46 


t4.fit.N 


i.tii.4i 


flt9444.l2 



MINUTES OF THE 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



UabilltieH: 

N. C Sales Tax Paid 
Uea. for Taxea 
KeM. for Mem. (Per.) 
Ren. for Mem. (Care) 
AcMountB Payable 
Si>e<-. Re«. for Mem. 

SurpluK 11-«1 

Sub. Deficit 



I'Mpltal ■•'uad: 

Assets: 

Bank —««..« 

T'eaaury Notes 
Savtnss * Loan State Bk. 
Marketable Stocks 
Cemetery Plots 

Land A Batlding* 

Automobiles 



.(14.840.41) 
.( 4.217.64) 



I (fS7.M) 

1.768.67 

. 14.825.S8 

, 164.7t».8f 

6.572.29 

1.653.42 

9.058.1S 

1169.544.12 



Directors HooM — .—- 

Apartments 

Apartments — New Con. 

Stair House 

Furniture A Fixtures . 

New Progress 

Escrow Accounts 



I 12.799.76 

1S2.00 

1.000.M 

1,276.0« 

610,66S.U 

9.443.M 

S8J148.t« 

109.000.M 

„ 128.241.M 

41,067.21 

.. 167.479.09 

.. 508.550.98 

67.947.00 



11.686.347.94 



LiabllltleN: 

Owt' Op«*ratlng Fd. — .~- — — ~.~ 

Ac-counts Payable —• 

Memorial Fund ...-«_~.,~~-~. 

Res. for Apt. Fd. 

Notes Payable: 

Pled. Bid I^an — .— 

Wac. Bk. A Trust 

Forward Fund 

N. C Sales Twi - «V^i«^ «■»• .7 

aurnlus |1.4r.072.87 

Add Income 76.0Z8.38 



24.969.9i 

21.764.03 

30,793.18 



30.131.98 
174.774.31 
(99.159.20) 
(417.46) 

1. 503.101 J5 

11.686.347.94 



CoM^ord tMateiiM-nt of Income and K.pe»sr--C>IH.r.tlnff Fund 
^ Year Ended December 31. 1961 



Inromr aad (^owtribatioM: 

Churches 

Pr«ebrter)es (Synod) 

Woown of the Church 

QmmH* (Room A Meals) 

Motker's Day 

Memb^m' Occupancy Charges 

Other 



.$ 1.544 63 

. 28.130.35 

171 00 

l.t.S8.5» 

7.671. 49 

171.13425 

1.709 «5 



IntcrMt A Dividend 
Total Incpme 

KxpfBBca: 

AdmlnlBtrative Dept. . 

Household Dept 

Dietary Dept. 
Medical Dept. 

Total Expense 

Net Income or (Deficit) 



9S 

8.353.81 



1219,963.97 



I 38.451.39 
58.01037 

. 63.918.11 
63.801.74 



$224,181.61 
(I 4,317.64) 



d. Queens CoUece 

Charlotte. North Carolina 
CondcrnPMMl HUit«'nient of AMteta and UablUtiea 

June 30. 1961 



.4MsetB 

Ueneral Fund 

Agency Funds 

Plant Fund 

Special Funds Account 

Endowment Fund 

Total all Funds 

LiaMUtien 

0«neral Fund 
Agency Funds 

Plant Fund 

Special Funds Account 
■ndowment Fund 

Total all Funds 



f 64.507.4i» 

69.710 45 

4.609.578.56 

706.?49.75 

1.724.815.40 

I7.173.N61 65 



I 64.507.49 

69.710.45 

4.609.578 56 

705.349 76 

1.724.81540 

$7,173,861 65 



(:k>BdeniMKl HfMtemeat of iacoroe and Eip ena aa 

Fiscal Year Ending June 30. 1961 



Incom* 



Educational and Ipeneral 

Auxiliary EnterpiSIaM and Activities 

Student Aid 4.-_ 

Total Income 

Kt|>«>n<liiarfni 

Educational and O^neral 
Auxiliary Enterprises and Activities 
Student Aid 

Total Expenditures 

Income in Excess of Expfnditures 



$ 723.184.49 

328.527.34 

34.673 97 

$1,086,386.80 



$ 80H.396.2K 

187.344 36 

81.290.92 

$1,077,031.46 

$ 9.864.34 



M 



MINUTES or THE 



e. V 



Rich mood. VlrgtBto 



March 81. l»t« 



Permanent Knnds 
Plant Fund* — 
Current Fandi 

Total All Fundi 

UaMUtlr* 

Permanent Fund* 
Plant Funds 
Current Funda 

Total all Fundi 



IMI 

$5.€34.0fK.40 

2.«37.S02.S7 

20».r74.O6 



|(.fl*.StK.4i 

J.711.t08.18 
207.f6t.74 



11.480.171.82 $8,848,488.88 



|S.i84.0f6.40 
8.CS7.80S.87 

80».I74.©S 



85.fli.38K.4C 

2.781.806.18 
207,868.74 



.I8.480.i71.88 18.848.488.88 



|nrt»»« 



B(at(>inc«t of tacome and Ki;p«««aa 
Year Ending March 81, lt«» 

IMI 



Endowment InteatmanU 

Student Feee 

Contrlbattona Churchee and 

Acenclee . . 

Trmat Funds Admlnlatered by 

Others - 

Other iacome 

Auxillarr A 8«Mf7 -- 

Tola! I«eo«« 



t 287.042.37 

70.870.08 



$ 810.164.88 

if.oof SO 



02.47141 10Mf8.87 



20,146.84 
8i.8ff.S0 

(1.861.78) 



8f.SlI.48 
f4.48f.S8 

(18.11018) 



I 611.877.88 I •ll.8f6.8f 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA M 

•. l*APKIUi AND !iKCl'RITl»4 

(n Certificate of Incorporation (Church Extensloa) 

(2) Bond of Treasurer of Synod 

(3) Insurance Policies 

(4 1 Federal Tax Exemption Document 

(&) Deeds: Campus Christian Uf« Property: 
(a) Green vlUc — East Carolina College 
(b> Greensboro — Woman's College 

(0> Noles: Church Extension: 
Wharton Estate Property: 

(a) 60 4 Tllden Street. Raleigh. N. C. 

(b) 600 TtldMi Street. Raleigh. N. C. 

(c) 608 Ttlden Street. Raleigh. N. C. 

i7i Deed; Office Building. Wade Avenue. Raleigh. N. C. 

(«> Coplea of Wills: 

(a) McCalluro Estate 

(b) Wharton Estate 

(c) ThoBiaa Lee Wilson 

(f ) Bond of Treasarer of A. T. McCallum Estate. 

(10» Centennial Scholarship Trust Agreamaat of the Women of 
the Church. Synod of North Carolina with the PresbyteHan 
Foundation. Inc.. In the U.S. If 02 



K«|Mn«it<ur«-<i: 

Administrative and Qm»nl 

Instructional 

Retirement Salaries ._,—- — 

mm^mt Aid 

■fti h l Funds -— 

Operation and Maintenance 

of Plant 
Miscellaneous Expenditures 

Total Expenditures 



Excen of Income over 
Before Adjustment 



106.084.48 

lii.i46.88 

f.176.08 

17.018.41 

01.188 66 

141.017.88 
1.000.00 



188.170.82 

188.086.08 

f.OSf.fO 

18.807. 47 
08.078.70 

lfl.486.87 
1,000.00 



I 614.076.84 t 016.816.00 
..(• 18.081.01) (8 3.418 71) 



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SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 

a. BUDGET SVSOD'8 OKFICK AM» 
PROGRAM OF WO.RK— IIMMI 

(AdmlBloUntioB. .iBSiual MiNMlng. I'ublUUy and l*T..m«»tl«»ti. 
CouBrll wid Commlttef K%|M.n«i«»«, tie.) 



Salaries 

SalarlM of Clarka 

Social Security ir~i 

Vlinlsters * Employe* ABBnitj Fbim! 
Inaurance (Group, Life * Hoapltal) 

Travel Exp*'n»e« (N«t) 

Mans«> Rent 

Amortisation of Sjaod'a Office 

TeiephoDe and Telegraph 

DIftce Sttpplie* -- 

Kqulpm^nt (New) * Upkeep- 
Office Equipment 

Repairs ft Upkeep — Office Equipment 
Postag*' and Expreee — 

Audit 

Subeerlptlona . __ 

CouBcll A Committee Expenaee 

Moderator'a Expenaee 

Dae* SUted Clerka* AMOClaftlon 

Entertalnmeat of Sjmod 

Printing Minutes of Sjrnod A Blue Book 
Public Relations ( PreebjrterlMi News) 
Bank Senrlee Charfee 
Publicity (Cuts, mats etc.) 
MiscellaBeoua 

BUILDING ; 

Janitor 

Insurance— (Fire. PIbU OIbm. Public 
Liability. ContenU. Workmen's Oomp.) 

Heat and LlghU 

Water 

JaaltoHal SupplMl 

OrovBda Upkeep 

BttlldlBg Sapplles . . 

BulldlBg A Eqmlpment Maintenance 



19A2 


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Btidicet 


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121. lOU 


160 


15U 


44a 


4SI 


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336 


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IV. REPORTS OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES 

A. REFH)RT OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ON 
CAMPUS CHRISTIAN LIFE 

Rrv. W. CnE«T»ai Ki.i.iER. Chairman 

This report sparkle* with bright opportunltJes Never h»« the 
need for Svnod been bo great to approach the daxallng fartB and 
flgurea of Campus ChrUtian Life. Our rampusea are crowded 
with atudent*. and the outlook for the next ten years Ih utterly 
fantastic These are our sons and daughters who crowd the corri- 
dors and clas* rooms of our colleges. To those of us most closely 
nssoclated with them In this ministry we feel that hen- Is th- 
miKhtv frontier— the frontier of an intelligent faith tu anchor 
Htudents In this Space Age. The Church mu«t be on the rampusen 
for these voung men and women as they plan for tomorrow if 
they need counsel, there Is the Presbyterian Student Center wltli 
H campus minister to confer and pray with them. This is our 
assignment on the campus, and we look to you for a mor.- equlta 
ble support of this imperative mission. 

The beautiful new Student Center wa» erected at Duke thiK 
year and dedicated to the glory of God. Sunday, May •. l»€2. 

For the ntudents at Women s College. Greensboro, we learn 
that the Women of Svnod hare already obtained $10,899 toward 
the $26,000 to be raised this year. With the 150.000 pledged by 
the Women over a period of two years, we hope to have thli. 
greatly needed structure under construction by 19t3. 

Westminster Fellowship: Miss Elliabeth Hill li to be com- 
mended for the exceptionally fine way in which she served as 
the Moderator of the Westminister Fellowship this past year 
She Is being succeeded by Miss Joyce Cununlngs. a S«*nlor at 
Duke I'nlverslty. whose home la In Chattanooga. Tennessee Rev 
Tom Frank and Miss Patricia Hall will serve as Adult Advlsori. 
for next year. 



l*rof(niM tmA PemctniM') <\immll(e« 
Da. Cakit BohtiaX. Vhairmnn 

PKO<iliAM: Two new projects were begun during the year 
In CharlottH Miss Ann McOlrt was appointed to conduct a min- 
istry to nurses In the Presbyterian Honpllal and other hi»»pltals 
in the area This project is Jointly support.Nd by Pre«hyterlan 
iloapltal. the Synod, and the General Attsembly. through chal- 
lenge funds. 

In Ralrlgh Miss Olenda Briscoe began her duties in September 
at« auBcwiate worker to serve with the Campus Minister, the Rev 
T Hartley Hall. In a metropolitan program, reaching students in 
n%e rolleges and two nurslBf achtKtls North Carolina Slate. 
Meredith St Marv k. Peace Shaw, St A«gm«tlne. Rex Hospital 
School of Nursing and the new Wake County Hospital School 
of Nursing About the time this enlarged ministry bwame organ 
ited snd underway. Mr Hall resigned as of December 1. to accept 
a pastorate In Lenoir. N C During the remainder of the year. 



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.Miss Briscoe has carried the main renponsibllity for the program 
in Raleigh and the projected metropolitan project could not be 
developed. It now appears necessary to eliminate this position as 
of December 31. 1962 for lack of funds 

On April 6-7. the Sub-Committee on Program and Personnel 
conducted a Conference of workers, members of Imal advisory 
committees, and members of the Sub-committee, at the new Duke 
Center Every worker attended the conference, which dealt with 
the principal ways us. d to conduct a signiflcant ministry among 
students Dr. Robert Bluford. Director of the Department of 
Campus Christian Life for the Assembly, opened the Conferenc. 
and was present throughout the time as the principal leader of 
diacusslons This Conference was considered very nucct-ssful 
in the sharlDf of problems. Ideas, and Inspiration 

Approval was given by the Committee to participate in an ex- 
tteriroental. Interdenotnlnatlonal program at North Carolina Col- 
lege. Durham. During 1962. all aupport for our share of the 
.ost will be provided by challenge funds from the General As- 
sembly and thereafter for three years one half of the annual 
.ontrlbutlon of $l.f.00 will be challenge funds. This program will 
hH administered by a local committee in Durham whose member- 
ship will include three people named by our committee. 

The Committee la much impreaaed by the rapidly Increaalng 
numbers of Preabylerlan students and non-preference students 
..n the campuaea wh.re Campus Christian Life ministries are 
b«»inK maintained and by additional requests for aeslstance. In 
•tdditlon to providing full-time workers at Duke. Cniveralty of 
North Carolina, North Carolina State. East Carolina College, and 
»ht Woman ■ College of PNC. some aaststance is being extended 
to local churchea to minister to studenta at Wak« Forest. Fay- 
eti.vllle Stat* Teachers College, and F'embroke. Requeats for 
assistance at other colleges have l>een received, but cannot be 
approved until additional funds are available 

It has been determined that there are more than 8.5««» Pres- 
byterians in all college* of the State, compared with 8, ion last 
year and 7.200 the year before The numbers of thc'ee attending 
State-supported and private college* not supported by our Synod 
• ontinue to increase both nunierically and p«^rrentagewise. bein^ 
T,2«o this year compared to 6.^40 last year If this proportion 
■ ontlnu.'S to Incr^aae at the rate of th«- pant tiv.- years, by 197&. 
there will be ov«r IS. 000 Presbyterian stud.nU in our colleges, 
with the great majority enrolled In colleges where Campus Chrl*- 
ttan Life ministries are now provided. 

l*KKHCt\>'KIi: Thr». resignations of workers oicurrt-d during 
the year. In Chapel Hill, the Rev. Phillip J. Lee resigned in 
Julv The realcnation of Mr. Hall In Raleigh was reported ab<i»e. 
In Greenville. Mias Brandon McDanlel has »»uhniitted her resig- 
nation, •C*etlT« at th.' end of the y*ar. 

The Committee is pleaaed to report that two of the*e vaian- 
ies have be«n filled The Rev Harry K Smith will be returning 
to the post Id Chapel Hill in September, 1»«2, from which he 
resigned two yMUrs ago to undertake graduate studies In Ra- 
leigh, the Rev. Donald E. Shrlver will become Campus Minister 
aroQud September 1 A successor to Miss Mcl>anlel at Eaul Caro- 
lina College t* being aoaght. During the year quite effective aerv- 
ice on a part-time bMla haa been providnd at Chapel HIH by 
Mr. H T. Fr«Bk a graduate student at Ihike Pnlversity 



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MiKtTES or Tim 



■n.. nMd for .Moclal* worker, at Dake. Ch*p«l H 11. •»fj^ 

T^e n««Kl lor f^' . . recomm^-ndatlon of the C««P«* 

letffh contlnut-n to Brow. « » •/tr, »-^n,bly that where inor. 

ChrlstUn Life Manual «'/.^« ^•"^"^roS' .Jdttlonal p*.r.onn.l 

than 800 P'^'bytertan » udenU are enroUed .^^ ^^^^ ^^^^, 

IM •mployed. »» «^ °VJ'^„'^^J!„titng over 1.300 In Chapel 

.UdenU are -o"*".®**: ^^'^ho^^ i 200 iJ RalMgh. The Commlt- 

Hm.over 1.100 •» »«»^* "f .C^fJe wJrker m Raleigh will 
tee ta very dUappolnted that the Ablate wor«^^ ^^^ ^^ 

probably be dlacontlnued. and »»»•". ''^"°°' J, chrlatlan Llf«? 

Sbapl Hill and D-j;;*". "J' ^e e„,o,U„« e^ 
mlnlatry to campuaa. *«»»c5' •" u a w5 of the Committee to 
.tadenu to JaaUfy •"»«^^- }\S,'oK«rtunlty to minl.ter to 
make the Synod more •7"« °'.*S** ^^^^^^^^ of their live., 

our young people during .t»»« ^^•'""'".^'d in greater .mount.. 
BO that financial .upport will be provided in gre.» 

BUDOBT AND FINAM-E CX>ltMnTBK 

Da. JoH3» OaAHAM. Chairmmn 

flNANCK' 

. .k,.t «i«^>*a ma4le In the 1»6J4 Capital 
The Commute, reporu^tpledgej^mjdewtn ^^^^^ ^^^^ 

Fund. Campaign «°' ^^^S i«2 S7 hal Ki^d. leaving a bal 
of 1277.727. on which »«*•"»•{ iTnTTpiHr that all of th. 

!!:rcS!.tT.rKi:^p/tiJjr;he^u 

to 8»% of original <»«-'«""«5L/^^V Chu^Si «d tadl 
the M% '»«™'"Li?« i7^L?SdISrU%apldly a. poaalble be 
;r« •of'th%".-t S'eJ?Io^Tw?S!S:rer.t'>Jom'an. college and 
Eaat Carolina College. 
BUIMJBTH: 

relatively atatloiiary while oar ^^^^^^^J^^^^^u aUaatlaa. 
• The Sjriiod «"»<f •«^'* Jj jL^tly ^ «^«S« to eipMe 

IB lt«i-tt 



IM7 ItW 



IMS IWI 



~ "tpt* for ecu 



Ml.m MMW H^W ••]"» •"**• •'•v''* 
ti.m rijai ••.44« 4i,«a« *iM* ^ 










•tt<. 



•«•<* 



•Tk. ^. 1 inM ■■■da and recelpU 1. conditioned by a poor 
..Z^i^2iJ5522ir«iPre.byterlea. Theae acceptance, have 



sYNOn OF NORTH CAROLINA 



IM 



annual operating budget. 

tTIAFKI. HIL.1. C'HURt-H CAMPAIGN 

The synod of I960 "t^-«*f » ""^H^Jr and the'Vi^tei: 
*"''' ""lS.r?.Ll"t7b:rrow u7 tftw^StidroJ- h^money pledged. 

TOe ■*"'^"*»*' "7r„, ,, _,,i K^ ready for occupancy In Septero- 
and It IH ««P«»«««*,**'»A. Ir^vf^rJItlna for 700 at one time. The 
ber of thla year. It wl I VToy^^^*^^''^}^lJ^ ^^^ ,» $474,683 

total coat (not »°^'"<i'°l.^'P^° «;!J ?200 7oo !id l. now en- 
The local congregation *»•• .»»°"°*«J li,h a «oal of 1160.000. 

will reduce thl. borrowing and i^ve much Intereat. 

»ltM.t»W n»a|N I Hill Hancluao CMnp«lK» of IWW 

Paid lo datr 



I 

Orange Pre«bytery 
Mecklenburg Preebylery 
Concord Preebytery 
\Vln.ton-8alem Preabytery 
Kings Mountain Presbytery 
Wilmington Freabytery 
Albemarle Preabytery 
L Rlchardaon Tru.t 



AmouBt 

8 30.000 

86.000 

It. 600 

16.000 

S.OOO 

5.000«» 

10.000 

6.000 



$114,600 



(March 81.1 

$10,111.00 

13.200.00 

86.00 

3.243.gK 
2.144.76 
1.481.08 
00.00 
6.000.00 

$36,210 71 



lte«^wm«i«Utlo»ii : 

of Campu» (hrtatlaa Life 

~.,n .o«e inatance. the pledge !»" ^Xir'^In " h?r'!artlnc- 
tt^Sl-ed^rar^-. rin1.v'Sur;'hi7chel"withl. th. Pr- 

..Siratare may be higher. ..nee the at.... of aom. Pl-ii« 
Is sBcertala. 



TAMinH CHIUSTIAX IJFE ACX'OrNt 

1. FiiiHiuial HlMlemrnl 
January 1. 19«1 to December 31. l»61 

IMl 

Income: 

From FreKbyierlen: 

' ".w 1 I 3.363.3H 

Concord i «7« si 

Fayettevlll. IIaI'I 

Granvill- J?!; ij 

KlnK- Mountain Jj^ 

MecklenbuiK -. 6 450 90 

()rang«- VcAfl «« 

Wilmington li-AT^ 
Winston-Siilem _____ 

ToUl From Presbyterlea $41,494.33 

From Other Source*: 

L. Richardson. 8r.. Truft Fund ^l «« 
Board of Christian Education— Chal- 
lenge Oltif 

For Duk. UnlverBliy Campus W..rk»-r 500.00 

For Presbyterian Hospital Worker- , ..- „ 

Charlotte. N. C l.OOQ.OO 

For ChaiH>l Hill Worker — 

Fcr N C State College Associate 

Worku- z.ooo.w 

Support from Contingent Salary Fund 6,0<3.74 

Tot.l incon.. $51.«f 07 



tlMMt 



t 2.882.95 
4.9S6.7R 
4J4S.05 
2.>t7.8S 
4,SSS.19 
11.089.64 
<JC4.g: 
2.€18.4fi 
1.475.0€ 

$41,083.84 



170.00 
2.Me.00 

too.oo 

300.00 
2,120.87 



$4B.97471 



K«p«Bse«: 

Support of Campus Cbrbllan Lire Work: 

University of North Carolina 

N. C. State College 

Duke UnlTerslty 

Woman's College— U.N.C. 

hZaM Carolina College .._......^ 

SUte Teachers College. f»fineTni« . > i 

Wake Forest College .^., 

WtMininster Fellovmhlp 

Derriopioent and Asststame tr. Other 
CoU^« and among Student Nurses 
•t Preabyterlan Hoi«pltal, Charlotte. N. C. 



$11.88T.4S 


$12,329.00 


14.193.26 


ll.4«8.0<> 


8.C97.08 


<,M7.0(* 


«.€75.0B 


S.6M.90 


5.272.99 


MIS-U 


1.799.91 


1JO0.W 


««0.«0 





S38 60 



Couimlttee Bipeaaes 

Audit 

Social Security 
Miscellane«iui« 

Total Budgeted Expenses 



732.91 
50.0« 
12.90 

188.89 



600.00 



$49,744.87 $46,149.63 



807.73 
S0.0<' 

}t}.8» 



$60,729.07 $4M411S 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 

600.00 



Challenge tlifts Forwarded to Duke 

Univernlty 

Challenge Oiftx F'orwarded to U. N. C 
Challenge C.lfti« Forward to N. C. S. 



ToUl E^|H'n^>^■^ 

Fund Balance December 31. 19«1 



61.229.07 



lOS 



2,000.00 
300.00 
300 00 

48,941.16 



8. Ktfi-utive Commln***' of ('iuii|>u« ChrUtian 
ituilKet for I9e.i 



UBlT«nlty of North Carol iuu 
Nortb Carolina State College 

Duke University 

Woman's College, U. N. C. 

BMt Carolina College 

Teachers College. Fay«tt«Tlll«. 

Waka Fore«t College . 

Sjmod'f Westminster Fellowship 

Council 
Ilevelopment £ Assistance tit other 

and among the student nurses 
Training Fund Student Workers 
Committee Exp«>n8e8 
Contingent and .Miscellaneous Fund 



iilfe 



$18,601 


$22,022 


I9.ff« 


22.101 


13.627 


18.115 


8.130 


7.09K 


7,024 


10.437 


2.007 


3.094 


2.500 


2.600 


000 


60U 


Colleges 




2.100 


2.100 


1,000 


1.000 


1.600 


1.000 


1 2.000 


800 



$79,778 



$90.52; 



R REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 



V. jAMtH F»«iA«Tir, Chairman 



Rk 



LSii^S. we .r. con«:lou. "^/^J^ ^'J^^he forthcoming Co».«m 
UM upon uii. wp*cuny 'nj°^, '5ul to 0«>d for HU «*»«»«« *» 
IJlte C^tculum. and w*. *7 J"**f iljod b*- aware of lu »P»r«d^ 

plUhmentK. p«mmllte« ba^ met M^eral tUne« M » 

lar •«•• of work. 

glonal Director continued «»c<mr««»»* •— 

<t»ll<lrrn » Work 
T,, .rowv. Of t..^h«rcj U .rjji«tja tn ^SSi^WoST^ 

^•;f.li?J^*rSt^-S SlSl. ^'P to t.o« working . 
''*• "^Z !^ of the Area Director, of <^J^i^;^Z 

va?at7orcr.^i^i:."r st;^-^L^32 

«M;h pr«.bytery ."^^^S^Kamite. hare Pr«^^?*^w."5!2! 

luh aTu. «roUment of 4MU. ^^^^ 

Within the *«»«*• ^^^JJi'llluS ^mai «•,?« 'S^:: 
,«^h„ <•«"«»»""• SS^Jwlil lh«ir own leademhlp Th. 
SS5rJoMre'^-rn',nr«?Jte':^2 fonowa: 



SVNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



lo: 



r fVmMultant 



Mra. Frank Hedge* 
n03 Weat Gold Street 
Wllaoa. N. C. 

Mm R. Brt>ok»i Love 
Koute 6, Box 81211 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Mm. W. F Masten, Jr. 
104S East Morebead 8t. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Mra. Ben Campen. Jr. 

Box 26 

Red Spring*. N- <"■ 

Mrs Jack McCorkle. Jr. 
Koute 1 
Ltncolnton. N. C. 

Mm J. Vernon Ruslcka 
J0< N. M«i^enhall St. 
nre«Mkoro. N. C 



Mra. William L. Sboffnar 
708 W Wlllowbrook DTm 
Hurllngton, N C 

lira Allen Brawley 
272 Rldgeway Avenue 
SUteavlUe, N. C. 

Mm. R. C. Morrl.. 
RoaU 1. Box 114 
Wilmington. N. C. 

Mra. Nelll McGeachy 
221 Waat Bad Ave. 
StalWTUla. N. C 

Mm. C«:ll E. Orayblll. Jr. 
ftSl Docwood Road 
SUteavlUe. N C 



Training Center 

Nuraery Three Year Old 
First Church 
WllHon. N. C. 

Nuraery Three Year Old 
Paw Creek Church 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Kindergarten Dept. 
FlrBt Church 
Charlotte. N. C 

KlBtergartaii Four A Five 
Red Sprtnga Church 
Red Springe, N. C. 

Kindergarten 
FIrrt Church 
Ltncolnton, N. C. 

Klndfrgarten Four Year Old 
Flrat Church 
Oreenaboro. N. C. 

Primary Setond «;rad« 
First Church 
BurllngtoB, N. C. 

Primary Second Uradtf 
Ffrat Church 
SUteavllle. N. C. 

Primary Second Gr^e 
St Andrew* Covenant 
Wilmington. N. C 

Primary Third Grade 
FIrat Church 
Stateavllle. N. C. 

Junior Sixth Grade* 
Flrat Church 
Stateavllle. N. C. 



PUum are belniE made for an area laboratory m hool for the aummar 
of 19«3 Thp •ttcceaa ot thU vt-nture wlU depend In a Urge OMMnrc 
upon the active participation of rep rt aa n Utlvex from the CharcMS. 

UpMi recommendation of the Children'* Work Hubcomralttee. tke 
Rxetstlve Committee of Chrlntlan Education reaffirmed the loi- 
liortancc uf making all Junior Realdent Camp* conform to rerogntoai 
-undnrda. The major age enptewla In anch campa should be npen 
boy* Md Rirli who have o wpl*to< Ui« fifth and alxth ^irMea. 
Moreover. Janler QumpB nee4 BMtnre. welHmlnad adnit lendcrjMp. 
lunl.ir realdMt ena^C rt»nM he eondncted with a deeentrmltaad 
•mall-gronp awntteh tteUnr to the family crv^Bg «> which 
. hlldree of thla af« «re accnatomed Small group enaqdng l* defined 
«• that In which there are non-t« h«Hluled acflvltlea carried em In 
family gronpe led by at leafl on* m>n and one woman for 
or nil ehlMrea In camp 



,-,. iiimrnin 



los 



MIKfTES OF THFl 
Youth Work 



H Vital place In the »J^^ "J J^; * Educat*"'^ «eek« to provide thor 
„H own Committee of <^hr ^tlan Educan ^^^^ effective 

Zt.V;'oT. ir,r.f ^rc1,erpS.cipa... ..th .he,r own youn. 

('hrl»ti.n Education ^^ "^'^'''^Jf •;^"^'^; , ^^k of th. I>r».«b>terian ^ 
Mu.h interest h" been exhibited In the ^c^^^J^^^^^ ^^ 

iiuldanre Tenter •««* Z"^^"*, %!,"'*,, voung people attending the 

Youth Awwmbiy «»'^"J*'"*„ ";";,:";„ Youth Work hau emcaged 
July 19-25. 1H3. The S"***^™"^'"'^^;^,^ to Senior High Work 
,n the thorough Mudyof po Ir ej ^v Syn.Kl s Tommlttee of Chrt. 
Z: ^^tyr'.nd"marb:i?u?l:fth\^o;g^"the office of the Hegiona, 

Director. 

yHfu'* Work muA Adult Work 

treat The date, of V'^f'J'*'^' 7"J"J"n,«tion at the Conference 
i. hoped that there wHl be w»de r^P"^;' " %.„un,f p«,pj«. t. srhed 

''?:. ^r A''rT'^ai.eTn*0?^nJS>ro''rub Vl4^' STce more. thi. 

rfeJe^nc^ f. Ip22S5 hy the Men of the SyBOd. 

LEADERSHIP EDUCATIOK AND AR^^^r,Je,«iteTj!|V^ 
gram of ChriMian Education "^J^ ;^' "Jf ^^^"pucrin the Synod 
Uderahlp Many »" "'"^„"X ,? me to Synod', office for aid 

;r?h^iorr'TST!roX'"t;tl^^tl:;rre,K,rt^nd.^^^ what h.« 

been done during the past year 



l.eader»hip School* 

Cllnlcb 

Cainptt 

Junior 
Pioneer 
Hen lor 

julvlt Workshop* 



_I7 
2S 



18 
23 
15 &« 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 

Vacation Chunh S< hf>ol Inatituten 

Directors 
Teachers 

Other Training Conferences 
Senior High I^-aders 
Pioneer- Junior Camp Director* 

Training Centers Estahlixhed 
Re-accredited 
Accredited 



IM 



11 

17 U 



3 11 



A list of persona who have Uught iu leadership whools in recent 
years and the roursen taught may l>e obtained by lnteresi#«d Churches 
from the office of the Regional Dire<tor. 

The Committee expresses appreciation for the able work of our 
\rea Direitorx. Thev are Miss Helen Cole. Orange Presbytery; 
Miss Mary Catherine McCormlck. Fayettevllle Presbytery: Mlas 
ilelen Jackaon, Oranvllle Preabytery; MIm Sue RuddcK k. Mecklen 
burg Presbytery: Miss EIoIhp Wella. Concord and WInston-Salem 
Presbyteries; Miss I>orothy Ray. Kings Mountain Presbytery: Miss 
Patricia Stapleton. Albemarle Presbytery; and Miss Annie Sarah 
Hlggins. Wilmington Preshytery 

Through the Subcommittee on I-eader»hlp Education, emphasis 
hax been laid upon Covenant Life Curriculum Seminars to be held 
within the bounds of the Synod during this year Th.> Sub<omralt 
tee has recommended tliat a Covenant Life Seminar Ih- conducted 
in the spring of 1963 In order to present the Covenant Life Curricu 
lum to those ministers ind directors of Christian Education who. 
tiv reason of Illness, pressing pastoral responslbilltiea. or other 
<aua4Hi. have »>een fontti tu l>e absent from the H»gular Covenant 
Lite Seminar In 1962 The time and place will he announced at a 
later date from the office of the Regional Director 

Every Presbytery Committee of Chrlatlan Edu«-atlon is being ra- 
•luested to conduct a sufficient numb«r of twelve-hour workBhop»' 
within Its bounds, thai every Individual who will teach the !»bI« 
idull study of the Covenant Lite Curriculum In (k-tob«»r. 1963. will 
have an opportunity for adequate preparation In order to give 
sofficient training to theae designated leaders. It is recommended 
that an additional six hours of work be s<ht^uled. thereby making 
these twelTe-plns-aix hour workshops 

Au<tfo>VlMua] IVpartmnil 

Your Committee commends to the Synod the Audio-Visual Depart 
,jeBt of the Committee of Christian Bdncation which Is under the 
ioBpetent direction of Miss Beatrice Klaer During the y««r. th« 
HMBIhly circulation of the dapnrtmeDt averaged 260 audio^visual 
aida. Ob« hundred fifty-two Churches in the Synod participated In 
the aerrtcea provided by the library, with .1.2tM) pleies of audio 
visual material being used Mc mberahip in this department may 
\>f secured by any Church In the Synod at an annual fee «rf $12.00 
An Audiovisual Seminar has been scheduled for November 2«-Sl 
l»«2. at Camp Stewart. Charlotte. N. C This Seminar la being spon 
Mired Jointly by the North Carolina Council of Churchea and the 
National Council of Churches Intereated persons should contact 
Mr Turner as to detailed plans and cost* 



110 



illKUTKS OF THR 
l^rlntJaii Action 



Lr-,j;;,^r'srRr,rT?r.^iSu' ™, ^ obu.»- .-.. 

„„ on Chrl.ll.n ArtL.n •f,'''J»''f ';;, cCcki. •^»«* " °">" 
b., !. 1«!. Tb. ~«lo». rf tb^~v,r.l Cbjrcn_^^ ^__ ,„pb..l.. 

that January. 19«S. »»•" <*••• ■** ■" 
ChHstUn Art Ion. 



T.. attention ot the 8.nod J. ^»;f ^oirc^rmJJ^fX*- 
Financial State •"•''hedto J»» ^P*";^ of .ubrt»ll« awl «»«»»» ^ 
lU reapon-lbtllty for «'»l,»;*'',f f'Vcar«fuJ~«»«r. A copy of 
•.PMMI Uw '«*«2^^7;\*J,'e'diythrst.ted Clerk of Synod. 

-V'o:?-?.::;s;u^nrri f -^^ 

ir'';:.!;;: tt-o' :: Suri^^nt^T^wts^f r^rt-tian .:duc.t.n. 

io? only in the Synod, but In .very Church. 



BeeoMm^ndat ton* 



^». u # tK* Bvn,^ be reminded of the urgent need 
1. That all Churchea of the 8ym«l b* rem n« chriatlan 

^ -..rii"..".' .'s;i:i':°»p'b*i- --'•.r.br^o.-.b .. i.n,.rr. 

^.. w # t»,» qvnrw) make every effort to faclllUte 
Jp.I?.U.t..'«TbVVr;.',.ru'S ;"?r..«.u^ .brou-b „b„n.. 

Mid worknbops. 

, That synod «lopt a h-dget for l^W/^/.^J^f""'* ^^'^ 
miit Jo? cJriSuan Education In the amount of |W.2i5. 

4 That the Reverend Robert Turner ^ ^r^^^':^^'*'^' ^' 
r^or oTchrlellan Education for a term of three ymr^ \ 

,. That p^-t-f.^s'-rrcrriifuV-i;:^^^^^^^^ 

"^""'k '^^m'k'^K':?^? o?in" ?ieolo.lcal Semlnry b. 
rrd^o .d'i'.i«^b.''8;n":?on the Covenant LU. Curriculum 



SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 

1. WncrmiTC COMMITTKK of t-HRIHTLtS 
FINANCIAL 8TATKMKXT 

R««relpta and Wnburfwinentji 
January 1. 1S«1 through 31 December 



Adranc* for Expenae-Char. Off Ice - 
Fanda In Bank at beictnning of Period 
Mortgace Loan — ReT. Robert Turner 
Synod's Yoatb Council Fonda _ 
Sab Committee Youth Work 



HeceipCa 

Klnc* MounUin Pr«bytery --- 
Director's House Rent Allowance 
Synod's Otice 

SUte Withholding Tax 

Eqallltatlon Fund 

Contingent Salary Fund -- -- 

interest Income 



111 
EDUCATION 



1911 

81 Uer. l»«i 

I 400.00 

10. 812. XT 

J.liO.OO 

2.l77.tB 

1.106.SK 

I 1S.HS.47 

I 

S79.0O 
42.t08.r2 



1.811.17 

isY.f* 

I 45.778.18 
84.071.8& 



AdTaae*-BaeraatloB Workahop 
AdTa&ee for Expense— Char. Office 
Area Work 8ch. 2-^ - 
Aadlo-Vlsual Education Work 
0«B«ral Promotion Work Sch 2 

Ifaa'a 

Sab Committae Tonth Work 



Funds iB Bask at end of period 
Mortgaca Loaa — Rev. Robert Turner 
Synod's Yovth Council Funds 
Sub Committaa Yoath Work 



f 


100. ou 




400.00 




S«.t86.»3 




84S.OO 




10.164.88 




TkO.OO 




«il.l4 


1 


41.117.18 


1 


8.TI«.7e 




2.480.00 




8.088.28 




488.84 



8 14.814.80 
84.071.88 



Reaenre for Coatlac^claa 

Securities on Hand 

U. 8. Traaa. 1H% Bond of 1888-1882 • 1.000 00 

81 Daeember 1881 
Charlotte. North Carolina 

Dr. Jamee Forgartle, Chalrmaa 

Dr. B. D. WIUwrspooB. Chalrmaa Finance Comm. 

Rar. Sobart Tamar. Director 



112 



MINUTKS OF THE 



BUIMIKT i-HKISTIAN KIHCATION— !»«:« 



CHARLOTTE OFFICE 

Office Expense 

Secretary 

Extra Clerical Help 

SuppUew A Expensen 



REGIONAL DIRECTOR'S HOUSE 

House Rent Allowance 
rUHtleii 



AUDIO-VISIAL EDl'CATION 



l*TOKram Biirtnet 
1908 



2. 800. 00 
3.900.00 
1,000.00 
3,000.00 



Clerical 

Supplies ii EnuipniPilt 



AREA WORK 

» Area DCEa (In 19«-' for 8) 
Travel Expense. Area IMrectora 
Inaurance and Hospitallxatlon 
Social Security 
Employee* Annuity Fund 
Materials. Supplies for I)lre<tor» 
Equipment * Office .Maintenance 



MENS WORK 

Synod Cooncll Kxpenae 

I 

\ 
OENERAt PROMOTION 



A€-c«»pled by 
H>-no<i«lfMIS 

9 2.800.00 
3,400.00 
1,000.00 
3,000.00 



$10,700.00 $10,200.00 



% 1.740.00 
900.00 

I 2.«40.Oii 



$ 9U0.00 
2.000.00 

I 2.900.OH 



I4S.200.00 
R. 800.00 
923.0 . 
1.404.0.1 
1.828.00 
3,000.00 
2.500.00 



Church Music Workshop » 

Conferences. Counclla. Commissions I 
Treaa. Office. Clerical. AudiU. Etc 
VacattoD Church School Inatitutea 
Area Laboratory Schoola 
Adult Workshops 
Recreation Workshop 



500.00 
«,O00.Otf 

900. OU 

600.0i» 
2.800.0d 
l,760.«t 

460.00 



\ 



Total 



$12.tOO.M 

193.295 00 



( 1. 740.00 
900.00 

t 2.C40.00 



t 900.00 
2.000.00 

% 2.900.00 



$41,400.00 
H, 800.00 
923.00 
1. 371.00 
1.828.0U 
3.000.00 
2. 500.00 



$<1,IS5.00 I&9.8SS.00 

S 2.500.O« $ I.iOO.OO 

9 S.600.00 f l.ftOO.M 



$ c.ooo.oo 

900. Oil 

7(0.00 

2.800.00 

1.760.00 

460.00 

tl2.C60.00 

$!H».712.«o 



C. REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
OF CHURCH EXTENSION 

Rkv W. D. MdNMs. Chairman 

Prenmblc 

Vour Church Extension Committee has been actively at work 
(lurinK the year throuRh its various subcommittet's. At the annual 
:iu'*>tlnK of the whole tommlttee in Synod'H Office on April 30 and 
May 1, reports and recommendations of our subcommittees were 
arefully considered before being put in final form to bring before 
I his body. There is room for encouragement In all areas of our 
• ndeavor but certainly no reason for complacency. 

In the field of home missions, for instance, we find an awakening 
rt-allxation of the need for church mergers in order that a more 
■ ffectivc ministry may be provided, better planning and super- 
xislon by presbytery committees, and a reduction In the request for 
-alary «>UKtentatton by our presbyteries. 

Impnivement has been shown In evangelism with over four thou- 
sand received into the church on profetsslon of faith. Attention Is 
ailed to a resolution adopted by Synod last year to the effect "that 
the Church Extension Committee through its subcnmmlttee on evan- 
gelism be asked to re-evaluate Syn<id'8 program on evangelism and 
I. port back to Synod in 1962." Such a study was made by our aub 
.ommlttee and the Church Extension Committee as a whole adopted 
Its recommendation "that after careful evaluation and study of the 
urogram of evangelism at the Synod level It does not feel that radical 
hanges would be warranted." 

It should be of interest to Synod to know that for a year now • 
^pe<lal subcommittee haa been considering the thorny problem of 
r,ranls<In-Ald Its report and recommendations were considered 
iiy the Church Extension Committee at Its May meeting and given 
Uack to au enlarged committee for a further study. We are confl- 
•lent that In time they will arrive at a better way of doling with 
'his mailer. 

Pending the consideration of this repf>rt and its recommendations 
we would like for Synod to hear briefly the chairmen of the com- 
mittees (if Evangelism. Home Missions. Radio and Television. ao4 
Vegro Work. 

FINANCiSf} 

1 Aaaembly Mnpport: The Board of Charch Extension a|>- 
(>roved of Salary Sustentatton Aid during 1962 for three Presbyt*- 
riex as follows; 



Albemarle 

Wilmington 

Wtnston-Salem 



Requetted 

I 8.890 

8.511 

16.S20 

$34,021 



Approved 

$ 8.890 

7.600 

16.452 



f31,842 



This represents I860 less than whk approved last yMf and $2479 
«' (han requested. 



jj^ MINUTES OF THE 

.^ ,.f ihP Hoard Gr»nU-ln-Ald for thrw 

($10,000 In 1»«1K ■»« foUowa: 



O U. K" HeightH Church Building (F) 

Ciry Church Building (G) 

l'l«».a R..Md Church Building (M» 



$ 5.000 
5.000 
6.500 

fl«.MO 



The Board wa« faced wl.b 45 reque-U for «.I.Unce. .ol.lHn. 
$ Js 'oo^wice the amouu. that wan available 

Home Mt"um. for the Board, wrl.ea: 

•our BoardH total r«=*tpt. from ^^ !rm? w.rTl'lS^I ?' 
fS^[he Chur. h Year ending l>^J^^lJl^ ^'^V ^mliy; mini 
Your Synod . full P'-«P«'-'»"°»'-, ^f* R^rd for mi wa. $303.- 
mum ••klng^ for the *^»^J\°J^°%^cJ^;nnm w«re €3 26% 
J8100. our B.ard«JJ«^e»P«'~«^^'-th^*^^^^^^^^ our toUl re 
of the minimum ""j^ed by the j7«^iJ,7'^^„i„ted to 61.72'X 
celpt. from all of ^e Synod, during i»^ Ai..«mbly. Th. 

of the total m»keA ^"^"""^ ^^/^7,h .mTng the Synod. In th. 
synod of North Car.^lna rank^ .•^tuaTy rielved by our Board 
p*rc«nt of the A«wmbly « »*>'«o«« "J jji^ had approached more 
If .!.• receipt, rron* your JJ^'J/^^^^^.^l A«M-mbly. our Board 
nearly the amount Mk«d ^^ ^»* ; ^^ ,|,^ donation reque-t.* 

•;r„.'.5V„X%'ni;C'."i "»" ''""' .«« — '»•■ 

77t.S0. an imreaw« of 11,614.4. six rr*^ y 

"''"^ . .Mr.u«(TlB> Preabyterle. for .alary .u^ 

aid dUtrlbutlon In the «iao»Pt o^ »i..a.» 

Two Pre^byterle* are requeatlng lew, one me ««. 

^«.rved by worker, who are aided by hynoa 

,,ant.in^i, «"f '-J^^iJ, -^TraJu'^rnm ISl InccJme Sfll";^ 
Church in the amount «^.J2.0«^ 0«m. ir ^^ ^^j^,^^ 

r,t«.ted m the lf«2 audited J«"^'*L!^;f,j; " gjoc. IWl <Uw>"'^ 
,B e.crow 12.500 '"^J^J^J^t./'^^^Mjr 8y,,<;d Ha. »ad« fr..' 

in. .pproprlationn made thu. i.r in »•" • 

lotnlllng $12H.90f 

The following Table .how. the Orant,.l» Aid program .Ince m 



8VNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



Uf 



1»M 
IMl 

19(12 
195S 
1954 
1955 
19S6 
1957 



0av9 




Sl.BSO 


19S8 


30.710 


1»69 


S.S80 


IfCO 


1.S4C 


IMl 


5.1S4 


1962 


9.800 




1.600 




798 





I tM 

. M.4M 

11.000 

2.000 

11.321 

1128,909 



1. Ijcmui Kundii: 

There were 41 loan, at the end of 1961 (36 last year), ranging 
from $1,750 to $10,000 ($31,000 In addition on Synod'. Office Build- 
ing) Loanft are made at 4% Interest, and are properly secured 
lucome from the Church and ManM Loan Fund la returned to the 
Corpus, and when the fund reaches $200,000, the Income will be 
used In a manner to be determined by the Executive Committee, 
probably in grant.. 

The Church and Mamr Loan Fund a. of December 31. 1961, wa. 
valuMl at $157,424 In contra.t to $152,343 a year ago. an IncresMs of 
$MS1-2I. 

The Permanent Reterte Fund a. of D«c«mber 31. 19€1 wa. valued 
at M6.91S 80. an Increaae of $9,000. of which $6,424.42 was from the 
Mr*. A. T. Medium bequeat 

4. Wharto* Estate: The Wharton E.tate formerly conaUted 
of three hoaa«. at an Mtimated value of $26,612, and Mvlng. In 
exccM of $4,000. From rent In 1961. we received $1,090.36 and from 
Interest $lSfl40, a total of $1,270.76. Income from the rent wa. 
applied agalnNt the cost of renovation, on the bou.M totalling 
$3,640.16 The IntereM wa. umnI according to the terms of the will 

The Committer authorlMd disposition of the three houses on 
TUden Street, and this wa. done at a toUl ule of $22,000. Two of 
the hotuMMi were sold la INl aad tiM ether In 1M2. BefMre thi. wa. 
ronnmmated It beeuM me ses g ry to rraovate all three houses at s 
total cost of |f.ttS.M. This left nothing In the original cash be- 
quent The kiMSi are being paid for on a mcMithly basts and tke 
notes are aefotiable at •% interest 

5 MH'alliin Bstate: You are aware that In 1961 the Synod 
• sme Into po s s es s ion of the A T. McCallam BeUte. Talaed at ap^ 
proximately mo.OOO On May 2 the Trustees diebarssd |9.2tt.ll. 

which reprewnled profit, prior to the delivery of the Faad to Syaed 
In the anount of $2,561 48 and $6,70803 for the year IMl. Thaee 
fund, have beea dl.trllMted according to (he temn of the will 

During IMl the atlorsers of the late Mrs. A. T. McCallaai advised 
the Secret a ry-Trea.urer of Synod that Mr.. McCallum luid left a 
bequeet In her will for the Home Mission CoouBlttee of Synod In 
the amount of $6,424 42. with no '.trlBffs'' attached. The money ha* 
been tnveeted In a sarlnc. account snd I. drawing Intetent. 



«. Mrm. Wnmh m ^ C. Oskarw Beqweei: In February. liOl, at- 
rneys for the cMate of the laU Mrs Kliaheth C. Oehora of Oreen.^ 

r.>mlited s che< k for $1,000 to sstl.fy the terras of her will, 
(IK t».n .hare, of paid up .locli In Gate City Sartni^ and Loan 
As«Klatlon. of OrccBsboro. N C The gift ban no string" attach 
»*d. and l» deposited on Mving*. 



Ill 



MINUTES OF THE 



7 Total ( hurth Eitenslon (ilfU: Total gifts to Church Ex- 
lensl.in tC.ngregatlonal. Pret>bytery. Synod, and Assembly) In- 
crelied by 17.035 In 1961. The grand total to all Church Extension 
wr^48 980 The banner year was 1959. $924,890. the year \MnB on- 
Salem PresbytJrV Rave »160.000 for Presbytery Church ExtenBion. 
(For breakdown, see Table III at end of Report.) 

8. Apportlonmenta and Accept.rtiice« : Granville and Winston- 
Salem ai^pted 100% Askings by Synod for 1961 and Granville 
MeVklenburg. and Wtnston-Salem for 1962. None «*^« >«»/«" J" 
1961 The iynod average of glring to ^«king»wM 62.63% (56J!1% 
In 1960). Albemarle had the best record of g Utng In 1961— 68.80% 
Concord was second with Mt^klenburg the lowest 'or the second 
straight year, 87.12%. Wilmington ranked seventh and Fayettevillp 
eighth 

By Presbyteries this is reflected for the past two year* u follows: 



I960 



IMl 



Fank 

1— WS .. 

2— A 

3— C 

4— KM ~ 

5— F 

«— G 



8— W „. 
»-M — 



Ptrcent 

70.M 

M-O? 

W.00 

€4.86 

60.77 

,66.60 

.63.40 

.60.17 

39.64 



Rank 

1— A 
2— C 

3— KM .. 
4— W-8 

5—0 

6 — a — 

8— r — 

»-M 



SYNOD 65.81 



Percent 

68.80 

_ 68.07 

62.43 

69.93 

54.44 

.62.64 

5134 

50.45 

37.12 



SYNOD 68.tS 



y 1968 iludffet: The Budget Asking for 1963 is $84,710 in 
contrast t.. $97,802 for 1962, a reduction of $13,092. This is reflected 
largely In the item Orants-lnAid" which has b«en reduced by 
$10,000. 



■VAXOBIJHM 

Ualns and Luwmw: Synod show«d a net gain last year of only 
856 11 718 the year before). This is but .58%. the lowest perhapn 
In the history of the Synod, certainly In m»«»7 y««" ^^°^ ^^^ P"^ 
vlous Ave yean, the average Is 1.68%. In im Uie }r^cT^^f* was 
2 91% There has been a diminution e^h year, and «b1^m the trend 
changes, the Synod will becin showing • net joes within the next 
couple of years. I nqueationably one reMOB for the trend Is the 
fart thai churches have Wm ««• rigid In regard to purging rolls 
since 1968 when Synods offtea and program were f»^^o« * ^ 
caplU basis of support This is attested by the fart that Pjofea- 
slons of faith imreated In 1162 over 1960 from 3.90<Jo *•»<« *»« 
memb.>n. received by letter and reafTlrmallon increased from 6.7ig 
to 7,415. the largest on record except one year, while t.ontw 
totalled 10.214. also the largest on record 



1864 
1966 
1966 



8.64% 

8.tl% 

tu% 



1967 
1868 
1868 



1.71% 
154% 
137% 



18«0 
IHl 



1.20% 

687% 



Since 1940 the Synod has Increased from 90.906 to 1 45.640, or by 
64.735. or 60%. 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



117 



Pror««MioBs of Faith: The number of churches reporting no 
professirns of faith In 1961 was 195 in contrast to 163 the year be- 
fore. Approximately 128 churches were without a mlnltser in 1961. 
and most of these showed no professions of faith, or only a few. 
There are 645 churches. During 1961 seven churches were dlMolved 
and seven organised. There were 1,977 adult baptlums last year 
(1,916 the year before), and 2.773 Infant baptisms (2,620 In 1960). 

(■ruwlh of 8yn<Ml rontrasted: The Assembly net growth for 
1961 was 1.61%. a slight Increafw over 1960. and the growth since 

1950 is 35.71%. Matching figures for the Synod are .68% and 26.76%. 
Among the 16 Synods. North Carolina ranked 11th in 1961 (9th in 
1960 1. The Synod of Florida continues to lead the Synodn, with 
an Increase of 4.10%. For lh«' period since 1950 Florida also leads 
with 88. .19%. 

Th»' General Assembly grows faster percentage-wise than the 
HapilMt and Methodist churches In North Carolina, 30.11% since 

1951 for Presbyterians and 29.63% for Baptists and 15.70% for 
Methodists The Synod rate Is 5.76% below the Baptists since 1951 
and 8.18% better than the Methodists 

Spiritual Birthrate The Synod ranked 14th (16 Synods) in the 
(leneral Assembly In Spiritual Birthrate, growth by profession of 
faith, in 1961 (16th last year); 2.80% in contrast to 2.74% last year 
and 4.08% for the Synod of Florida, which ranked first among the 
Synodtt. 

t^oulyinnino Ratio: In the Soul-winning Ratio, the number of 
members required to win earh soul to Christ on profession of faith, 
the Synod also ranked 14th, 36 persons in contrast to only 25 for 
the Synod of Florida and 31 for the General Assembly. 

The Synod showed a slight improvement In both areas last year. 

By PretbuterieM. Five Presbyteries reported a net loss in 1961: 
Albemarle. Fayetteville, Concord. Wtnston-Salem, and Wilming- 
ton, respectively —.27, —28. —1.43. —1.82, —3.69 percent Only 
Orange and Granville showed signs of health, the former reporting 
a net gain of 3% and the latter 2.14%. Mecklenburg ranked third, 

1 52%. and Kings Mounuin fourth, .35%. 

For the period 1840-1961 Albemarle, though loaing ground sllghtlv. 
continued to lead the Synod with a net gain of 99.46%. Mecklenburg 
remained In second place, 84.40%. The Synod increase for the pe- 
riod la fO%. 

For Bpiritmat Birthrate in 1961 Winston-Salem ranked first in 
growth by professions of faith. 3 84% Albemarle ranked second. 
Cranvllle third, and Wilmington and Kings Mountain sth and 9th 
Kor the p^rirH) 195.1 1961 Albemarle ranked first. 4 29%. Winston- 
Salem second, and Kings MounUln and Concord 8th and 9th The 
Synod percentage for 1961 was 2,70% and for the period 1952 1861 

2 83%. 

For Soul-Winning Ratio, the number of persons required to win 
one soul to Christ. Winston Salem was first In 1961. 26.02, Albemarle 
second, and Concord and Kings Mountain 8th and 9th The Synod 
average was 86.83 persons. For the period 1953 1961 Albemarle waa 
flrst. 24.66 persons. Winston Salem second, and Kings MounUln and 
Concord 8th and 9th The Svnod average was 32.17. 



»INDAY H< HOOL 

The Sunday School enrollment Increased in 1961 by only 481. 
37'-, •lightly more than during I960 (.38%). This growth is not 



118 



MINUTIS OF THE 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



11* 



( ' 



aa «ood as communicant growth, as poor a« that U. (.68%). Con 
cord KlDM MounUln. and Wilmington reported loasea. the other 
S-2'byteH« Tery slight Increwes. Concord reports ^ lo«.s two 
«7rtlght ySrs. and Klng« Mountain and Wilmington three or more 
coM^utlvr years. FayettevlUe had by far the best record of 
S?SlrTh In numbeni-749 Mecklenburg showed an increase of 415. 
orange 256 wl^ton-Salem 78. Albemarle M. "^ Granville 9. Con- 
cord reported 874 losses. Wilmington. 127; and «>««« M°"° "'^ «< 
For ihe^rlod since 1940 Albemarle leads with a growth of 113.24^^ 
foHowHl by Mecklenburg. 110.20%. Kings Mountain ranks lust, with 
a gjr^h of only S4.41*. The Synod Increase for the same period 
Is 73.80%. 

HOMC MIRSIOXH RKI'ORT 
Rev. RitiiAtD K Johsson. Chairman 

Rep..rts from seven of the nine Presbyteries |n<»>«te " •'J^* 
ness of the needs for expansion, relocation of churches the estab 

Srhment of new churches, and the "nP^r'"'"\nl^\tn^"of the 
There are also signs of conHolidations and some Indications of the 
JstaSlsh^enr of Larger Parishes; slso the dissolution of «»me 

**''Th*e 'abi^e^'flcts Indicate clo«,r supervision on the part of Church 
BETiLfo^ Commul^s. and another index of this I. the ntfntlon 
Sntllven to shift of population within the boundaries of Pres 

**^Thi**trend today In North Carolina, along with the rest of the 
nallon Is from a roral to an urban e«on«my. For economic rewons. 
Home Mission Committees are compelled to practice Mewardahip 
in th*" location and the relocation of churches. ^ . j 

some Pr«byteries have ^pe«lal committee, studying the trend, 
m thefr Pr*abyterles. and in a few instances churche. have been 
i"r^* d toTtlllse s.lf study «uldes Some of the «l«n;ft;»nt r>;J«" 
In progress in the Synod are KernersvlUe (W8». Joyce and Forest 
Hill rhurch»Hi (0». and Frank Price <AK 

Vany n. w churches have either been constructed or remod^ed. 

v"t heartening wmw eomes from tlM four ald^-ecelvlng Presby 
ierl« i^ere as VvS«lt of cloa. eiWBiltUe lUlson with local 
J;«?;i,e:.'2;rarrsustenUtlon aid ^'-.^J^^SttS^f/^K^ 
In the Synod 8 budget by approximately $2,000 redact hm In •»<•«« 
In both 19«1 and again In 1»€2 In many Instances schedule, an- 
eatabllshed with local churches for annual reductions In salary sus 
tenutlon aid requested, with the eventual goal, self supp^irt. 

■VANOBUHM 
Rjtv. BcoBiB B. KiaKMAS. Chairman 

The Subcommittee on Evangelism report* that the ftate of Evan 
geli.m in the Synod of North Carolimi is «'nP'"oi»°«. t^Ji-^^rt 
»n.tantly Improving program The various ^^J^^^^J^Il 
••couragement because of continuing Influeoce of the Mi*tion To 
The Nation program of lt«H9«l. Many charchaa report progres. 
in evangelism by u«e of the Jfisslon of FriendMhip and Training or 
the Twelve" aspect of Person to Person Evangelism 

We are slso very much encouraged by the r«»sults of ministers 
retreats held In the various Presbyteries Efforts on the part of th. 
Prwbytertes to provide opportunities for fellowship, spiritual en 



rirhineut through study and prayer, and the sharing of experiences 
and problems, have proven to be a valuable contribution to the life 
of the minister. 

The fact that Synod reported over 4.000 persons received on pro- 
fession of faith in 1961 is encouraging. This marks some improve- 
ment over last year, but does not bring us up to the level of 1959. At 
the same time we are very much concerned that 195 churches re- 
ported no gains by profession of faith. While many of these 
churches are without pastors, there Is evidence that many of them 
are In non-productive situations, or there Is little effort snd concern 
cxprt'saed by the minister and the session 

XEGRO HOHK 

Rkv. Ciiaki-es E. Kiskpatsk k. ChairiHan 

Although the work among our Negro people in the Synod is 
modest, attempts are being made towards a cooperative program 
with the U. P.-U. S A. Church. All Pr«»byterie8 are aware of the 
needs and problems which are before them, but because of the lack 
of funds •ome Pre«byterles sre unable to do an effective work 

Orange Praabytery has initiated work at l»rlsnn Camp No 0074. 
McLeansvllle. a Rehabilitation Center for first offender Negro boys, 
ages 16-21. A retired UP-USA minister serves In the position of 
religious worker and counselor, on a part-time basla. The Commit- 
tee commends this type of work to other Presbyteries. 

TRAV 

• Rev. Bk.n F. BaowTC, Chairmam 

The Report <^ the Permanent Commtttea oa TRAV to the 102nd 
Ceneral Aaaembly aUted that "with 1961 there was an explosion In 
station demand for our programs", and it Is not too much to claim 
that the Synod of North Carolina may be credited with a healthy 
rnntribution to the growth of station demand because of the activi- 
ties of Synod's TRAV Director, Mr. Ted L Daniel 

During 1961. Mr. Daniel made a total of 116 personal vislu or 
Mtation calls to 80 aUtlcms. Including all ten television stations 
within the bounds of Synod. Ah a result of good public relations. 
234 additional free hours of radio broadcasting have bean added to 
airing the Smnday School of the Air. a quarter-hoar weekly radio 
program. Among the new statloM carrying thto procram are WBIG, 
Creensboro. with a weekly audteaee of 64,300 homea. and WPTF. 
Kaletgh, with a weekly audience of 45,000 homes 

It is estimated tkat at least 10.585 more broadcaKtn of "Be Stilt 
.ind Know", a brief dally inspirational radio feature are now l>eing 
h«>ard over North Carolina radio. 

Another program. Living Frapert. ten dramatised prayers for tele- 
vision, appear on eight stations In the Synod. 

A number of radio Nations now carry C*«rc*-W'orJd .Vi-ics ( ULCA) 
and Make A Joytul Noiae (UPl'SA). which are produced and dis 
tributed by the BroadcaiAing snd Film Commission of the Sstlonal 
f'ouncil of Churchea. 

During the past year Mr. Daniel assisted in the production irf 
xeveral audio and aadlo-vlsual programs including a Campus ChHi» 
tiaa Life prrigram and aeveral locel radio preaentationp He has 
bees called upon for advice In several local situations. Including 
one or more collegm contemplating broadcaiiting as a public rela- 
tinn« media. 

1 



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A number of expressions of appreciation for the Director ■ trx- 
Ices have beeu received such as the following: "I am 8ur« your 
BugRextions were much appreciated and that our entire community 
will benefit from them." 

November 26-31 an audlo-vUual Seminar under the auspices of 
the North Carolina Council of Churches will be conducted at Camp 
Walton Stewart In Mecklenburg Presbytery. Mr. Daniel Is lervinr 
as Chairman of the Steering Committee for the project, one of two 
in the nation sponsored by the National Council of Churches. 

Mr Daniel Is currently serving on appropriate committees of th.- 
North Carolina Council of Churches and the Raleigh Public Rela 
lions Society. 



KetHtnimendatioiia : 

EvangelUm 

1 That the churches throughout the Synod be urged to mak. 
Evangt-llsm a vital part of their every organization. Including the 
Sunday School. Men of the Church, and Women of the Church. 

2 Feeling that there la a deflaite relationship between the lack 
of ministers and the development of evangelism in the Synod of 
North Carolina, we would recommend that each Presbytery Com 
mlttee on Church Extension take every step necessary to challenge 
our young men to consider the ministry as their vocation. 

3 That the Synod encourage the Presbyteries to make a earful 
study of the existing churches and their proximity to one another 
with a view to posRlble consolidation and establishment of stronger 
churches with a more vigorous program In the aame study serloui 
consideration should be given to field alignments and the b«t pos 
sible use of ministerial leadership. (Attention Is called to the fact 
that In 1W2 a thorough study was made of the Church Extension 
program of the Synod, and that the results of those studlee an 
available for those who desire to consult them ) 

4 That the PresbytariM be •ncoarMvd to do everything pomilblt 
to enrl. h the development of lt§ ministers through retreata and 
study groups. 

5 That In answer to the Resolution adopted on the Isst day o( 
the meeting of Svn.Kl In 19fil (1»«1 Min*teM, page 48 K your Com 
mlttee respectfully Inf'.nns the Synod that the sub-oommlttee on 
Evangell.sm In consultation with nine Presbytery Chalnn« o( 
Evangelism, carefully consld-red the Resolution, and reported to 
the Executive Committee on Church Extension that It waa th. 
unanimous ciplnion of the committee and the Chairmen that th»- 
program of evangelism at the SynfKl level Is adequate by virtue of 
the fact that the program on evangelism Is devised and Imjflement 
ed by the Division of Evangelism of the Board of Church Extfcnslon^ 
and further that to attem|>t a greaUr degree of organisation and 
directl. n of evangelism at tbe Bjnoi levtl w..uld be unnecessary and 
undesirable, for the raa«>n that this is a matter which re<^ulre^ 
direct attention at the Presbytery and local church levels. In th*^ 
words of the sub-committee s report. *We know how to do M aach 
more than we are doing now that It Is embarraMlng." aad avi^ 

"Each of us Is aware that the mmt perfect prtHrrun Is no htUM 
tkan the wlIllngneM of the local minister and aewlon to pat It lata 
Bract tee' The Executive Committee coaenni with the sentiment 
expr«««4 herein, aad r«eamaMM* that Synod MHloraa this reply 
to th* lUMlutlon alteAai !•■ 



SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



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Segro Work 

6. That all churches and Church Extension Committees recognlie 
their responsibilities to Negroes, and seek to take action toward 
enabling the Negroes of .lur Synod to have the type of Christian 
opportunities that will help them to worship and grow spiritually 
In a manner In keeping with other areas of their Uvea. 

7. That all Churches, or Presbytery Church Extension Commit 
tees, which feel that there Is a need for an additional church In 
a Negro area, avail themselves of the services of our Assembly's 
Department of Negro Work In the way of surveys and advice in 
undertaking such work. 



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8. That local churches be encouraged to announce the ProttMtant 
Hour, the Sundny School of the Air. and Be SHU and Know pro- 
grams In their bulletins or local church newspapers each week or 
as frequently as possible, giving local sUtlons and broadcast times. 

9. That Presbyteries. Church Extension Committees, local Minis 
ters' Groups, and other groups or Individuals be reminded that Mr 
Daniel, cur TRAV Director, Is available for consultation, addi 
worksihops. and for other services. 



Otneral: 

10. That Synod express appreciation to the lioard of Church Bx- 
tension for the salary sustentatlon aid provided <>n the salaries of 
ministers In the atd-recelvlng Presbyteries and for the granta-lB-«ld 
In three of our Presbyteries In 1M2. 

11 That churches and Individuals be acquainted with the Per- 
inaneni Church and Manse Loan Fund, and that they be urged to 
contribute to the Fund, looking towards the attalnnoat of the goal 
of $2tK).00O. 

12. Tliat Synod adopt • budget for 1M3 for Church BxtensioB 
m the total amount of IS4.210. 

13. That Synod take cf^pitMnco of tho tM9 boqwtta f c rtfj by 
the Committee during the past twelve HiMtha. by apf^vprtete 

acknowledgementa; to wit, the beqaest from the will of the late 
Mrs. A. T McCallum. Red Springs, and that from the will of the 
late Mrs. EltsabHh C. Osborn. Greensboro. 



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Jaauary 1, !••! to December SI. 1»«1 



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Albembarlr 
Concord 
Payetterille 
Granrtlle 
KiDiCB Mountain 
Mecklenburg 
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Upkeep • 442.H 

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8«|| SJ8227 S.7S4.80 

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internet recelTed From Wharton BM^a 

Fund on SaTlnfs 
tirant from Board of Church Eilen«lon 

for Evanr*H«in Work „ ..™...„..... 

Grant from TRAV, PrwibyteriaB Chnrch 

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Total Income 



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Evangelism Conference Expenaes.. 114.72 

Suppf»rt to Public Relations Fvsd 10,477.78 

.Negro Work 

Public Relatlonii Radio and Televialon: 

Salary Director ,„..„ I0.0S8.20 

Rent for Director IJOO.OO 

Travel Allowance for Director 938. 57 

Frinite BenefltH for Director 430.61 

Secretary Allowance 2.544.07 

Office Equipment _ 1.389.78 

Social Secarity _...; SM.t2 

Miscellaneous 716.10 



4.200.09 
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Dr. BaroM •> nudWy 

Onctnal Loan 
Hjni<»l Rulldint Fund 

Orl«lnal Lmb 

TOTAL LOANS 

SE( t BITIEM AT PAB 

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OranU-ln Aid 

GBANII TOTAL PFRMANENT BESEBVE 
FlIVO INVESTMENTS fM.tlS.M t 4.M4.M 

P^miBMrnt Reaerre Pnnd — Balaarf MMeC 

Dtcember 31. 1961 

ASSETS 

Caah on I'epoult In Hartngt 

Lo^ns to «"hu'chea and Accrued l"tere«t 

Lnaa to Praahytarlaa Office Bulldtng Fund 

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Little WalchBMn Sti>rk 

Tt>TAL ASSETS 

rCNI> BALANCE 
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Interest Earned nti Loan* 

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Loan to Preaebrtartan Offlte Bulldtn* Fund ,.„.^ 

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Dcpt Suuday School Ext Worker ion |00 

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RvanRfUam I 1.0<n. t KOO 

Pubiir Relattona II.Oik' 11,000 

-Neicro Work I l.Ooo f 100 

KadJo-TV -- I 7.800 t 7.100 

Other Expena^: 

Commltt*^ I 1,000 t SOO 

Audit . 12S 2ftO 

Aniortisatloa Office Balldlnc 1.200 1.200 

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^1 VLMAKIZED: 

Mum^' Mlasiona 174.477 tOM^t 

Kvangeimn 1.000 !•• 

Public Relatlona -.— 11.000 11.000 

.NeRro Work -— l.OOO 100 

Radio- TV , 7.800 7.iO« 

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D- REI'ORT OF THE EXECUTIVE OOMllITTEE 
ON EOrCATlONAL INSTITUTIONS 

Rn. Wii-UAM C. BtNsrTT. Chairman 

I. PREUMIMARY STATEMENT: 

At im meeting on May 8. the Executive Committee suggested thai 
the foUnwlng paragraph, of Judge George Fountain • judgment 
rendered on Dec. 5. IWl. «n the St. Andrew^Paace Suit be raad t., 
the Synod: 

"That upon the filing of the Conaolldated Agreement with 
the Secretary of State of North Carolina on May 28. IfM. the 
separate corporate exiatence of Peace College. Inc.. termlBatad. 
and the new connolidated corporation, now St. Andrew* Pre» 
bnvrtan College, inc.. acquired all of the asaeta and propertiaa 
h^ by and belonging to Pe«:e College. Inc. subject to the 
right of the Fir»t Presbyterian Church of Raleigh to reanaume 
tnntrol and operation of Peace College 

•In the event that nald Flrat Preabyterlan Church shall be 
come unable to or nhall rease to operate auch a achool. it will 
• hereby relinquish all Its right of control of aald Pa««» College 
properiles and assets, and aaid properties and UMta shall 
thereuiHjn be transferred to St. Andrews Preabyterian College 
inc. for use In Its educational purpoaaa." 

Therefore, continuing «5oncern of the Synod with i^rda to Paa.f 
College will be exercised through St. Andrews Coll«|«: aa4. peril 
nent references to Peace College in the fatura will appear iwdar th*> 
St Andrews College m<mograph. ,-.- mi- . 

The complete deilslon of the court will appear in the IMl Mlnutr. 

uf Synod. 

II. CiKNKRAL riNANtTC: 

.%. fCducatloaai laatltatloas: 

In l»fil we r.'«elved $118 leas than In IMO for the cause of Bdu'd 
tional Institutions, a dacrwae of .04%. Tha budget asking W" < ' 
above 1960. We rtn^elved only 61% of what we asked "fjhe Pt'«'|'> 
(«rlcs (M% In lf*50) We received 7«% of what the Praabyt»rl.« 
accepted (M% In IMOI. By Presbyteriea this wms rct«^«d a- 
follows: 

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nary. I>avidBon. and Queens, whila thoae Institutions actually r*> 
reived ..nly $45,643.14 each Of the I2S5.0OO requested for the OoB- 
solldated College, only $1J9,.1«8 8B was received Of the total |fi26,* 
<)00 aaked for the support of all institutions In IMl, only I2M.SOO.C7 
was given. 

This year, we are reqaesting conservative amounta which should 
be met in full if Synod is to live up to Its raaponslbility to lu edu- 
rational institutions. 

R. Tlie 1956 rAm|Mii«n for Hi|cber Kdacatioa. 

We continue to receive payments on pledge*. Last year we recelv- 
.d $61,073. of which $62,260 was for St. Andrews College. Thus far 
this year we have received an additional $8.7»0 for the College 

III. R ecosM incadationa; 

tiuidance Cwatt'r: 
(It That lh« prayers of PresbyterianH of the Synod of North 
Carolina be earnestly solicited for the continued progr^a of 
the Preabytcrlan Guidance Center Prognun of the Synod. 
1 21 That the Synod express Ita appreciation to the Women of 
the Charcli of tk* S>nf>d of North Carolina for their significant 
efforta on beiuif of the Preabyterian Guidance Center 
(3> That the Synod express its appreciation to the Men of the 
Church of Um Synod of North Carolina for their cooperation In 
the Presbyterian Guidance Program. 
« • That the Synod urge that all churchee in the Synod of 
North Carolina thoroughly prepare their young penple through 
programs in the Imal church prior to the vlult of their young 
people to tlie Presbyterian Guidance Center ThI* pmparatlon 
Is outlined in deUll In Thr l'rr»hytrrian ()ui4mnr0 proffram 
Handhmfk and Is available from the n#|Mrtment of Christian 
Vocation. Box 1176. Richmond. Virginia. 
. ' That the Synod re^^mmetid that, effeetive September lf«2. 
chnrckcs which thoroughly prepare their young people will be 
give* appointment priority at the Presbyterian Guidance Center 
(t) That tb« Sjmod eaUbllah September 1963 as the date when 
all yoanc paepte attending the Preabyterian Guidance Center 
i«H»t be cerUAed by their lo<al churches as having been thor 
oughly prepared for their visit to the Guidance Canter. 
:> That the Synod realise that adequate orotnrtnnlties for tka 
t!aining of len ia ra In the local rhurrhes must be provided, and 
i»u«h a procTMB of laaderahlp training If recommended during 
the yiar 1HS41. It was hoped that this might be accomplished 
throng Isadera hlp aehoota and In other ways iMwtnnlng Sep^ 
tembet l»i2. The Commtttiw formally urged the Committee of 
Christian Bducation to make available appropriate opportunities 
for this leadership education 



The goal established at the time of tbe 1H» stady in Higher 
Kduca.ion. was set at $100.0©0 per InctltntkM. W* have '•»l«'nj«; 
short of that. For 1*61 . |!M».00fl each was requested for Union Pemi 



'II That Synod Uke cognisance of the retlretaent at the ctaaa of 
the 1MMN2 collie season of Dr Price Henderson Gwynn, Jr . 
Hean of St. Andrews Prsibyierian College, and go on record as 
expreaaing profound and testing gratitude for the creative iMd 
e^hlp which be baa tfvcn to the Presbyterian family of 
Churches In America la tbe ieid of ChHstlan Education and 
«-»pe< iaiiy for his long and devoted years of Bervic» to our own 
dennminatinn and institutions of higher learning It was with 



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profound regret that w« take not? of hl« offtclal retirement but 
look forward to many yeani of htn «-ontlnued Intereat In and 
wiKe rounsfl for the educational program of our church. 
(2» That the Budgets respectively f<»r Educational Institutions and 
the Guidance Center, as approved by Synods Council, be adopt- 
ed by Synod. 

I. COLLEGES AND UTS 

m. RKPORT OK TMK sriMX>VIMITTKK ON 8%'NO|y« 
KDICATIONAL INMTITI TION8 

Da. J. B«T.*!«T KiaitUANn, Chairman 

Th** four Institutions receiving Synods support are doing an out 
standing Job In performing their re-^pertlve miwions 4w ^t« the 
need for more adequate facilities and additional siafT iBMitari In 
attempting to meet the Instructional ne«dsi of an Increasing number 
of students. . ^ , ^^ 

The enrollment for next year It expected to surpass that of the 
current year. To maintain the quality of Instruction which charar 
teriEes these institutions, additional staff members mutt be employ 
ed The pr«"sent salsry schedule makes it difllcult for the Institu 
tions to compete with private and sUte supported colleges for highly 
competent faculty. 

The erection of additional buildings are among the urgent needs 
of the institutions A new dormitory and a Fine Arts Building 
are the most pressing needs at Queens, while a Library and a Ojnn- 
nasium are sorely seeded at Bt. Andrews. ..... 

There are more than «.©©• Presbyterian students In all inatitu 
tions of higher learning In North Carolina; and by 1»75 the Bomber 
will increase to 14.000. 

In Syitod ■ three Instltntlona there are 2.S86 stadenta of whom 
1.301 are Presbyterian. Union Theological Seminary reports f3» 

students. ... 

pTiMp«»cts for all Institutions next year indicate an acceleration 
of stadeni enrollments snd a need for both operating and capital 

funds support ^ „ . .. ^ 

Total endowments of Davidson. Queens, and St. Andrews exceed 
fl3.22«.ft4S and of Union The<ilogical Seminary tB.744,Sl». Plant 
evaluation of the three colleges In North Carolina Is flt.flft.VlT 
and f<r I'TS 12.721.205. Income In IMl of the three collegea wn- 
|3.S7t.2SC and for UTS 1704.046. Expenditures of the colli««« was 
|s!m7.S10 and for UTS |703.»«7. 

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SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA 



141 



2. MONOGRAPHS OF INSTITUTIONS 




SENIOR CX)LLK<JKN 

DAVIDSON <X)LI.E<iK. Davidson. North Caro- 
lina. David Crier .Martin. President The College 
la owned and controlled by the Trusties of Da- 
vidson College who are elected by Pn^sbyterlea 
in the Synod of North Carolina and by St. Johns 
and Everglades Presbyteries in the Synod of 
Florida and by Ashevllle Presbytery of Appala- 
chla Synod Founded in 1837. Men. 

Awiriiili Htandtnii: Member of the Associa- 
tion of American Colleges; the Southern Association of Colleges 
and Secondary Schools; the Southern University Conference; 
the National Conference of Church-Related Colleges; the Pres- 
byterian Educational Association of the South; and Is on the 
list of colleges approved by the Association of American Unl- 
versltles. Davidson has a Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. (Site of 
College: »77 ttudenta. •« Faculty Members (plus R.O.T.C. per- 
sonnel), 12 Administrative Offlcerat. 

l-tMinrUil: Book value of property. $7,767.53&: General and 
Scholarship Endowment. $10,637,243; for the college year end- 
ing June 30. 1942, the supporting church** of the Synod of North 
Carolina will have contributed $37,600 or 2.02 a of the ertuca 
tional budget of the Collac* according to an estimate based on 
payments so far this year. 

In this, Davidson's 126th Year, the college has pawed the 
$4,000,000 mark In lU flfttmi yew (1154 1971 t $2o. 600.000 de- 
velopment program. Davldaoa n««da a minimum of $14,600,000 
in capiUl funds during the l»40'i. The next decade will be both 
crucial and «hntl«nglng as the Instltntion works to make each of 
the next ISS jronra a vital and forward-looking chapter In Ita 
history as a strong. Presbyterian liberal arts college for l.ooo 
men. 

To quote from the 126th Anniversary report of the college. 
r>«vidson Invitee every Presbyterian In the Synod to help guaran- 
tee the reeervolr of faith and action whereby I>avldson must 
find 

"... the conrage to keep the development of the complete roan 
lla gonl. •twn when l.Of.n men clamor at its gate for the 27 B 
freshmen seats 

the mateHal rewards to hold and further strengthen Its fine 
faculty so that these men can continue to Are the minds and 
nMld the spirits of the Davidson Man 

. . the flenlblllty to shspe its curriculum to a changing clvUlia- 
tlon that probes the unlvers*-. from s minute corner of the mind 
to lh« vaat biacknisa of outer spaie 

... the wherewithal to moderalte its older facilities, giving them 
tho eonrMiienc«>t. the equipment, and the advantages so essential 
to the promotion of academic excellcncn. 

the ability to tttra the proximity of l^ke .Norman (Sf.fOO 



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SYNOD or NORTH CAROLINA 



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acrM» »n<l the proposed Florid.-Illinoi. IntenU.te highway Into 
Jultira" nd physic^ ben*.flt. th.t w.U M»rve the coUeire .nd th. 
state. 

the energy to more than double its endowment «^'thln the 
next ten yearfso that the college can OP^J*** «°,,»;'^,",';,';°;^ 
income- baais. Theae are the challengea of the 60 - «-haUenK«i 
as Ktave aa any that Oavldson faced In lU first 126 years, but 
with Te "elp It God. the«i new obstacles -»'' "^j "X^";* X> 
the vigor and dedication of its faculty and the loyalty of Mk 
friends, alumni, and Church constituency. 

Ol KK.NH CX>LLK«K. Charlotte. North Caro 
Una; Edwin R Walker. Ph. D.. President Th. 
colloK*" is own'Hl and controlled by the 8ynod> 
of North and South Carolina Founded 186. 
Academlr WaMUmc Four-year, fully accredit 
ed liberal arts college for women. College b 
a member of the Southi rn Association of Col 
leges and Secondary Schools, the American Coun 
ell on Education, the Presbyterian Fxluratlon A. 
«Klation of the South, the American A«K>clatl«n "' 7' "*'«-«„ *^*^ 
5Sierlcan Asaorlatlon of rnlTerslty Women, the Nat o„al Com 
mV^ion on Accrediting, the College Entrance Examination Board 
;nrth"eJon;ge Scholarship Service The Music I>;P*'-tnu.nt;^ 
■crnKlited by the National Association of Schools of Mus c and 
Tie Evening College Is a member of the National Association of 
Cnlverslty BTenlBf Collegia 

Mar of the <^le«*: Qutnt College will Increaae the 'r«»»»mar 
cl.M bv 40 to BolinKin.. which will bring the r^^^^lJ^T^ ' 
mi" figure, to 6fO in September l»«r Queen, ha. a cjr^'«» > 
worked out plan for the future coocornlng e«p««ton that will 
STable her to bear a part of the reapooslbllity for the Increasing 
S«lir of .todTnu'tLt will be eligible for enrollment In Instr 
■■tloi« of higher education The college also operates an adult 
education program and a summer Moalon 

KteanHal SUrtua: Tha college ha. operated on a b«|»need btjd^ 
gt^^Tr.. been free of debt since IfSS A"""' J"^,J^*' /j* 
Uve p..t MVOB year, .how contln.lng Prograw Ui »»•» lj« ^J^' 
figure waa Mt4.74» and th*. pr«wit flgora ta »} •J»»:"®.,, TJ; 
p".senl book valna of the property Is •PP™*?'"**^ f J/^^'^/^'ii*'. 
and the book value of the endowment '"^ 1««1<"«' P'r^f.f^'" '^ 
Jro.lma.ely t2.500.ooo During the past ^.l-^^"}^';"*'""' 'X 
individual, other than alumnae have totaled *\**/^^.Jj^Zl 
tlons have contributed 1200.000 Corporation, and ^"»n*7^"" 
cerns during the year have given $4S 5oo .'"'/.f «•""•• j^.j:; 
•OOtributed le.StM). religious denomln.tionr. •^♦••**- "JV^^^^' 
M«rc«. |2«.07« Th. total from the*- -.urc*.. of support •n»o"°^' 
iTlfOS.fSg Income from tuition, fees »nd ^ndowm^nt earning. 
are |7tf.2IS 

tunrm' Informalk*: The college la now in the second y*" «» 
the D«ia Seminar program Cnder this P^"" •"f **'; _^. 
d.ttonal college wAolarehlp. students of .upertor •^1 "ty are now 
partlrlpstlag la teitifaam which will allow them ''^, P"?»« •f^J^ 
ic.demic interet. in conlunctlon ''"h their regular ^^^^fj^ 
grama Queen. I. a college where IndlvldaallMMl Inrtroctlon 
work, and tntortal. are emi 




A new dormitory Is now under construction and will b« 5«*<*> 
for oJcupaacTtor the 1962-«S term. It will accomodate 108 stu- 

***The committee appointed by officers of th^ Sonthena Awocla- 
tion of CO lege, end Scondary School, visited Queen. College n 
October lief 7n connection with the faculty aelf-study of 1»«0- 
Jfu was said in a report by this vUltlng committee of educator, 
that "no ""can visit Queen. College without •*«•'« •"^"^ 
theercltement and aenae of anticipation that pervade the atmoa- 

^'ci^Jil'atte'Juorha. been given during the entire «..de«1c 
year of 19il-«2 to plan for Implementing the •«>'-«t"dy by ad- 
dWon.! ntenalye atidle. and by administrative '^tlon^ Much o, 
?he great value of the W!lf-.tudy ha. come through these follow- 
up procedures. 

8T. ANDRKWM PltKMIiV TKRIA^i €X>l.l.B<JK. 

Laurlnborg. North Carolina. Dr Ansley t^ 
Moore. President— Owned and supported by the 
Synod of North Carolina. Presbyterian Church. 
I's St Andrews, merger of Flora Mac Donald 
Preabyterlan Junior, and Peace College, opened 
lU door, on a new rampu. In Laurlnbarg Sep- 
tember 17, ll>«l. It Is a co-edncatlonal. liberal 
arta. four-year college 

Academic Htanrtlng: Fully accredited by the Southern Awocla- 
tlon oTTollegM and 8«-ondary Schools. It is an «M»«t°tlonal 
m^^r of thJ National A«.oclatlon of Schoola of Music "d holds 
m^JlS^rshlp in the .North Carolina College i'""'-;;"-: '^^tC A *- 
can Association of College., and the Presbyterian Kducatlon A. 
soclatton of the South. 

Currtclam. At the heart of St A««»'^''*«,f^'^*;"i;*'„,**"*'l;2I 
lies the Christianity and Culture »'|;««'*::\./»''* •*^f'hf' "^ "T^ 
required of all students provide. I « credit hours «" Jlstory^ re 
llglon. phllo«>phy. literature, and the »"• ?>»•»'»'«*- Vhi liJture^ 
by two teams of five profeeeor.. who make Me of the lecture- 

'•^'Ke'd'i;::^'^. olfer^l at St. A«lrew.^bach.lor of arts. 
bachelTr otmoZtm. and bachelor of mualc Major. Include Bible. 
^4tla» kSSKil. E«tll.h. Biology, ChemUtry. MathemajUj 
Hlator* Foreign L«it<«ase.. Education. Bo.lne... Home Eco- 
?o«f5.nJ MElc^SSrltlve progran.. »« «>«*«*«;^°« X"; 
ing and medical technology have been worked out with other 
institutions 

l>hy«k-«l I'lani. Fourteen bnlldlngs are used at the »rm»«ni 
time teTof them brand new as follows the liberal »rt. and 
iiTene. bnlldlng. the student center •'«J°1^»»*»^»7- .^ J? J* 
lB«. and the heating plant. Urgently needed are a "^^^ ^nUd- 
iS. the auditorium gymnasium the administration balldlng ead 
chapel 

Htuikmi Ker«llm.»i A total of iiO person, were •B'«»»^J' ®* 
Andrew. Preebyfrlan College during the «"< •'^f^f! *^ 
acadeoik: year 19«1 «2— III »•« »ad IIS women Some of thwe 
;Sl?!Sra pert-time b.^ eo that the loUl fell time equlTalent 
student enrollment wa. SI*. 



^^^ minttks of thk 

F-calty .nd Bt.ff. Twenty-«lx P«»opl- *re listed In the ■dmlnls- 
tratlTe group, and eliminating duplications. 69 more are nc»«Jed 

i'Vhe feach'n. faculty Six of the. «- '-JVJ/X^Trl^u'a^e 
ThMM D«oDle hold degree* from aome 35 llrat-claaa graauaie 
Tch^la^n order to%i eligible for profeaaorial rank a teacher 
;, ST. Andrew, must have at leaat the Masters ^-K^/ 

KIXAX<1AI. I'ltTlHK. Book >^*^«%o'»»;°Pf "];.•* •."•^^^^i 
General and Scholar-hip Endowment^ »«'»^?'^,/°; ^^ec^^^J 
months in this school year. September-Marcli. *« .^ave received 
anDroxlmately $81,000 from the Synod of North Carolina. The 
Total oSratng budget is $1,200,000 Under a recent decision 
by the^uieriJr CoJrt. Raleigh District, the property of Peace 
r«n.«» wM alren to 8t Andrews but the Income from the en- 
Sownfent was^glven ?o the First Preabyterlan Church of Raleigh. 
This mean, the lo«i of a •«b.t.nll.l.«m. which would other- 
wiM be available for the operational bodget of the college. 

"addition to the ten new batldlDfs mentioned above. St 
Andrew, w 11 have another men', dormitory ready by September. 
t?62 We h... had°o borrow $l.«7B.000 from the F^ederal gov^ 
ernment and 11.276.000 from bank, on .hort term notes. Thews 
obligation, are «.cured by 1»6« and »»«! A""^**' "l^*^,^". 
Our educational program i. being hampered at »»>• P^S^,^'™; 
by the lack of a library and a gymnasium We need $l.rO0.0OO 
In new money for theee two buildings. 

The Board of Tru.tee. ha. authorlied an increase in the en- 
rol menT from the present S20 to 930 for the coming college 
Jir ^ause of the Eeavy demand and because the college need, 
to move toward a more economical enrollrnent of 1000 to » 200^ 
Nearly 1000 applications have been received for a freshman claaa 

By 1»€6 the college expecta to have an aodltortom. a chapel. 
*n idmlnletratlon building, two more fo/J^'^^f,'**, "^. " Jn'. 
ditlon to the Student Center The cost of those buldlngs Is esU 
mated at $2,000,000 In new money. They are basic o the com- 
pletion of the original plan for the consolidated <-o>»f«*_^ 

The college must also match Its building «";«^"17*" T' ;,?/f„ 
dowment. This would mean that approximately $5.000.0.0 In 
endowment for tea. her Milartea. «-holan»hlp«. .tudy. travel and 
r«-search must b« added a. soon as possible. w^-tK 

To have the sort of program envisioned by the Synod of North 
Carolina at 8t Andrews, greater "''»'><•»»> •°PP«'l,f;°"*l! 
Synod It. churchee and Its members 1. ne«led T^f • >• "^ 
question about the demand for a co-ed ucatlonal »n«»«"»t'"n of 
this slw With continued support and Increased financial cob- 
Irlbuflolls. the et»llege can and will offer added strength, vigor 
and effectlveneaa to the total church program 

Jl'MOR fYlLUKim 
I'KACIK (XtLUBOB. Raleigh, North Carolina. Dr 
William C Preealr. Prwildent The First Presby- 
terian Church of Raleigh. North Carolina r^ 
ueamed membership and control of Peace Col- 
lege on Jane l" If €2 For some months a com- 
mittee from the Sewilon of the Raleigh First 
Prwibvterlan Church, compoiwd of Mayor \M1- 
llam Enloe. Chairman. Mr Brookes Peters and 
Mr J C Little, hu be«i actively at work In making P«»n" 'or 
the change In own^frtlp. A new Board of Trustee., composed of 



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;< men and women, has been appointed Mr Micou Browne. 
President of the Occidental Life Insurance Company of Raleigh 
is Chairman. .Mr. Karl O. Hudson. Jr of Raleigh Is Vice Chairman, 
;ind Dr. William C Preaaly. President of Peace is Secretary- 
Treasurer. A Peace College of Raleigh Foundation of twelve haa 
also been organised as ha. a Board of Visitor, of 26 of which 
Mra. Robert Wyatt of Raleigh Is Chairman. The school was found- 
• d in 1S57 and opened In 1872. It Is a woman's college offering 
two years of college and two years of high school 

Arademlr Ht«ndlB|c: College is a member of the Southern As- 
sociation of Collegia and Secondary Schools. The American As- 
niM'latlon of Junior Colleges, The Southern Association of Collexea 
for women, and the North Carolina College Conference. . 

Sise uf the Collene: 349 atudenU (313 regular. 36 part time) 
Faculty — 1* full time. 6 part time. Staff — 9 full time, 6 part 
lime. 

KlnaarUI: 1962 value uf property $SOO,000.00 no debta Gen- 
eral endowment — Inventory value $466,000.00. market value 
1646. 766. 75. The College operated In 1961-62 with a inod.st 
xurplus which will be put Into permanent improvements 

The College completed Its ninetieth year on .May 2*7. 1962 

The quality of academic work was good In admitting a stud«*nt. 
several factor, were taken Into consideration: (1) her scores 
on the Scholastic Aptitude Test of the College Rxamlnation Board 
(2t her high school record. (3) her reference reports, (4> her 
church Interest, her seriousness of purpose, and her general prom- 
ise of growth For the 1961-62 schfwl there were practically thr«M' 
appllcanta for each boarding space available 

Peace is constantly striving to secure a faculty of outstanding 
academic ability, who appreciate thorough scholarship, and who 
have a certain sympathy with and understanding of student prob- 
!»>ins. most of whom are Presbyterians, and all of whom vm mem- 
i»ers of aome evangelical denomination and genuinely interested 
in promotion of the cause of Christianity 

Peace College Is striving to promote a real program of Christian 
i'ducatlon The Administration and Faculty are planning such a 
!>rogram largely by means of Chapel, Bible, and the classroom 
in geawal. A course in "Christian Beliefs" was added r«eeatly. 
Alao atBee student cooperation Is essential, the Poae* Htadent 
Christian Association takes the lead In encouraging students to 
participate In all religious programs In the school and In the local 
hurch fellowship groups which students are urged to attend 
Ten or fift(!«n .tadenta are thinking seriously of entering active 
Christian M^rvice. Consideration la given in planning the r»> 
IIkIous program at Peace to the fact that a large number of P««e« 
irlrls will be home-makers and will have an opportunity of train- 
ing their children in the Christian faith as well as serving them- 
««lvea in the many phases of the local church work 

f>ne of the high lights of the schcwl year was a gift of $.100. 
iMt (10 from Mr and Mrs Orover M Hermann of Chicago. Illl- 
ntils In March 1962. Mr. Hermann Is president of the Martin- 
Marietta Corporation and has many huelnena connections »om«' 
•f which (The Superior Stone Crnnpanyt are In North Carolina 
vir Hermann's gift Is to he used to build a Student Center to be 
honored with hi. name The Student Center will constat of ap> 



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..,«,«m»»*Jv 15 000 Muare feel and will house « lymnMlui. 
r;°mmr.^rPo^l "^ -tu^^nt •^'^-^y '^ "" Building Com mitt.. 
!^th Mr WUlUm ROM of Raleigh m Chairman haa been actlv.h 
:?*ij;k and hop*^^ h.T. the* building available by March 1 
19fi3. 

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1812 




1961 



SESaiJlCENTEKNlAL 



UNION THKOUMJICAL HKMIXARY IN VIR«IMA. Rlohnu.n 
Vlr.lnliVapeeincally related to and under the control of h. 
siSdi of A?S*chla North Carolina. Virginia, and W^t \.r 
rfmr^ Tru,t!L are nominated to the Board by th«^ 8yn.|d^ 
Kder cor"rtt!on law of th.- Commonwealth of Virginia the e .. 
tlon of Trustee, I. vwl^d in the Trustee. them«.W«i. but th. 
TruateU elect only per«on« •MUlnated by the Synod. 

IV^. of he four theoUl«lciU w-mlnarie. of tb^ Pr.-.byterli.: 
ihtroS fn the Unltid SUt-T Inlon Theological Seminary r*gu 
l.T.«tmlu ti tJr(S?er.i A—mbly of tb. Church a report 
on Ita work a* Information 

Tni»t«><>» and AdmlBtetratIo* 

Ttarateve been two ine.tlng. of the Tni.t.e. ''"f*"^ ^J^fJ"; 
in tlTJlSSiarge of their reeponalblllty to glire general overrtght 

toa. W..1 VlrilnU. r»pl««4 Howwd R KUnMmmft. »1 

STrlng the".«r .h. Reverend W Robert Mart.n. J*^ J" ^-f^. 
to thi admlBlatrallre .taff of the 8«mlnary a. AMlatant o h 
PrildeS" Mr Martin, primary r«pon.lbllltle. »«" «^ «« »^* 
rr^1rr.er«Uln« .n.n for lb. minl-try by -f "J^T, ^^V" 
rf.nl. oB coltece and unlvfrnlty camptt.*>.. by g«Mrai coip«T» 

flTwlth ur(i»mm«. on -»»»•»-*•» ^'''-•i'-;U\V':ilo« 
PreahrterlM to the conaUtuent Synod., by pUnning of 'Of*"o»* 

J sr.rth"i'<Si<:;*oriir<ri^^ 

•ganu of our el.ter .emlnarte. who ha^e wmelhJng of the *mn> 
r«apoB.tblllty 



Affair* 

During the acwlemlr F«r tSt atudent. ^V*^ ••^>««^' 
tbe »«mrnary They hatr. eom« 'roni 10 ^^^^'^J^'lJ'^, 
byterlna Church, l S from U Brnoda; from 2S alMea Ma »" 



District of Columbia; and from 8 foreign countriea. Elghte«n 
denomination., other than the Presbyterian Church. U.S. arc 
represented in the student body. One hundred and .eventy-sevsn 
literary institutions provided the collegiate and univsrslty back- 
ground for students enrolled 

It Is expected that In May 19t2 the Seminary wilt award de- 
grees as followa — two Th.D. degrees; 13 Th.M dagresa; to 
Bachelor of Divinity degrees; and two diplomas. Most of the 
men who graduate will proceed Immediately to the parish mlnla- 
try. to mtMton aervice, or to military chaplaincies Approximate- 
ly ten men will continue their studlea In graduate .cbool. here or 
elsewhere looking toward advanced theological degrees. 

Knrollmrat and R4>rraltlBK 

It should be noted that the enrollment of the Seminary for 
the year Is down approximately 10%, with the major d«H-line In 
the numbar of atadaata la the Jaalor Clasa. Thi. de<itne has 
taken plaea at a time whaa canaral aamlnary enrollment over 
the country appears to have stablllted after several year, of pro- 
greaalve decline. Moreover, the enrollment of new .ludenta at 
Union Samlnary I. down at the time when an Incraaae, In one tn- 
.taaca dramatic, obtains In some of our sister .emInarieH with- 
in the Presbyteriaa Church. U.S. At leaat two factors rontrtbute 
to thi. condition: an Inadequate program of recruiting men for 
the minlatry on the part of the Seminary; and a curriculum pro- 
gram which requires Greek of all new student* matriculating 
aa candidates for the B D degn e 

With reference to the program of recruiting. Union Seminary 
ha. engaged in an enterprise during the year which iieek. to 
aerve the several Preebyterie* in thrir responsibilitie. for ra- 
cruttment The Chareh at the local and preabyterial level ha. 
not confronted youag people with the mi